Kate Middleton's organic rosehip face oil is the secret to her glowy skin—and it's finally on sale for Amazon Prime Day

Kate Middleton's organic rosehip face oil is a staple in the Duchess of Cambridge's skincare routine

Kate Middleton's organic rosehip face oil is a staple in the Duchess of Cambridge's skincare routine (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo - Pool/Getty Images)
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Kate Middleton's organic rosehip oil has long been a must-have in the royal icon's makeup bag—and it's finally on sale. 

For almost a decade now, royal fans have been desperate to find out the secret behind Kate Middleton’s signature beauty look—and it looks like they might be getting a little closer to cracking the code. 

The Duchess of Cambridge is known for her flawless complexion, stepping out with enviable skin wherever she goes. And while you might be forgiven for thinking she's just blessed with good genes, it turns out that the future Queen of England doesn't wake up red carpet ready. 

Like many of us, she gets a little help from some trustee beauty products to achieve her look—one of which has finally gone on sale. That's right, Kate Middleton's organic rosehip face oil is 20% off for Amazon Prime Day, meaning you'll pay just £19.50 to recreate the Duchess's radiant glow. 

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

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The product in question is none other than Trilogy's Certified Organic Rosehip Oil, which sells once every 20 seconds. According to US Weekly, the Duchess is known to dab the stuff on her cheeks every morning before she embarks on her public engagements. 

“Kate continues to use rosehip oil in her daily skincare regiment," a source close to the Duchess told the publication. "She loves the effect is has on her skin. [Her mother] Carole is also a fan.”

What are the benefits of rosehip oil? 

Rosehip oil is known for its ability to add radiance, improve moisture levels and smooth fine lines and wrinkles. It also has a low comedogenic rating of 1, meaning it's unlikely to clog your pores. 

"Rosehip oil has proved extremely popular with our customers due to its abundance of vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids, which may help to hydrate dry skin,’ Hannah Moffitt, Holland & Barrett Nutritionist tells us. “The oil is also high in vitamin C, which is needed to produce collagen, a naturally occurring protein found in the body which can help support the elasticity and flexibility of the skin."

Kate Middleton at the G7

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"Our customers often choose oils as part of their skincare routine as they tend to be non-greasy and light, absorbing into skin rapidly to provide optimum moisture,' Moffitt adds. "This means they're great for multiple uses, from a deep hydrating treat last thing at night, to keeping your skin's moisture levels topped up on-the-go.”

Thinking of adding rosehip oil to your winter skincare routine? Us too. If it's good enough for a Duchess...