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The most popular beauty products in the WORLD revealed

The best-selling beauty products in the world have been revealed, including a cult mascara that sells every two seconds and a facial oil beloved by the Duchess of Cambridge.

The beauty experts at Beauty Heaven shared the five products that are flying off the shelves right now, and why they have become staples in women’s makeup bags around the world.

Top of the best-selling list is Maybelline’s Great Lash mascara, which costs just $6.50 and sells every two seconds globally – or more than 40,000 per day.

The best-selling beauty products in the world have been revealed, including a cult mascara that sells every two seconds (Maybelline’s Great Lash pictured in use)

The budget tube has long been a favourite of celebrities, thanks to the fact that it gives users 'long, fluttery lashes' without any clumps (Maybelline's Great Lash pictured)

The budget tube has long been a favourite of celebrities, thanks to the fact that it gives users ‘long, fluttery lashes’ without any clumps (Maybelline’s Great Lash pictured)

The budget tube has long been a favourite of celebrities, thanks to the fact that it gives users ‘long, fluttery lashes’ without any clumps.

Online, it boasts a five star rating, where many have described it as their ‘desert island beauty product’.

‘I love this! It stays put for days unless I use oil-bases makeup remover,’ one reviewer wrote.

Another beauty product that sells similarly well is Weleda's Skin Food moisturiser, which is similarly cheap and costs just $14.95, but delivers an intense hit of hydration that is perfect for the winter months (pictured and pictured in use)

Another beauty product that sells similarly well is Weleda's Skin Food moisturiser, which is similarly cheap and costs just $14.95, but delivers an intense hit of hydration that is perfect for the winter months (pictured and pictured in use)

Another beauty product that sells similarly well is Weleda’s Skin Food moisturiser, which is similarly cheap and costs just $14.95, but delivers an intense hit of hydration that is perfect for the winter months (pictured and pictured in use)

Another beauty product that sells similarly well is Weleda’s Skin Food moisturiser, which is similarly cheap and costs just $14.95, but delivers an intense hit of hydration that is perfect for the winter months.

Among the many celebrity fans is former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham, who said she has used the product for years on her face and body to help prolong a tan. 

‘I haven’t spoken about this product for quite a long time, but I really like it – especially at this time of year when I’m trying to prolong the tan I got over the summer,’ Victoria previously posted on her Instagram page. 

‘Your skin can go super super dry, so this is really great. 

‘It keeps your skin so hydrated and moisturised. It’s really, really thick and I love how it feels all over the body – it’s a really great product.’

Elsewhere in the skincare market, former beauty editor and guru Zoe Foster-Blake's popular 'Transformazing' sheet masks sell one every 10 seconds (pictured)

Elsewhere in the skincare market, former beauty editor and guru Zoe Foster-Blake’s popular ‘Transformazing’ sheet masks sell one every 10 seconds (pictured)

Elsewhere in the skincare market, former beauty editor and guru Zoe Foster-Blake’s popular ‘Transformazing’ sheet masks sell one every 10 seconds.

For just $9 at Mecca, users get the luxury of an at-home facial that transforms dull and de-hydrated skin in mere minutes.

‘Wow wow wow,’ one reviewer posted.

‘I’ve bought some masks in my time from high to low, this is amazing! It is now a permanent into my weekly routine!’

Others praised it for giving their skin a new lease of life before a big event.

Bioderma's Sensibio Micellar Water (pictured) for $29.99 is a global best-seller, retailing one bottle every three seconds around the world and selling among the rich and famous too

Bioderma’s Sensibio Micellar Water (pictured) for $29.99 is a global best-seller, retailing one bottle every three seconds around the world and selling among the rich and famous too

Trilogy's Rosehip Oil (pictured), for $13.95, sells a bottle every 20 seconds, and is beloved by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton

Trilogy’s Rosehip Oil (pictured), for $13.95, sells a bottle every 20 seconds, and is beloved by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton

Bioderma’s Sensibio Micellar Water for $29.99 is another of the biggest global best-sellers, retailing one bottle every three seconds around the world and selling among the rich and famous too.

Celebrity facialist Melanie Grant – who counts Kim Kardashian and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as clients – swears by the makeup remover for getting rid of dirt, pollution, makeup and impurities.

She previously told FEMAIL that the French formula is also very hydrating and kind to sensitive skin.  

Lastly, Trilogy’s Rosehip Oil, for $13.95, sells a bottle every 20 seconds, and is beloved by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton.

‘This is divine! I use this to seal my moisturiser and serum, to protect my skin from drying and pollution,’ one reviewer posted about the facial oil.

‘My favourite product in the world,’ another added. 

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