She may start work at the crack of dawn but This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby always looks on point when she graces our screens at 7am.
However, even she'll be the first to admit that she takes a pared back approach to her beauty regime.
Proving that she really is just like us (yes, really), Holly admitted to the : "I fully admit that I'm not the world's best at taking off my make-up.
"I'm so sorry it's true the only thing that saved my life is a few years ago when the invention of beauty wipes happened.
"Now I don't care what you beauty types are gonna talk to me and say 'they're so bad for your skin', I don't care."
Her wipes of choice? This Works in Transit No Traces Cleansing Pads.
The TV starlet also recently shared one of her go-to beauty tips for achieving smooth, glowing skin - and you're going to want to get your pens at the ready.
Speaking to Red Magazine, Holly revealed that she gleaned some beauty advice from beauty boss, Liz Earle, the woman behind her self-eponymous brand known and loved for its Hot Cloth Cleanser.
Holly explained that Liz advised her to indulge in milk baths. Yes, you read that right.
"She [Liz] made a milk bath for Mother’s Day (she got that old school dried milk powder (like your nan used to bring on holiday to put in your tea) and dried rose petals covered in lots of rose and lavender essential oils, and mixed in with the milk powder. Then you just take a scoop and put it in your bath to make a milky bath - it’s so soft!", she said.
How very Cleopatra.
Mariah Carey just revealed she bathes in milk (of course she does...)
The curious beauty tip comes after she shared her ultimate hack for looking bright-eyed first thing.
The Diet Coke ambassador revealed: "I swear by heating up eyelash curlers with a hairdryer first because it makes your eyelash curl stay longer."
This makes so much sense! Do you know anyone who does this?
Holly's makeup artist, Patsy O'Neill, also shared what she uses to beautify the Dancing On Ice presenter - and her secret weapon happens to be The SPF15 Serum Foundation by The Ordinary, which costs just £5.70.
The foundation is super lightweight with medium coverage serum and is crafted from colour pigments suspended in The Ordinary’s proprietary ‘spreadability system’.
This unique formulation allows the pigments to look natural on the skin, stay on for longer and resist collecting within lines, making it perfect for desk-to-dancefloor beauty looks.