Ole Henriksen is available at Boots - and it has a very famous fan

There are plenty of skincare brands out there, but it takes a pretty special one to generate the kind of buzz that Ole Henriksen created when it launched at Boots.

Ole Henriksen

The Danish skincare brand is a huge hit with skincare lovers overseas, as well as in the UK.

Ole Henriksen made a return to Boots at the beginning of February last year, and the much-anticipated range was hugely popular, with swathes of excited shoppers flocking to buy it.

According to the Daily Mail, before it launched the range already had a 10,000-person waiting list, full of beauty lovers eager to get their hands on the products. And it's no surprise that customers were so keen. The brand, created by Scandinavian skincare guru Ole Henriksen, has some famous fans, including Princess Mary of Denmark.

Ole Henriksen is also known for it's targeted skincare products, whether you're keen for some anti-ageing help or need something to assist with acne. In fact, one of their most popular products is theGlow2OH Dark Spot Toner, which sold out online just four DAYS after it launched on the store's website. Packed with Witch Hazel and Glycolic Acid, it promises to rapidly improve the skins appearance and texture.

SHOP NOW: Ole Henriksen Glow2OH Dark Spot Toner, £22 (opens in new tab)

The brand's latest launch is Truth Juice daily cleanser, inspired by juice cleanses used to help detoxify the body. Ole created his version of a juice cleanse with a luxurious lathering cleanser that will remove even the most stubborn of make-up and leave skin glowing.

Ole Henriksen

SHOP NOW: Truth Juice Daily Cleanser, £22

Another particularly popular anti-ageing product is the brand's Truth Serum, which promises to brighten and firm your skin, whilst reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Simply apply it to your face and neck every evening.

The Truth Serum actually has a pretty famous fan too - none other than the legendary singer Lady Gaga.

In an interview with Refinery29, her make-up artist Sarah Tanno revealed that the actor's skin looks so gorgeous and glowing because of the popular serum.

She revealed, "‘I love Ole Henriksen Truth Serum because it really boosts a nice, healthy glow. I press it into the skin with the Adore Cosmetics Palm Sonic to really help it absorb. It has a warm vibrating plate that pushes the product into the skin, then a cold one for any depuffing. You can sculpt the face with it — it feels so nice."

SHOP NOW: Truth Serum, £42 (opens in new tab)

Another best-seller is the award-winning Banana Bright Eye creme, which is full of collagen to help plump up and hydrate your skin, helping to "revive" the under-eye area. Pop it on before your make-up and after you've taken your face off for the day, and you're good to go.

SHOP NOW: Banana Bright Eye Creme, £30 (opens in new tab)

Another favourite from beauty fans are the So Nurturing Cleansing Cloths,a multi-vitamin blend of ProVitamin B5 and vitamins C and E, gently clean and hydrate the complexion in one step. Perfect for cleansing on the go.

SHOP NOW: So Nurturing Cleansing Cloths, £13 (opens in new tab)

The brand's C-Rush Brightening Gel Creme also comes highly recommended by fans of Ole Henriksen, promising to give your skin a much-needed burst of hydration and radiance.

SHOP NOW: C-Rush Brightening Gel Creme, £36 (opens in new tab)

It's also one of their popular anti-ageing products, with three sources of vitamin C packed in there. Ideally used on your face and neck both in the morning and evening, it provides the perfect smoothing base for your make-up.

At the moment, the prices have not yet been converted from dollars into pounds - but the range varies in price from about £34 to £56, for the large bottle of the truth serum.

So will you be picking some products up when the line drops on 1st February?

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.