As the rays get stronger and we all look forward to soaking up some sun, updating your skincare to include a trusty SPF is a must-do even when it doesn't feel scorching outside. Molly-Mae Hague, the Love Island beauty, has been giving us major holiday envy and some top beauty tips from her latest ski trip.

She's been raving about a particular SPF. The product in question? The L'Oreal Paris Bright Reveal Dark Spot UV Fluid SPF 50+, which retails for £19.99 at Boots, or £13.50 with a Boots Advantage Card.

Taking to Instagram Stories, Molly-Mae shared with her followers, "This SPF has been my saviour this trip," adding that it "sits so well under your makeup". The praised L'Oreal Paris Bright Reveal Dark Spot UV Fluid SPF 50+ is crafted with a featherlight formula suitable for daily use on any skin tone.

Molly-Mae's 'saviour' SPF – L'Oréal Paris Bright Reveal Dark Spot UV Fluid SPF 50+ Niacinamide 50ml – is usually priced at £19.99

It offers high-level broad spectrum SPF 50+ protection against both UVA and UVB rays, while also containing niacinamide to help fade dark spots and marks left by past acne. With a stellar 4.6 out of 5 stars from 426 reviews, the L'Oreal Paris Bright Reveal Dark Spot UV Fluid SPF 50+ Niacinamide 50ml is clearly a crowd-pleaser, reports Wales Online.

An impressive 93 per cent of users would suggest this SPF to others. One satisfied customer, Mary Ann, commented: "I checked on the reviews for this product before I bought it as I was going on holiday. It is easy to apply and worked well in the Florida sunshine."

Kmac penned a glowing review: "This Dark Spot UV Fluid is a game changer. Not only is it protecting your skin with SPF 50+ it also brightens your skin and reduces dark spots and signs of ageing. It goes on easily without being sticky or greasy and feels light. You forget you have anything on until you see the difference in your skin. After the first use my skin felt nicer and looked healthier then with continued use the texture felt better, fine lines had almost went away and the skin tone was much more even."

Dreampast shared their early impressions, saying, "Have only used for a week and I'm quite impressed! Cream is quite thick and can leave slight trace around hairline- dark spots are slightly less noticeable-my skin feels more nourished," while Lauz29 offered praise for the product's consistency and benefits: "The dark spot fluid is a lovely lightweight uv fluid with spf 50. It has a non sticky texture thats non oily for under makeup. It helps protect and prevent dark spots while giving a radiant and moisture boost to the skin."

However, not everyone had a positive experience; Lauren reported some issues: "Bought this a week ago and used straight away, it has caused awful dry skin all over my face as well as loads of tiny bumps over my forehead, the dry skin is so severe that it actually painful. I know sometimes your skin needs to adjust to a new product but I couldn't possibly use any longer."

Alternatively, other top-selling SPFs from Boots include La Roche-Posay UVMUNE Anthelios Ultra-Light Fluid SPF 50 50ML (£20), No7 Future Renew UV Defence Shield SPF 50 50ml (£24.95, or £22.45 with an Advantage Card), and the CeraVe AM Facial Moisturising Lotion SPF 50 for Normal to Dry Skin 52ml (£16.50, or £13.20 with a Boots Advantage Card).

Or find others, such as La Roche-Posay Anthelios Anti-Shine Sun Protection Face Mist SPF 50+ 75ml (was £17.90, now £13.95) at Sephora, ULTRA VIOLETTE Supreme Screen SPF50+ Hydrating Skinscreen 50ML (also Sephora, £34), and the Suntouchable Invisible Sunscreen SPF 30 from e.l.f. (£14).

By Editor