Stacey Solomon has shared her top tips for clear skin – and it’s achievable in under two hours.
The Loose Women star, 30, spilled her beauty secrets on Tuesday when she took to her Instagram stories during some pamper time.
The busy mum-of-three indulged in some self-care while her one-year-old son Rex took a lunchtime nap, which meant that Stacey finally had some time to herself.
The flame-haired beauty revealed that she’s had a breakout of spots and wanted to get rid of them as fast as possible.
So, she invested in some spot stickers, which are said to reduce the appearance of painful blemishes in just two hours.
Sharing her secrets with her 3.8 million followers, Stacey explained: “I got suckered into buying some spot stickers.
“If you stick the sticker on your spot, apparently it will disappear in two hours.
“My head spot isn’t bad today, but every cycle, it gets really angry and sore and almost never goes away, so maybe this will work.”
Stacey’s latest beauty update will be a welcome surprise from fans after the former X Factor star took a social media break on Sunday amid some sad family news.
The bubbly TV star recently opened up about her gran being ill , telling fans she was desperate to hug her but was staying positive.
Over the weekend, Stacey’s beloved granny was admitted to hospital which prompted the star to take a breather from social media in a bid to come to terms with the blow.
Stacey took to Instagram to reveal that she was going to spend some time helping her family.
“Just had an update on Grandma,” she penned.
“She’s doing OK and being looked after so well at the hospital. Thank you all so much for asking after her. It means the world. I’m going to spend the weekend helping my mum get things together and in place so I’ll be off my stories.”
The social media star is looking forward to giving her grandma a birthday hug next month when the lockdown restrictions on visiting other people are lifted.
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