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If you thought Nicole Kidman used a plethora of luxury products to maintain her youthful appearance, think again.
The 52-year-old actress recently revealed that one of the secrets to her skincare routine is a £13 sunscreen.
Speaking to Allure for the beauty magazine’s November 2019 issue, the Pretty Little Lies star said: “Definitely as I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized those creams are necessary. I’m shooting outdoors a lot, so the most important thing is the sunscreen — I use Neutrogena SPF 100+.”
And the actress uses it a lot, every 90 minutes to be exact.
“I reapply every 90 minutes, every single day” she told the publication.
The sunscreen is one of Neutrogena’s best-selling products and boasts a light-weight feel, fast absorbency and Helioplex Technology that offers superior protection from UVA rays.
Sunscreen is not only important to protect skin from the sun’s ultraviolet radiation, which can not only cause painful sunburn, but also, cancer. It also protects against photoaging, where prolonged sun exposure can cause wrinkling, loss of elasticity and spotting. Therefore, the product may indeed be one of the anti-aging secrets behind Nicole’s flawless skin.
“Great sunscreen with super high SPF protection. Feels smooth on the skin (velvety), non greasy and hydrating. Good for everyday city life. Goes nicely under light make up (possibly heavy makeup to but haven't tried it yet)” reads one five-star review.
Another says: “This product feels light, absorbs well and smells great. Also works, you don't burn. Would never go past this product now, worth every penny”.
Although we’re sure Kidman has used an array of expensive products in the past, the actress, who has been a global ambassador for Neutrogena since 2017, just proved you don’t need to spend insane amounts of money to get high-quality skincare.