I'm 52 but people never believe me because I look so young – it's down to three products I swear by | The Sun

LOOKING to get rid of a few wrinkles?

Here’s the products you need to add to your skincare routine.

Lila runs an account called 50isthenewfword. 

She is 52 years old and shares daily skincare reviews and tutorials. 

She has over 11,000 followers on TikTok. 

In her most recent video she shared three products she uses to keep her skin looking youthful and glowy. 

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Lila says: “I have been using these products since I was about 20”.

First Hyaluronic acid. 

Lila is using The Ordinary's Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5. 

This is going for £6.40 in boots.

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She says “We know that it is great for keeping the moisture barrier intact and keeps your skin hydrated. 

Next Peptides.

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“Love, love peptides. Instant results with them as well as long term benefits to your skin. It plumps an reduces fine lines”. 

Lila uses the Matrixly 3000 collagen boosting serum from Depology. 

This is about £35. 

The serum claims to be a supercharged serum formulated to hydrate the skin, counter the visible signs of aging and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

If you’re working with a smaller budget The Ordinary have a Multi-Peptide + HA Serum (Formerly known as “Buffet”) for £11 on their website.

Lastly Vitamin C.

Lila is using the vitamin C brightening drops from Indeed labs that are priced at about £18 on their website. 

This lightweight vitamin C serum claims to restore your skin’s luminosity, radiance, and brightness with the power of vitamin C, a potent antioxidant your skin will be thankful for.

If you're looking for something a little closer to home boots are selling the Indeed Lab vitamin C24. 

This is a formulated cream and it’s £16.66.

Lila says: “What this does is it helps with any kind of skin scarring like acne or dark spots. But it also brightens and gives your skin overtime that beautiful glow”.

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Remember these serums/creams are best used after cleansing and before moisturising. 

It’s important to bare in mind Lila says she has been using the ingredients for 30 years so consistency and patience will be key to getting the best results with them.

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