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5 British Beauty Products Gwyneth Paltrow Can’t Live Without

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Gwyneth Paltrow attends the 'Louis Vuitton - Marc Jacobs: The Exhibition' photocall as part of Paris Fashion Week at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs on March 7, 2012 in Paris, France.

Hubby Chris Martin isn’t the only British export that Gwyneth Paltrow loves!

In her recent GOOP newsletter, the actress, 39, discusses her fascination with old-school English pharmacies that are rampant throughout her U.K. homeland. In it, she lists out a treasure trove of makeup and skin-care favorites that are found within these establishments.

Luckily for fans who don’t expect to be jetting across the Atlantic anytime soon: Paltrow’s picks are available stateside.

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Soap & Glory
“We like their stuff for serious firming and exfoliating: Flake Away ($18, for smooth arms and legs, and Slim Wear for bathing suit preparedness,” says Paltrow. (Available at Sephora and

Boots’ Botanics
“Each product has one key ingredient like olive oil for moisturizing or rosewater toning,” she says about the popular drugstore’s own cult-favorite organic line. (Available at Target and

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No. 7
“Everyone raves about Boots’ own line, No.7 and their range of high-quality cosmetics, moisturizers and cleansers,” the star says, recommending their Illuminator, which “gives a subtle pearly glow.” (Available at Target and

Tiger Balm
Forget the Advil — Paltrow loves smoothing on this all-natural ointment when she’s sore. It’s “a topical cure-all balm for muscle aches and pains,” she says. (Available at Walgreens and

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Orly Nail Polish
Even Paltrow likes working the season’s hottest nail colors. “Orly makes these mini nail polishes, which are ideal for travel,” she says. “We also love the idea of buying colors in small quantities as color trends change so quickly.” (Available at Ulta and

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