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Age-defying WAG Rebecca Judd, 37, reveals her $680 night time skincare routine

Rebecca Judd has shared her skincare secrets to her age-defying, youthful complexion. 

But achieving flawless skin like the 37-year-old AFL WAG comes at a high cost, with her night time products alone costing a whopping $680. 

The mother-of-four admitted she also regularly goes to see skin specialists, but told her 858,000 followers it was ‘really important’ to ‘back up clinic treatments with great skincare’ on Thursday. 








You can see the results! On Thursday, age-defying AFL WAG Rebecca Judd, 37, revealed her $680 evening skincare routine... as she urged fans to pay one intensive product 'a lot of respect'

You can see the results! On Thursday, age-defying AFL WAG Rebecca Judd, 37, revealed her $680 evening skincare routine… as she urged fans to pay one intensive product ‘a lot of respect’

Rebecca started her routine off with a $55 daily cleanser from The Skincare Company, which boasted ingredients like lactic acid and Salicylic acid. 

She went on to explain if she was wearing makeup, she would ‘double cleanse’ with another foam product worth $75. 

After that, Rebecca uses a $125 AHA ‘exfoliant’ serum and a Vitamin A retinol serum worth $125 from the same brand. 

‘Vitamin A is a really great anti-ager. It really stimulates collagen and its great for fighting acne,’ Rebecca explained. 

'Back up clinic treatments with great skincare': After that, Rebecca alternates every other night with a $125 AHA 'exfoliant' serum and a Vitamin A retinol serum worth $125 from the same brand

‘Back up clinic treatments with great skincare’: After that, Rebecca alternates every other night with a $125 AHA ‘exfoliant’ serum and a Vitamin A retinol serum worth $125 from the same brand

While her youthful skin doesn’t show it, Rebecca’s application in the footage showed a skincare no-no, as she pulled the product down the face which is said to drag the skin down, rather than up. 

The superstar WAG then went on to reveal some tricks of the trade.

‘I always do my neck. There’s no point having beautiful skin texture, looking younger and tighter on your face, and having a wrinkly neck. So always do the neck,’ she said. 

Oops! While her youthful skin doesn't show it, Rebecca's application showed a skincare no-no, as she pulled the product down the face which is said to drag the skin down, rather than up

Oops! While her youthful skin doesn’t show it, Rebecca’s application showed a skincare no-no, as she pulled the product down the face which is said to drag the skin down, rather than up

On alternating nights, Rebecca uses the AHA serum, which she describes as ‘your own little chemical peel’. 

She warned her fans the product was highly potent and explained they had to be ‘really, really careful and pay it a lot of respect’.   

‘Before bed I will pop on a hydrating moisturiser, no sunscreen, you’re going to sleep,’ she continued, holding up The Skincare Company’s $140 tub. 

'There's no point having beautiful skin texture, looking younger and tighter on your face and having a wrinkly neck': She certainly knew some tricks of the trade

‘There’s no point having beautiful skin texture, looking younger and tighter on your face and having a wrinkly neck’: She certainly knew some tricks of the trade

Rebecca also added a $65 eye cream afterwards and told fans she used a physical exfoliant scrub once a week, which costs $95.  

‘The Skincare Company products are an investment in your skin, are made here in Australia, are not tested on animals and don’t contain any nasties,’ Rebecca continued in the caption.

She added: ‘The serums last a long time and I have personally been using and loving them for a few years now.’

So, that's her secret: 'Before bed I will pop on a hydrating moisturiser, no sunscreen, you're going to sleep,' Rebecca said of The Skincare Company's $140 product

So, that’s her secret: ‘Before bed I will pop on a hydrating moisturiser, no sunscreen, you’re going to sleep,’ Rebecca said of The Skincare Company’s $140 product 

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