Television presenter Holly Willoughby manages to look radiant on camera every morning during her demanding spot as co-host of the popular This Morning programme with Philip Schofield.
Her make-up artist has revealed that at least part of her glow is thanks to a Kildare company's popular moisturiser, which sells for €48.
Patsy O'Neill posted a collection of products on Instagram which included Newbridge-based company Pestle & Mortar's Hydrate lightweight moisturiser.
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‘‘Twas great to be back with this Sheila today @hollywilloughby on the @thismorning train Enjoying these new products and a few oldies in the mix ...... @bamfordjournal body cream / @coverfx Custom enhancer Drops/ @pestleandmortarcosmetics hydrate light moisturiser/ @aureliaskincare botanical essence/ @drlipp lip balm original/ @lilylolouk Eyeshadow shade shy away/ @delilahcosmetics take cover cream concealer/ @inikaorganic baked mineral foundation/ @byterryofficial touché veloutee concealer/ @hourglasscosmetics brow fix / @lilylolouk Big lash Mascara/ @ctilburymakeup Rock n kohl / @korresuk raspberry twist lipstick #makeupartist #makeupproducts #makeupbypatsy #backintheroom #newproducts #hollywilloughby #makeupantics
Pestle & Mortar was founded by Kildare woman Sonia Deasy in 2015, and her self-developed skincare solutions have become a runaway success story which are now sold across the US and Europe. She runs the now-international company from its base at Cutlery Road, Newbridge, with her husband, well-known photographer Padraig Deasy, and the couple also have five children.
The moisturiser blends a mix of patented peptides, naturally moisturising ingredients, including jojoba and squalane, plus powerful antioxidants including pomegranate, green tea and Vitamin E help fight free radicals, plus reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and acne scarring.