Jodie Comer swears this popular beauty tool "makes your skin look so seamless"

Plus, every product in the actress’ skin care and makeup routine

BEAUTYcrew Beauty Editor / February 07 2023

Sure, Jodie Comer’s acting history (and BAFTA and Emmy awards) proves that the Liverpuddlian is talented.

Plus, her alignment with Noble Panacea as the brand’s celebrity ambassador shows she’s got high standards when it comes to beauty products. 

To top it all off, she also trumped the world’s most beautiful woman list earlier this year, and to be honest, we’re far from surprised. 

After seeing the Killing Eve star saunter down the red carpet awards season after awards season, we have to know — what’s Jodie Comer’s skin care routine, and what products is she hiding in her makeup bag? 

We’ve scoured Comer’s many interviews over the years to give you the lowdown on the 29-year-old’s go-to skin care and makeup products.

Jodie Comer’s skin care routine

A coconut oil cleanser

“I really love using coconut oil to cleanse,” Comer told Marie Claire in 2021. “I feel like you need just the tiniest bit when washing your face.” 

“If I've had a long day filming the day before, then I'll probably head towards some sort of balm because eye makeup can be brutal,” she admitted. 

“I hate when you wash your makeup off the night before, and you still wake up with the panda eyes the next day.”

Try: KOPARI Organic Coconut Melt ($51 at Sephora)


KOPARI Organic Coconut Melt

Homeoplasmine Multi-Purpose Ointment

“​​God, I love Homeoplasmine,” gushed during an interview with Marie Claire. “It's so versatile; it's basically like a Vaseline-y kind of balm that you can put on any part of your skin when it's dry.” 

“I get quite bad dry elbows so I'll put it there,” she continued. “You can put it on your lips, or you could put it on your eyelids as a kind of glossy eye that isn't tacky [too].” 

“A lot of TV and film makeup artists use that in their kit, and that's where I found it.”

Try: Homeoplasmine Multi-Purpose Ointment ($23 at Kanvas Beauty)

Homeoplasmine Multi-Purpose Ointment

Noble Panacea The Brilliant Radiant Resilience Moisturiser

“I feel like moisturiser is key,” told Harper’s Bazaar UK

“What I love about the [Noble Panacea The Brilliant] Radiant Resilience Moisturiser is the consistency of it – it soaks in but it also stays,” she explained to the publication. “I hate when I put on a face cream and it completely disappears, leaving your skin tight, and you're not quite sure what good it’s done.”

Try: Noble Panacea The Brilliant Radiant Resilience Moisturiser ($364.99 at NET-A-PORTER)

Noble Panacea The Brilliant Radiant Resilience Moisturiser

Dots for Spots Pimple Patches

“I've recently discovered Dots for Spots Pimple Patches on Amazon and ordered a pack of 60 — they’re amazing,” Comer confessed to Harper’s Bazaar UK

“I’ve been wearing a mask a lot in the theatre [and] I have been getting spots on the lower part of my face which is a nightmare,” she admitted. “The little stickers are flesh coloured and pretty subtle – I have one on right now.” 

"If my skin is bad, sometimes covering up [with make-up] will make it worse,” she went on to say. “If I can persevere for as long as I can with these I will.”

Try: Dots for Spots Pimple Patches ($40.53 at Amazon Australia)

Dots for Spots Pimple Patches

The products in Jodie Comer’s makeup bag

HOURGLASS Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation Stick

“I'm really lazy with my own makeup to be honest,” Comer confessed to Harper’s Bazaar UK. “I can't remember the last time I went in my makeup bag, which is embarrassing.”

“I really love Hourglass, I think their products are so beautiful,” she shared. “I like that with their foundation sticks you can control the coverage.” 

Try: HOURGLASS Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation Stick ($72 at MECCA)

HOURGLASS Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation Stick

SURRATT BEAUTY Perfectionniste Concealer Palette

“I'm using a Surratt concealer palette at the moment,” Comer shared with Harper’s Bazaar UK. “It has two different shades and a really beautiful under-eye powder in it.” 

“My makeup artist uses a brightening powder on top of a cream concealer which works wonders – I have very dark circles under my eyes and it’s so brightening.”

Try: SURRATT BEAUTY Perfectionniste Concealer Palette in ‘Shade 3’ ($105.33 at NET-A-PORTER)

SURRATT BEAUTY Perfectionniste Concealer Palette

M.A.C Cosmetics Brow Set

“I like a good eyebrow gel,” Comer shared with Marie Claire. “I find MAC's clear gel is probably the most heavy duty I've found — I like my brows to stay in place.”

Try: M.A.C Cosmetics Brow Set (was $42 now $33.60 at Adore Beauty)

M.A.C Cosmetics Brow Set

Beautyblender® Original

"I've gone back to the Beauty Blender,” Comer recently admitted to Harper’s Bazaar.  “I forgot about it but I used one to apply my foundation and thought 'these are amazing!'.” 

“Just dampen it before you use it and it makes your skin look so seamless."

Try: Beautyblender® Original ($28 at Sephora)

Beautyblender® Original

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Briar Clark got her start in the media industry in 2017, as an intern for Marie Claire and InStyle. Since then, her keen interest in fashion and beauty has landed her gigs as a Digital Content Producer and Beauty Editor with titles like Girlfriend, Refinery29, BEAUTYcrew and beautyheaven. She loves the way seemingly innocuous topics like skin care and style have the ability to put a smile on people’s faces or make them think about themselves a little differently. A big believer in self love and experimentation, Briar has made a point of becoming the Australian beauty industry’s unofficial guinea pig for unusual treatments and daring hair trends. When she’s not testing out the latest beauty launches, Briar is big on broadening her horizons, mostly in the form of food but she’s also partial to travelling to new destinations both near and far (and of course, allocating an extra bag to bring their best beauty offerings home with her).