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Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge’s Skincare Secrets: Shop Kate Middleton's Favorite Products!

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge always has perfect skin, pregnancy glow or not! As we wait for the birth of Royal Baby #2, we're taking a look at the former Kate Middleton's skincare secrets. Read on to learn more about Kate's luxe skincare routine and click the photo above to shop.

1. Karin Herzog Professional Cleansing ($45)
Kate is a fan of this cleansing gel and makeup remover, which is formulated with sesame oil and pure essential oils. It's recommended for heavy makeup users - so Kate's skin can recover after getting flashbulb-ready!

2. Karin Herzog Vita-A-Kombi 1 ($75)
This anti-aging treatment - used morning and evening after cleansing - combines active oxygen, retinol and Vitamin E to normalize and detoxify the skin while reducing lines and wrinkles.

3. Karin Herzog Oxygen Face ($65)
This daily treatment has a high concentration of oxygen to neutralize bacteria, eliminate toxins and clear acne. Bonus: it's safe for pregnant women like Kate!

4. Heaven Black Label Bee Venom Mask ($322)
Kate reportedly tried out Heaven's luxe signature product at the advice of her mother-in-law Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and became hooked. This unusual product - which features a patented bee venom ingredient and is unsafe for anyone with bee allergies - has become known as a natural alternative to Botox.

5. Heaven Age Defiance Cream ($158)
After becoming a fan of the Bee Venom Mask, Kate started trying other treatments from the label. Used in the morning after cleansing, this super-effective anti-aging moisturizer contains Vitamins B and C and Tea Tree Oil to reduce lines and wrinkles, acne, rosacea and scar formation.

This article originally appeared on fashionnstyle.com 

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