By Lucy Buglass
When following a beauty routine, it can be easy to spend loads of money on products. But Prue Leith’s go-to moisturiser is very affordable.
Speaking to The Telegraph’s Stella magazine, Prue revealed that she loves E45 cream. It’s known to be a good multi-purpose moisturiser and is suitable for sensitive skin, and those with skin conditions such as eczema.
In fact, Prue has claimed that E45 is ‘the only beauty thing’ she buys, hailing it as ‘a good old-fashioned moisturiser’. So Prue's beauty routine is very low maintenance, but it seems to be working wonders.
If you want to try it out for yourself, E45 Dermatological Cream is currently £2.35 at Boots. And you can enjoy buy one, get one half price across selected E45 products.
According to Boots, ‘E45 Cream has been clinically proven to treat and soothe dry, itching, flaking, chapped, rough and calloused skin, sunburn and detergent hands. Its non-greasy emollient formulation is quickly absorbed by your skin, leaving it soft, comfortable and relieved.’
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Clinically proven to treat and soothe dry, itching, flaking, chapped, rough and calloused skin, sunburn and detergent hands.
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It’s also ‘recommended for more serious dry skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, ichthyosis and certain dry cases of psoriasis, and can be used everyday by the whole family including babies.’
Prue isn’t the only one who swears by E45 either, as many shoppers have left five star reviews for the product. One review described it as ‘Very well priced and just in time to look good during festive season.’
Recently, Claudia Winkleman revealed that she uses a very affordable haircare brand to get her locks looking healthy and shiny. Maybe you've used it before!
So you don’t have to break the bank in order to look good this festive season, turns out high street brands can be just what you need.
If these products are good enough for Claudia Winkleman and Prue Leith, then they're definitely good enough for us!
Will you be trying E45 as a moisturiser?
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