Celebrity facialist shares the five budget beauty products she swears by for glowing summer skin


Celebrity facialist shares the five budget beauty products she swears by for glowing summer skin – and NOTHING costs more than $20

  • Celebrity facialist Ingrid Seaburn owns a salon in Sydney’s Bondi Beach
  • She has worked on a number of clients in LA and Pip Edwards back at home
  • Ingrid recommended five inexpensive products to get through summer months 

Ingrid Seaburn treats the faces of Australia’s rich and famous at her upscale Bondi salon

The celebrity facialist behind Pip Edwards and Bambi Northwood Blyth’s radiantly youthful complexions has revealed the five budget products she swears by.

Ingrid Seaburn treats the faces of Australia’s rich and famous at her upscale Bondi salon.

The former Los Angeles-based beauty guru, who boasts a star-studded client book, praised the likes of Sukin and Palmers brands for their skin-loving products at an affordable price point.

While she encourages clients to save up and spend on retinol and vitamin C, there are a number of products that will work effectively without the hefty price tag.

‘The most important part of summer beauty at any age is sun protection: Always best to look for zinc or titanium oxide-based coverage and re-apply often,’ Indrid told FEMAIL.

‘I love Sukin Tinted Sunscreen. It has an SPF30 broad spectrum and most importantly all-natural physical Zinc based coverage that actually looks smooth and flawless. 

‘Comparable to more expensive brands that boast a natural formula at under $20 it is a great buy.’

Her second recommendation is an exfoliator to slough away a build-up of oil, bacteria, and dirt.

Sukin Tinted Sunscreen

An inexpensive enzyme-based exfoliant by Palmers called the Purifying Enzyme Mask is half the price of most department store brands and will absolutely do the trick

The former Los Angeles-based beauty guru, who boasts a star-studded client book, praised the likes of Sukin and Palmers brands for their skin-loving products at an affordable price point

An inexpensive enzyme-based exfoliant by Palmers called the Purifying Enzyme Mask is half the price of most department store brands and will absolutely do the trick. 

‘The enzyme mask uses papaya enzyme, a natural way to chemically dissolve dead skin cells without overspending,’ Ingrid said.

To retain moisture in the skin as we draw closer to summer Ingrid recommends using a moisturiser with hemp seed oil for its anti-inflammatory properties. 

‘My favourite body product this summer is Freshwater Farm Hemp Seed Body Wash to add a little oil to the shower routine to seal in soft skin vibes. Great for saving time and money,’ she said.

'My favourite body product this summer is Freshwater Farm Hemp Seed Body Wash to add a little oil to the shower routine to seal in soft skin vibes. Great for saving time and money,' she said

For serums that pack a punch - on a budget - Ingrid loves The Ordinary with niacinamide and zinc

‘My favourite body product this summer is Freshwater Farm Hemp Seed Body Wash (left) to add a little oil to the shower routine to seal in soft skin vibes. Great for saving time and money,’ she said

'We forget to apply SPF and there is a lot of talk about exfoliating lips which is not useful. You don't have to spend to protect. I like Lip balm SPF 50 by Dermal Therapy . Not expensive and will save your lips from UVA/UVB damage,' she said

‘We forget to apply SPF and there is a lot of talk about exfoliating lips which is not useful. You don’t have to spend to protect. I like Lip balm SPF 50 by Dermal Therapy . Not expensive and will save your lips from UVA/UVB damage,’ she said

For serums that pack a punch – on a budget – Ingrid can’t go past The Ordinary with niacinamide and zinc.

Those two active ingredients will improve your skin’s natural immune defence to UV.

‘Not expensive and easy to use. A great alternative for saving pennies,’ she said.

Last but not least Ingrid urges not to forget your lips this summer.

‘We forget to apply SPF and there is a lot of talk about exfoliating lips which is not useful. You don’t have to spend to protect. I like Lip balm SPF 50 by Dermal Therapy. Not expensive and will save your lips from UVA/UVB damage,’ she said.

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