Kate Middleton's favorite face oil has hundreds of perfect reviews -- and it's under $30

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Whereas Meghan Markle may have been more open about her beauty routine due to her Hollywood past, we haven't been so lucky with the Duchess of Cambridge.

However, an insider has revealed one key element in the mom-of-three's beauty routine. And fortunately for us, it seems like getting that duchess glow doesn't have to break the bank.

According to sources, Kate Middleton is a huge fan of Trilogy's Certified Organic Rosehip Oil, a potent and natural concoction that helps with both dehydrated and aging skin. The award-winning natural Rosa Canina seed oil, packed with omega 3, 6 and 9, reduces the appearance of scars, fine lines and wrinkles all while adding glow. 

It seems it's not just Kate who is in love with the $29 oil. Customers have been so impressed by the product that they've taken to the internet to share their thoughts

"I've been using this oil for 1 week and I've already seen a difference in my skin," wrote one user. "I have only used this for two days now and all I can say is oh my goodness, this stuff is AMAZING," said another. 

Not only is the product perfect for those with oily and dry skin, but it seems to be a "miracle" for those with cystic acne and acne scars as well. 

"I absolutely love this oil! It was recommended to me by someone in store. I have been struggling with cystic acne, scaring, uneven skin tone... everything," stated one user. Wrote another, "I've tried EVERY skincare product in the world (so it seems)... and to my utter surprise THIS is the miracle worker. It's done more fading to my acne scars in one week than my prescription retinol has done in years!" We're sold. 

The affordable product is available for purchase at retailers such as Ulta, Jet and Amazon.

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