The Face Oil the New Princess of Wales Has Relied on for

For years Kate Middleton’s every move has been chronicled in countless articles, from what she wears to what she eats for breakfast, everyone wants to know all the details of the newly named Princess of Wales’ routine. One product that has been a staple in her beauty regime is Beuti Skincare Beauty Sleep Elixir ($70), her all-natural secret to glowing skin.

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Face oils can be tricky because they don’t all do the same thing. Some are better for hydrating while others are better for brightening or reducing redness. What’s great about Beauty Sleep Elixir is that it really does all of these things and gives you luminous skin seemingly over night without having to really think about it.

The idea is that using the elixir overnight allows its natural blend of 14 different plant based oils—including a Caribbean coral extract that has anti-inflammatory properties and sandalwood nut kernel oil that is said to help prevent collagen and elastin break down—to work while you sleep when your skin is in its faster renewal mode (research shows skin cell regeneration almost doubles at night). Use the fast absorbing, non-greasy formula on skin in the twilight hours, or in the morning under makeup, too. No matter when you use it, the light formulation helps fight blemishes and leaves skin smoother and noticeably brighter.

The brand has followed up its success of the sleep elixir with a Pomegranate Glow Enzyme Cleanser, which was introduced to Kate by Beuti Skincare founder Leila Aalam while she was pregnant. “I recently hand-delivered a box of products to Kensington Palace myself,” Aalam told People. “The pomegranate enzymes act like a gentle glycolic acid to exfoliate and renew, which is perfect for Kate’s skin right now.”