EXCLUSIVE: Michelle Heaton reveals the skincare products she’s loving right now

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EXCLUSIVE: Michelle Heaton reveals the skincare products she’s loving right now

There’s no denying that Michelle Heaton is a natural beauty, but the mum-of-two admits there are some wonder products she swears by to keep her skin up to scratch.

And, having gone through early menopause as a result of her hysterectomy, the 37-year-old revealed exclusively to Closer that finding skincare products to make her feel more confident is more crucial than ever.

She explained: “Going through the hysterectomy, I’m now in menopause. My skin has seen a dramatic change, especially in the amount of collagen it produces, and it’s lost its elasticity.”

So it’s more important to her than ever that she finds the right products to help her look and feel ‘herself’ again.

Here are some of the products Michelle is loving right now…

St. Ives Invigorating Apricot Scrub

“It’s a classic and a great price, a good bargain. I love it because it feels like I’ve proper scrubbed my skin, it feels like dermabrasion.”

£4.19, Boots.

Biore Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Nose Strips

“I do like my nose strips – because I like seeing the black heads come out. I mean, how satisfying is it when you get a good strip. It’s so good – I love them.”

£7.99, Boots.

Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream

“I always like to have Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream handy because it has so many uses. I use it as a lip balm, for cuts and grazes, I even use it on my hair, and it’s perfect for moisturising skin when you’re on a flight. It’s always in my bag.

“I also use it on Faith [her four year old daughter] when she grazes her skin, it’s really handy.”

£27, John Lewis.

Sudacrem Antiseptic Healing Cream

“It’s one of those things all mums use on themselves, too. I use it now and again for a spot.”

£2.99, Superdrug.

Bodyshop Blue Corn 3in1 Deep Purifying Scrub

“One of my favourite beauty products is the Blue Corn Scrub Mask from The Body Shop. It’s really good – cheap and cheerful but also a really effective face mask. Every week I use it.”

£11, The Body Shop

Perfectha Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers

“Perfectha came along three months ago when I realised they have five different types of fillers for different areas, so I knew the treatment would be customised to what I wanted. And despite being on TV and so on, no one’s picked it up, which I think that speak volumes.

“The thing I loved about Perfectha was the instantaneous results. It was immediate, and I can’t remember any bruising and there was definitely no swelling.

“And the great thing about hyaluronic acid filler is that if you’re not happy, the effects are totally reversible.”

Visit www.sinclairpharma.co.uk for details.

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