These six needle-free fixers work like Botox in a bottle to banish pesky fine lines

With stars including Lord Alan Sugar and Simon Cowell splashing out on expensive treatments — there's no need to break the bank to feel fabulous this Spring.

One — Join the Q

  • Nivea Q10 Power Deep Wrinkle + Firming Concentrate, £10.99 from Boots — buy now

Get firmer skin in just 10 days thanks to intensive Nivea Q10 Power Deep Wrinkle + Firming Concentrate, £9.99.

Q10 and creatine leave skin looking smoother, while SPF30 protects from future sun-induced wrinkles.

Two — Stress less

  • Murad Revitalixir Recovery Serum, £70 from Murad — buy now

To fight the signs of ageing caused by stress, neuropeptides in Murad Revitalixir Recovery Serum, £70, minimise the effects of repetitive facial expressions – see ya later, frown lines!

Plus, omegas 3, 6 and 9 relieve dryness, and caffeine combats signs of fatigue – definitely worth the hefty price tag.

Three — Vit hit

  • Kiehl’s Since 1851 Powerful-Strength Line-Reducing Concentrate, £49.50 from Kiehl's — buy now

Super-charged Kiehl’s Since 1851 Powerful-Strength Line-Reducing Concentrate, £49.50, contains 12.5% vitamin C, as well as hyaluronic acid, which are clinically proven to reduce signs of ageing and large pores for a refined complexion and baby-smooth skin.

Four — Youth club

  • No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Booster Serum, £38 from Boots — buy now

Packed with collagen, No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Booster Serum, £38, promises to make you look five years younger in 12 weeks.

With 73% of testers saying they were less likely to consider Botox after two months, it’s definitely worth a try!

Five — High five

  • Filorga Time-Filler Night, £57 from Filorga — buy now

Combat five types of lines with Filorga Time-Filler Night, £57, including those caused by sleep.

Sea fennel increases cell turnover and passion fruit extract aids lymphatic drainage to minimise puffiness for a radiant complexion – beauty sleep in a bottle!

Six — Pep talk

  • The Inkey List Hepta-peptide, £14.99 from Feel Unique — buy now

A patented cocktail of seven peptides, combined with squalene in The Inkey List Hepta-peptide, £14.99, blurs the appearance of fine lines and plumps thinning, crêpey skin.

Ask Beauty Editor Lauren

We’ve all been there: making a split decision to go for a change and then instantly regretting it.

And while your hair is going to take time to grow back, there are some things you can do so that it doesn’t take quite as long.

The last time I wanted to grow out a dodgy fringe, I took Holland & Barrett Biotin 1000ug, £16.99 for 100 tablets, and they worked wonders.

They won’t make hair grow overnight, but they do aid its natural keratin infrastructure, meaning it’ll grow healthier and stronger and stay looking great between trims.

Also, try Grow Gorgeous Hair Growth Serum Intense, £45. It contains caffeine, which stimulates growth when rubbed into the scalp, plus zinc and glycine, which are essential for healthy locks.

And keep up regular trims, even if you’re tempted not to, as this keeps split ends at bay.

  • Do you have a beauty problem? Email me at beauty@fabulousmag.co.uk

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