This Lidl anti-ageing serum is set to be a best-seller - and it's available for under £3

When it comes to affordable skincare, Lidl have been leading the way for a while now.

The budget retailer have won over a huge amount of beauty fans with their cut-price products - which are often brilliant dupes of higher-end items.

And now, Lidl have launched a new wonder serum, specifically targeted towards anti-ageing - and we can't wait to try it!

The Q10 Intensive Serum has certainly come at the right time, promising to nourish and hydrate our skin in the colder weather, as well as battling against wrinkles and fine lines.

It even contains one of the most popular beauty ingredients of the moment too, Hyaluronic Acid. The sought-after acid works to keep the skin hydrated, something we undoubtedly all need as the winter chill hits.

Plus, the Q10 in the serum helps to re-energise skin cells, to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. And that certainly makes it a winner in our eyes.

Simply pop a few drops of the serum onto your skin both morning and evening, and massage into your face and neck for the best results.

But that's not all. The best part, is that the serum is one of the most affordable beauty products on the market at the moment, selling for just £2.99. In comparison, Nivea's own Q10 serum pearls sell for the pricer amount of £9.79 at Boots.

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The serum joins a range of other Lidl beauty best-sellers in the store's Cien range, which has proven hugely popular with customers ever since its launch. In fact, most products go on to sell out - so we're predicting big things for this anti-ageing serum!

The new Lidl product is on shelves now at stores all around the country, but it isn't available online. So if you want one for yourself, you'll need to be quick and hurry to your local shop!

Will you be picking up the latest, hotly-anticipated Lidl beauty buy?

Amy Hunt

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