Im 32 and people think Im 15 and I swear by three skin products

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A content creator who claims she is often mistaken for being much younger than she is has advised on three products she claims are essential to a youthful visage. Bambi is a beauty content creator with 64.9K followers on her TikTok account @bambidoesbeauty, who focuses on “a less is more approach to beauty”.

She said: “I’m 32 And I still get ID’ed to enter an over-16 beach club. If you still haven’t found that SPF that makes you want to put it on every single day, these are my top three for you to try.”

SPF is very important to keeping skin healthy and therefore helping it to look younger. Sunscreen prevents premature ageing, which is caused by UVA rays. These rays cause wrinkles and sunspots over time. The sun’s other rays, UVB rays, burn the skin. This is even more serious, as it can cause cancer. Wearing an SPF on your face every day can help prevent these unwanted side effects of the sun, and Bambi listed her three favourites.

The beauty aficionado suggested one skincare option she claims will make your skin shining and smoother, as well as offering protection. She said: “For my fellow glass skin girls, the La Roche-Posay Hyalu B5 Aquagel SPF30 (£35.50) absorbs really quickly.

“I love it for my dry skin but I also think if you’ve got oily skin you’re gonna like it because it’s not heavy feeling it doesn’t feel like an SPF. It’s the finish for me it makes your skin look like a glass ice cube.”

The product has a 4.5 star rating of 105 reviews, with 80 five-star reviews from customers. According to Boots, the product is “an intensely hydrating gel for supple, radiant skin with a healthy glow. With broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection, Hyalu B5 Aquagel also contains antioxidants to further protect the skin.”

For those looking to combine their SPF with their makeup, Bambi recommends a Charlotte Tilbury product. She said: “For my makeup girls, this one from Charlotte Tilbury is like the ultimate hidden gem.

“If you love their Flawless Filter like I do, you’re gonna love this just as much it doubles up as a primer. It’s really high protection too. It’s SPF 50.” Bambi recommended the Invisible UV Flawless Poreless Primer SPF 50 from Charlotte Tilbury, £40.

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For those with little time and less cash, Bambi made her last suggestion. “For my fellow lazy girls, this is your man right here,” said. “Try Bondi Sands. This one’s their face SPF. It’s SPF 50, fragrance-free doesn’t sting the eyes and it gives your skin an immediate glow.”

The Bondi Sands SPF50+ Fragrance Free Face Mist costs just £6.74 and has a 4.8 star customer rating on LookFantastic.

The online seller said: “Lightweight and fast-absorbing, the mist provides UVA and UVB protection, leaving an invisible finish. The nourishing formula delivers up to 72 hours of hydration and can be used over make-up.”

Top-rated SPF skincare at Boots

  • Lancaster Sun Beauty Face Cream SPF15 – £25 
  • Soltan Brightening Protect & Moisturise Facial Suncare Cream with Vitamin C SPF50+ – £5.50 
  • Skingredients Skin Shield Moisturising + Priming SPF 50 PA+++ Suncreen – £45.90 
  • No7 Protect & Perfect Intense ADVANCED Facial Suncare SPF15 – £13.45 
  • Shiseido Expert Sun Protector Face & Body Lotion SPF50+ – £27.20 
  • Ultrasun Face 30spf sun protection – £22 
  • Vichy Capital Soleil UV-Age Daily – £22 
  • VICHY Capital Soleil Solar Protective Water Enhanced Tan SPF50 – £19.50 
  • Bondi Sands Hydra SPF 50+ Face Fluid – £10.99 

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