Heather Lounsbury: A highly accomplished acupuncturist, herbalist and nutritionist. In her words to Women Fitness “My skin and hair is the direct result of my lifestyle and eating habits. Our skin and hair need certain vitamins and minerals just like the rest of our bodies. My skin care products are mostly from a company called The Vital Image based out of Los Angeles. Their products are organic and 100% natural. Same goes for my hair.”
Alexa Towersey : Who is a highly accomplished Pilates expert, Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach speaks elaborately on skin care. According to her ” I’m always in the gym, or out and about running around, so I’ve never been into makeup, and I think that goes a long way in being able to keep my skin clear and fresh. I’m a big advocate of taking care of yourself from the inside out, from the food you eat, to the water you drink, to the sleep you get, to the products you put on your skin. Most people forget that the skin is the biggest organ in the body, so it’s just as important to nourish it – I’m a fan of natural, organic products – my favorite brand is Acure.”
Celia Sawyer: A self-made multi-millionaire, interior designer, a dealer and a fit mom. WF questioned her on possessing a glowing skin and gorgeous hair. Her response “I take vitamins and I am using something called Skinade which is full of goodness and also collagen I also think that eating and sleeping well helps!”
Sofia Hayat: A British Asian actress, model and singer rated by FHM as one of top 100 sexiest women in the world has much to say on gorgeous skin ” I have regular saunas and steam, as well as exercise, and drink at least two litres of Fiji water a day. The best thing you can do for your skin, is exercise which provides increases blood flow to the skin!” She keeps her skin routine simple with a simple moisturiser and cleanser and never sleeping with makeup on! “I use Orbie products on my hair and put olive oil in my hair once a week, I leave it overnight. This nourishes my hair and stops it getting dry. When I’m on a film set, they use so many products, driers and tongs, I need to put back in the moisture and oil.”
Kate Partridge: Stunningly beautiful sports journalist, broadcaster, editor, TV presenter is particular about her skin care. As said by her “I use Botanics All Bright Eye Soothing Eye Make-Up Remover and Johnson & Johnson’s Clean & Clear Cleanser on my skin at night. Otherwise, I wash my face in the shower with Clinique Liquid Facial Soap and a Clarisonic Mia sonic facial cleansing brush. Then I sometimes use Oil of Olay moisturizers, as well as Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate. I never go outside without wearing makeup or at least moisturiser. This helps to protect your skin against the environment as well as looking good!”
Miranda Kerr: Her secret weapon? Rosehip oil. It’s full of antioxidants and fatty acids and the fresh-faced angel credits her lack of stretch marks to frequent application throughout her pregnancy.” Also, Kerr told readers of Australian Cosmopolitan that coconut oil was the key to her clear skin, shiny hair and trim figure, saying she ingests four tablespoons a day, either on salads, in her cooking or in her cups of green tea.
Kerrie Lee Brown: As spoken to Women Fitness “I am a huge advocate of taking off my makeup at night before bed. It’s essential for the skin to breathe while you are sleeping and recuperate from daily toxins. I am pretty minimal when it comes to makeup regimens but I do use a night cream and eye gel roller to eliminate fine lines and wrinkles. I always use a good moisturizer during the day and only wear foundation on special occasions-and never to the gym!”
Heather Rae Young: An exceptionally talented and accomplished model and actress speaks up to WF on skin and hair care “I take fish oil and vitamins daily, and use good products and get a facial with ext actions once a month. I am lucky to have such long hair especially being a blonde. I am proud to say I have no extensions!! My secret is I get a blowout once a week and usually never wash it more than that. I don’t think I washed my own hair in 6 months or more.”
Bella Hadid: After a long day, Bella Hadid detoxes using one of her mom’s clay blends (which we recommend punching up with a bit of apple cider vinegar), the model shared with Allure. For a boost of moisture, the newly-ordained Vogue cover girl favors a hydrating mask.
Lydia Bright: Who rose to fame on TV Show ‘The Only Way is Essex’ shares “I do have quite a lot of skin treatments, I have regular facials. I’m a big believer in MK emporium facials. And yea I think I do tend to look after my skin, I use my Skin Tone Cream every night and Cult 51 twice a week.”
Let the celebrity skin care secrets inspire you to embark on your own path towards flawless skin.
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