52-year-old looks decades younger thanks to £8 Boots beauty buy that leaves your skin wrinkle-free and glowing | The Sun

A 52-YEAR-OLD woman who is praised for looking decades younger than her age has revealed the secrets behind her wrinkle-free skin. 

Annamaria Kalebic has been described as looking in her late thirties by social media fans thanks to her youthful, glowing complexion. 

The woman has become somewhat of a social media phenomenon thanks to sharing her  top beauty, fashion and lifestyle tips.

And in one of her latest videos, Annamaria lifted the lid on the £8 beauty buy that she relies on to help turn back the clock.

She explained: “I get asked a lot about my skincare routine because I’m 52 years old. 

“Even though I don’t think my skin is that special, I do look after it and I try to keep it really well hydrated and looking its best.”

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Annamaria then shared the list of her top cleaners, as she said she regularly “interchanges” them to see which works best.

At the top of her list was none other than The Ordinary’s Squalene Cleanser, which can be bought from the likes of Boots for just £8 and promises to be a “game changer.” 

She said: “I’m starting off with my favourite cream to oil cleanser.

“It says even on there that this is a make-up remover and cleanser, and I would use this as my first cleanse.”

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In the video posted to her TikTok account, @annamariakalebic, continued: “It goes on like a cream, you rub your hands together and it turns it into an oil.

“It’s really good at dislodging your make-up. 

“I honestly don’t believe you need to spend a lot on cleanser. 

“At the end of the day, it’s taking your make-up off and you’re washing it away – it’s not going to sit on your skin.”

Annamaria then described it as “really good” and said even without a high price tag, it had good ingredients.

As the product description reads: “The secret here is squalane. It’s found naturally in your skin and acts as an awesome hydrator that helps prevent moisture loss. 

“The added Lipophilic Esters dissolve make-up and daily grime, leaving your pores free to breathe. 

“Alcohol-free, it also doubles up as a makeup remover that’s suitable for everyday use.”

But Annamarie said that’s not her only hero product, as she went on to handpick Paula’s Choice Calm Cleanser, which has a slightly higher price tag or around £20.

Speaking about its benefits, she said: “I use this as a second cleanse.

“It’s a gel-like cream that washes off really nicely and it’s really good when your skin’s feeling a little bit sensitive, so it calms things down.”

Her penultimate pics were Boots’ No 7 Derm Solutions cleansers in two different varieties, both of which are both £11.

She said the creamy cleanser is good for skin that’s “stressed out” as it’s “really comforting, hydrating.” 

Meanwhile, the gel version also got a big thumbs up. She said: “It’s really gentle and I love this as a second cleanse.”

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The final cleanser on her list was Clinique’s Take The Day Off cleansing balm, priced around £32, which she said was great for “dislodging everything” for you to wash away.

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