This radiance-boosting serum rivals Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop Glow but is 16 times cheaper!

Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop Glow dupe can help make your complexion dewy, glowy, and bright but at a fraction of the hefty price tag

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A Goop Glow dupe with the same incredible radiance-giving properties as Gwyneth Paltrow's brand's serum is available and costs 16 times less. Ready yourselves, because this product may well be a game-changer.

The Goop boss is a walking advertisement for the product and proves that spending time, and money, on your skincare is an absolute must.

Alongside must-have items like the best retinol cream and the best facial sunscreen, experts assert that a vital part of every skincare routine is a trusty serum. Goop Glow is one of the brand's many popular products, with many skin-boosting properties, including vitamin C and hyaluronic acid but it's certainly a tad pricey!


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GOOPGLOW 20% Vitamin C + Hyaluronic Acid Glow Serum, $125 (£103.60) (opens in new tab) | goop

Containing active ingredients of Australian Kakadu plum, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin C - this product is a total game-changer. 


The best vitamin C serums, of which there are many, are multi-beneficial when it comes to boosting your complexion. They're lauded for being ultra-effective skin protectors, that serve as tone and texture boosters as well as fighting the common issue of pigmentation. They're also a brilliant go-to for most as even the most powerful form of vitamin C, ascorbic acid, suits almost all skin types and thus is less likely to cause irritation.

Although acid might sound scary, incredibly, a single molecule of hyaluronic acid, the other ingredient in this product, can hold up to 1000 times its own weight in water - which means it's a must-have for hydrated skin.

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Skincare ingredients like the ones in Goop glow are accessible to most skin types, but at $125 (£103.60) - the price tag isn't quite as accessible.

Although it doesn't feature on the list of our beauty team's best The Ordinary products, The Ordinary Vitamin C Suspension 23% + HA Spheres is a Goop Glow dupe that can't be ignored.

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The Ordinary Vitamin C Suspension 23% + HA Spheres, $7 (£6) (opens in new tab) | The Ordinary

Containing a concentration of 23% L-ascorbic acid, which is vitamin C in its pure form, and 2% dehydrated spheres of Hyaluronic Acid - this product delivers results, at an affordable price.


Not only is it a worthy contender for a Goop Glow dupe, but it also costs 16 times less - an undeniable benefit of the product!

Aoife Hanna
Aoife Hanna

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