Margot Robbie's skincare routine costs $1054. Here's how to dupe it for $77.

Margot Robbie is everywhere at the moment, and rightly so, with the release of the biggest movie of the year currently bracing our screens. 

On social media it would be hard to miss the overwhelming amount of reels, TikTok and images of her gracing red carpets and doing press for the Barbie movie, constantly dressed up in character and looking fabulous

Many keen fans have also noticed Robbie's glowing and flawless skin during this press tour, and now we can finally copy her no-fuss beauty routine for a slightly lower price tag.

Watch: Margot Robbie shared how she physically prepared herself for the Barbie movie. Post continues below.

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In a recent article with Vogue UK, Robbie claimed she is "anal-retentive" when keeping her skin clean, mainly because she often has to wear many layers of makeup. She then went on to share her entire at-home skincare routine, including the exact products she uses to keep her skin glowing.

So let's look at what she uses and how you can achieve the same results for less.


Robbie said she's currently using a cleanser from Lancer called The Method Cleanse ($66.50). This is a lightly foaming, gentle cleanser containing salicylic acid and other great hydrating ingredients. 


Robbie also shared that she wears makeup to the airports because of paparazzi; however, always immediately takes it off when she's on the plane. To be honest, it sounds like a lot of effort — but each to their own!

When she's travelling, Robbie prefers to reach for the Peter Thomas Roth Complexion Correction Pads ($47.95) —another salicylic acid cleanser/exfoliator in a handy travel-safe tub.

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Salicylic acid (or a BHA) cleansers are an excellent option for people who want to keep their skin as clear as possible, as it's an ingredient that really helps dissolve oil and dirt trapped in your pores (which can make them appear larger).

If you want to give it a go yourself, you can pick up this CeraVe Blemish Control Cleanser, which will only set you back $18.99 and help keep any breakouts and blackheads at bay.

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However, if you're looking for handy cleansing pads to take on the go, Kmart's new skincare line has recently released a tub of 90 salicylic acid cleansing pads for just $6, giving you the same result for a lot less!


Regarding moisturisers, you can pay anywhere from about $5 to thousands of dollars, depending on your budget. 

Margot Robbie certainly doesn't disappoint with her moisturiser of choice. At a whopping $795, Robbie's daily moisturiser of choice is none other than the La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Cream. This cream is said to be ultra-firming, lifting and nourishing due to its advanced caviar extract and Bauhaus-designed jar.

While a product inspired by the serenity of Swiss lakes is highly appealing, the price tag is not. Thankfully, The Inkey List has a fabulous rich Peptide Moisturiser ($31.66), which you can pick up for a fraction of the cost. 

Similar to the more expensive La Prairie option, it's also enriched with powerful peptides and nourishing ingredients to help firm and lift your skin.

Image: Cult Beauty.



As a frequent flyer, it's no surprise Robbie loves a mist. Travel-size facial mists are the ultimate travel hack for keeping your skin hydrated and nourished, while you're at 50,000 ft — you can spray and go whenever you feel like an instant pick-me-up. 

Robbie said she loves Aesop Immediate Moisture Facial Hydrosol ($30), which smells delightful. She also loves the Caudalie Beauty Elixir ($76), which is a celebrity favourite do-it-all product delivering glowing skin and hydration. You can even use it to set your makeup.

But if you're after the gift of glowing grape skin for less, you grab Caudalie Grape Water for just $14 and go crazy misting your face all day long.


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This will help soothe, refresh and moisturise your face between skincare layers or when your skin is extra thirsty.

Face masks.

To prep her skin for makeup and events, Robbie said her makeup artist Pati Dubroff uses Skin111 Rose Gold Brightening Masks ($39) on her face. These face masks are an intense brightening and hydrating treatment infused with colloidal gold and a famous peptide referred to as 'an injectable in a bottle'.

Sheet masks are a fantastic way to instantly hydrate your skin and give you a glowing glass skin look pre-event, which is why you should also always have on hand a few of the Dr LeWinn's Eternal Youth 24k Gold Sheet Masks ($6.99). 


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At a fraction of the cost, you too can be red carpet ready in just 15 minutes with this gold and peptide-infused face mask.

And there you have it!

Have you tried any of the above products? What do you think of Margot Robbie's skincare routine? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

Feature Image: Supplied; Amelia Gartner.

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