This is the SPF that Caroline Hirons swears by for glowing skin

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She's one of the most trusted skincare pros in the game and author of the best-selling book Skincare, so when Caroline Hirons recommends a product you know it's going to be a good'un.

With a heatwave climbing up to the 40degree mark in the UK, it's likely you're in the market for a new SPF. So what is Caroline's latest go-to? The new Coola Dew Good Illuminating Serum SPF, among the first of its kind that offers broad spectrum SPF in soaring temps, blue light protection (to save you from your day-long screen time) and a serious glow.

Here's everything you need to know about this next-gen face protector and serum, and why CH is such a fan...

'It's really hard to get people to find an SPF that they fall in love with,' says Hirons. 'For me it's the joy of having something that you can apply easily; add your moisturiser, and you're good to go – knowing you have a broad-spectrum SPF that is lightweight and dewy.'

What sets the SPF apart?

The formula itself is a rare breed. Unlike standard sunscreens applied as the last step in your routine, this serum goes on before your moisturiser.

Then, there's the glow. 'There comes a point when you look in the mirror and there's not much 'dew' going on,' says Hirons, as to one of the many reasons she decided to partner up with Coola on the brand's latest suncare launch. 'I'm very much here for the dew,' she tells WH.

What are the benefits?

  • Provides broad spectrum SPF 30 against UVA/UVB rays

  • Adds a dewy glow to skin

  • Acts as a primer before applying make-up

  • Helps to minimise the damage caused by blue light

  • Contains probiotic technology to lock in moisture

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