Mrs Hinch shares her favourite skincare products and they’re so affordable
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 Tuesday the star took to her Instagram stories to showcase how she cleaned a new area; her face!
While wearing an old women filter on her face, which she affectionately calls 'Gretel', Mrs Hinch scrubbed her skin with a pad while dancing around the bathroom to Beyonce's song, Best Thing I Never Had.
She captioned the hilarious video: "Still using 'the original' skincare range guys and so far so good! I've been using my little face cleanser pad thing I bought from Superdrug too! I love it."
The blonde bombshell then explained that 'the original' skincare range she uses is cult brand The Ordinary.
She shared the products she uses in a separate photograph and they are the Squalana Cleanser, Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 and Natural Moisturizing Factors +HA by The Ordinary.
Captioning the image, she wrote: "So these are the 3 products I bought guys and I'm really enjoying using them everyday my skin isn't dry in places anymore which is amazing.
"Also I really recommend this cleansing pad and bamboo cloth from Superdrug! They're fab!"
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.
Unfortunately as with many online products it is currently out of stock on the Superdrug website, but they have stated: "Most products are back in stock within two weeks so please keep checking back".
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However, if you are a big fan of Mrs Hinch you will be pleased to know that her new book is out this week and it is currently half price.
The book by Sophie Hinchcliffe is called The Little Book of Lists and is described on Amazon by the author as being: “A whole book filled with just lists! Notebook goals! My idea of absolute heaven!”
It is currently available for pre-order on Amazon and if you do so before 2 April it will only set you back £6.49 with free delivery, which is 50% cheaper than its normal price of £12.99.
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