Love Island Uma Jemmah’s £10 ‘Glowy Skin’ Moisturiser Is Already A Celebrity Favourite

Victoria Beckham and Molly-Mae swear by it, too.

by Marina Avraam |
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Love Island 2024 is officially underway, and we're already influenced. Apart from delivering hours of entertainment and drama, Love Island is also the source of fashion and beauty inspiration, galore. From Gemma Owens famous 'X' necklace, to Samie Elishi's £19 Sol de Janeiro spray, one thing's for certain - if it's on Love Island, it's likely to go viral - and fast.

This year is no different, and one Islander turning heads is 23 year-old Uma Jammeh, whose glowy skin and perfect makeup has already left fans in a chokehold. 'Uma’s makeup is so good OMG' one user Tweeted, while another said 'Look at how glowy Uma's skin is'. Naturally, fans were left wondering Uma's secret to glowy skin (other than great genetics) - and we finally have the answers.

On last night's episode, we caught a glimpse into the girl's glam room, where Uma Jammeh and Grace Jackson were both spotted using the Weleda Skin Food, £10.47 as the base of their make-up. The viral multipurpose cream can be used a moisturiser, skin salve or primer, and has been a celebrity favourite for years. Victoria Beckham (who insists on using the moisturiser on her models backstage) Molly-Mae Hague and Love Island All Star's Molly Smith are amongst the never-ending laundry list of celebs who swear by the 'miracle moisturiser' - and we can totally see why.

Shop the affordable, intensely hydrating moisturiser below.

Shop: Weleda Skin Food

Marina Avraam is the Deputy Commercial Content Editor for Grazia. Hobbies include (but not limited to) finding the best designer dupes, buying every iteration of the adidas gazelles and listening to celeb podcasts every hour of every day.

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