I’m a skincare guru and have the ultimate hack to make sure you look young – and it’s from the baby care aisle | The Sun
26th August 2023

ELLE McNamara (AKA Bambi Does Beauty) has been sharing her beauty secrets to look ten years younger for years. 

And her latest game changer product is something you can find in the baby aisle.

The 33-year-old regularly stresses the importance of SPF to prevent wrinkles and improve skin texture.

However, she found that they can sting the skin around her eyes, causing them to run.

The skin around your eyes is a lot more sensitive and delicate than other areas of your face because it’s thinner and has fewer oil glands. 

Elle revealed that she is using an SPF stick for babies to protect her eyes from UV rays. 

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“POV: you bought an SPF stick from the baby aisle and now your eyes don’t sting or run,” she penned on TikTok.

“The SPF hack no one told you – and that I'd wish I’d known sooner.”

Children's sunscreen tends to be mineral-based, rather than chemical, because the formula is less likely to cause irritation.

Among the stick one's perfect for eyes are the Aveeno Baby Sensitive Skin Spf 50 Mineral Sunscreen Stick, Nivea Sun Kids Suncream Roll-On for Sensitive Skin SPF 50+ and Soltan Kids Once Suncare Roll On SPF50+.

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Another popular choice is Childs Farm SPF50+ Sun Roll-on, which is currently £8 in Boots.

Thanks to her skincare secrets, Elle has previously revealed she gets asked for her ID at 16+ venues.

“I do the same,” someone affirmed under her latest video. 

“Kids SPF50 stick with 5* UV protection is so much better than a skincare brand.”

“Yes! Been my favourite trick for years,” a second echoed.

“You literally never fail with these hacks,” a third said.

Elle has also advised people to introduce retinol into their skincare for a complexion that glows like hers.

Retinol is derived from Vitamin A and resurfaces the skin by speeding up cell renewal to reveal a fresher complexion while softening fine lines. 

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Her cheapest recommendation was the £7 Boots Ingredients Retinol Night Moisturiser.

Bosses at Boots said the cream should only be applied to the face – as the skin on your neck and decolletage can be more sensitive – and should make skin feel more hydrated and “elastic”.

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