Style Tess Daly Uses This £13 Beauty Buy, Every Day
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Good news for all fans of former WH cover star,Because the presenter has shared the skincare products she can't be without, via a new interview with .
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,. 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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You can pick up Tess' favourite,, for just £13 at Boots.
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Tess also follows a strict day and night skincare routine, currently using, £75, in the morning and , £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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