Ashley Wady, expert at Bossface Cosmeceuticals explained: “Meghan has a very healthy and radiant glow to her skin, it’s likely that her products are medi-grade cosmeceuticals which contain a lot of active ingredients.
“When I talk about active ingredients I mean things like high strength vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid, AHAs, Growth Factors and Vitamin A (Retinols.)
“These sort of ingredients are great for brightening the skin, keeping it hydrated and plump while reducing signs of lines and wrinkles, keeping her complexion flawless and smooth.
“In my opinion, products you can buy in a skin clinic (or online but formulated by skin specialists) are always going to work better and faster than high street products,” she continued.
“Plus the active ingredients will be higher and more potent (generally why they are recommended by professionals).
“That’s not to say high street products won’t do something, it will more than likely just take that bit longer as the active ingredients won’t be as active.
“To achieve it on a budget, look for vitamin C’s with a minimum of eight percent, hyaluronic acids that contain sodium hyaluronate and AHAs such as glycolic and lactic acid.”
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