A BEAUTY fanatic has praised a hidden gem in Superdrug after switching up her skincare routine – and it's cheap too.
Abbie Blyth, from Glasgow, regularly shares her fashion and lifestyle tips on social media where she boasts 283,000 followers (@abbieblyth).
In a recent TikTok video, the 28-year-old showed her fellow beauty fans her makeup removal routine.
Abbie, who owns her own fashion brand BLY, said: "So I love this Elemis cleansing balm, it's the dog b*******.
"So slap that all over my face. Absolutely stunning, get right in about the eyes.
"This is the part I'm like ‘oh my God, I can't open my eyes’.
"But anyway I use these wee pads from Face UK I'm sure and they're great for getting all your makeup off and then you just bang them in the wash.
"Then this is me patting myself dry and realising that I've actually drowned myself.
"Like how can I just not be ladylike taking my makeup off like a normal girl?"
Abbie then turns to her new Superdrug buys – Japan's number one skincare brand, Hada Labo.
"Loving the new Hada Labo stuff", she gushed.
"This is a new skincare I'm using.
"This is a hyaluronic acid. I use this in the morning and at night.
"I love it, it's really good. Slap that all over my face as well."
She added: "And I found this night time serum. This is a new one that I got and it's for your body, but I'm going to try it on my face as well.
"I could do with all the hydration I could get to be honest
"Then this moisturiser honestly is unbelievable.
"And guys the stuff’s really affordable. You can get it in Superdrug and it is really affordable if you're looking for some new skincare."
Hada Labo bosses boast their products contain multiple types of “wonder ingredient” hyaluronic acid which quenches thirsty, dry and dehydrated skin at multiple levels.
And their cheapest product, an anti-aging sheet mask, costs just £3.29 in Superdrug.
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Influencer Abbie is set to hit our TV screens next year as reality show The Agency: Unfiltered returns for a second season on BBC Scotland.
The new series will once again follow Aquarius Creative, Scotland's largest influencer agency, its founders Kirsten Cameron and Amy Moore, and their clients.
Kirsten and Amy said: "We're so excited to have the opportunity to share our story with viewers once again, showing them the unfiltered reality of our world.
"We're passionate about what we do and it’s been humbling to see the audience response to the first series. We can’t wait to get going on series two.”
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