It seems that Suranne Jones hasn't aged a day since her time in TV soap Coronation Street.
Following her return to our screens in Doctor Foster, the actress has been sporting a clear, bright, smooth and wrinkle-free complexion, and we must admit - we're a touch envious.
The 38-year-old actress even has the tiring nights of new-mum life to contend with.
Suranne gave birth to her first child in June 2016. So given that she's living life with a one-and-a-half year old, it's even more impressive that Suranne looks as bright-eyed and clear-skinned as she does.
So what is her secret? Well, luckily for us, Suranne has revealed the skincare product she relies on to get her through busy days of filming and sleepless nights at home, over on her Instagram.
She revealed that she relies on Tropic Skincare Super Greens Nutrient Boost serum, a product designed to brighten your skin, reduce redness, and help repair skin. It's also said to be great at soothing dry and damaged skin.
And if that wasn't enough, the miracle serum is also touted as an expert anti-ageing solution too. It contains kale, a source of Vitamin K, which is said to help reduce wrinkles and lines - so we're pretty much sold.
Praising the product, she wrote, '@justinejenkins ... this @tropicskincare supergreens is one of my favourite products ever!! Thank you for introducing it to this sometimes tired mama.. it truly has been my skin brightening/ skin moisturising/ mothers help. I LOVE it❤
'#greensfortheface #naturalbeauty ... ps. ... not a brand ambassador, just wanted to share as it's so good 💋#mumlooksbrighter'
Fans agreed with Suranne's skincare pick as well. One took to the post to write, 'I love it ! It's doing wonders for my skin 💚💚💚💚", while another also said, "Such a great product! X'
The product is on sale for £42, and is normally available to buy online at Tropic Skincare (opens in new tab). However, the product is currently out of stock on their website, so make sure to keep checking back to see when it's ready to buy again!
If you can't get hold of the product online, it's worth searching for a Tropic Skincare brand ambassador in your area, who may be able to get hold of it for you.
We'll certainly be trying our best to get hold of one!
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.
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