I’m an anti-ageing expert – seven things you should buy from B&M and the ones that do nothing for your skin | The Sun

WHEN it comes to skincare, there are so many do's and don't's that it's hard to keep up with what ingredients really work for your skin.

And plenty of people assume the more expensive the product is, the better it will work.

But one anti-ageing specialist and skin doctor, Jo Ward revealed on TikTok seven budget-friendly skincare items you can buy from B&M.

The doctor said: "Come with me to B&M and let's see if they have any decent skincare to offer."

The first item Dr Ward found was a St Ives Apricot face scrub and she described it as 'a bit yester-year' and told people to move on from buying it.

Next was Creighton's salicylic acid serum for £2.99 which she recommended picking up.


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Dr Ward added: "I like this one, 2% is effective," she also suggested picking up the Clean & Clear salicylic acid fash wash.

She also recommended a Face Facts ceremide facial cleanser and added: "Love this Face Fact ceramide cleanser, ceramides are fatty acids that help repair the skin barrier."

The skincare expert then scanned the makeup wipe section and revealed people should avoid using them to take off their makeup and stick to a proper cleanse with soap and water.

But the Doctor recommended the Nivea waterproof eye makeup remover and the Balance serums available in stores for £2.99.

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She added: "This Balance hyaluronic acid is low molecular weight, so deeply hydrating, and the Niacinimide is high strength at 15% which is great."

For those planning to get face masks as gifts for friends this Christmas then avoid the novelty ones like the set of Milkshake facemasks in stores for £2.99.

"I would avoid these gimmicky milkshake masks," she added: "maybe avoid boob masks and make a donation to a breast cancer charity instead."

Face Facts also offer a ceramide and hyaluronic serum to go with their cleanser which got the thumbs up from the doctor.

the Loreal Hyaluron expert day cream with SPF20 impressed the skincare expert.

Dr Ward added: It's pretty good value as it's a multi-molecular weight formula with sun protector.

Finally, the Doctor moved on to body sunscreen where she said the most important thing was to get SPF30 or above and to always fake your tan.

"Some great (and not so great) finds in the B&M skincare aisle," he captioned the post.

The video soon went viral with over 26k views and people praised the skincare expert for sharing her best buys.

One wrote: "Thank you for your advice it’s so confusing sometimes on the proper ones to buy."

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A third added: "Thanks for this!"

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