Social media sensation and cleaning star Mrs Hinch, aka Sophie Hinchliffe, is known to her legion of fans for providing them with tips and tricks on how to keep a tidy home.
However, on Sunday the star took to her Instagram stories to showcase how she looked after herself, instead of where she lived, by showing fans her best beauty buys.
Wearing the old women filter on her face, which she affectionately calls 'Gretel', Mrs Hinch told her 3.2 million followers: “Good morning everyone! I’ve managed to get up, in the shower, hair washed , sincere done all before the boys are even awake!
“Happy days I had the shower on cold to begin with because I had the worst chest flutters this morning for some reason and I didn’t want to have a panic attack of some sort so a cold shower really helps me, but it wasn’t pleasant hope you all had a nice sleep guys xxx”
After sharing the trick she uses for quashing panic attacks, she then uploaded an image to show which skincare and beauty products she used. She captioned the image: “So here’s the exact products I’ve used this morning and now I’ve chucked on a lounge set so I’m done”.
The skincare products the social media star swears by are the Squalana Cleanser, Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 and Natural Moisturizing Factors +HA by The Ordinary.
As we are all know, what Mrs Hinch suggests is usually worth trying, so you will be please to know that all three of the products together make up the brand's The Daily Set and cost a very reasonable £15.
Of the skin treatments, Mrs Hinch wrote: “Loving these creams so far guys! Cheap but definitely helping my skin! But I think not wearing make up for the past couple of weeks has made the biggest difference.”
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The star also shared a bottle of Eufora Style Pure Polish hair serum, which is a salon-based brand. Mrs Hinch reviewed the hair product in the post, writing: “This hair serum is amazing! And perfect for hair extensions”.
The third product she has listed is a hand treatment by perfume brand Molton Brown, which is Alba White Truffle scented and costs £14.
Although a bit expensive, we have all been in extra need of hand cream this month because we are washing our hands more frequently due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The final item Mrs Hinch showed her fans is more affordable; lip hydration drops from Primark. She revealed she swears by them last month, and they only cost £2.50. She wrote: “My Primark lip drops are still going strong”.
So there we have it, Mrs Hinch's top products for skin, hair, lips and hands!
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