Style Tess Daly Uses This £13 Beauty Buy, Every Day

18:10  29 april  2021
18:10  29 april  2021 Source:   womenshealthmag.co.uk

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Good news for all fans of former WH cover star, Tess Daly. Because the presenter has shared the skincare products she can't be without, via a new interview with The Telegraph.

And while some of her picks are pretty fancy (she extolled the virtues of non-surgical salon treatment ultherapy, in which ultrasound technology is used to boost the skin's natural collagen), some are more budget-friendly – including a £13 essential that she buys on repeat.

The product in question? A high factor SPF by French pharmacy brand, La Roche Posay. It's specially formulated for sensitive skin, but still sweat-proof, waterproof and formulated with SPF 50 to provide much-needed year-round protection from the sun's harmful UV rays and blue light emitted from laptops and phones.

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text: La Roche-Posay Anthelios Ultra-Light Invisible Fluid Sun Cream SPF50 50ml © boots.com La Roche-Posay Anthelios Ultra-Light Invisible Fluid Sun Cream SPF50 50ml


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You can pick up Tess' favourite, the ultra-light invisible fluid sun cream, for just £13 at Boots.

Gallery: 12 best hydrating shampoos for dry hair (Harper's Bazaar (UK))

diagram: When hair starts to look dull and brittle, your first instinct may be to coat it in a deep-conditioning mask. But if dryness persists, it’s also worth checking that you’re using the right shampoo.To help you find the perfect match for your hair, we tried the best hydration-boosting formulas that claim to repair and enhance shine, and leave locks looking red carpet-worthy. What causes dry hair?As we age, hair starts to become weaker and duller, and therefore is more prone to dryness. Overuse of heated hair tools and exposure to harmful UV rays will also contribute to damaged hair. “Like your skin, UV rays can really dry out your hair. UV rays act on hair much like bleach – they degrade its protein structure and can make strands brittle, prone to breakage and overly porous,” says Anabel Kingsley, trichologist at Philip Kingsley.There's a limit to how much products can improve the situation, but finding the right shampoo for your hair type can make a visible difference. “Once it leaves the scalp, hair is technically dead tissue. However, hydrating products will definitely help to rehydrate hair, and heat protectors and products with UV filters will help to stop dryness from occurring in the first place,” says Kingsley. How we testOur panel of 317 testers – with a range of hair types, from straight to coiled – tried 24 shampoos claiming to improve dry hair. They evaluated how well each shampoo hydrated and cleaned hair, as well as the overall look to ends after the trial. In the Hearst Institute lab, we used a Dia-stron instrument to measure how smooth and hydrated hair became after being washed and dried with the product. We’ve made a note of whether each shampoo below contains parabens, silicones or sulphates, so you can find the one most suitable for your hair.

Tess also follows a strict day and night skincare routine, currently using Clarins' Super Restorative Day Cream, £75, in the morning and Estee Lauder's Instant Refinishing Facial Exfoliating Cream, £44, a couple of times a week to buff away dead skin cells.

While ultratherapy will set you back £500 a session, these buys are a much more affordable way to mimic Tess' glowing skin at home.

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