Don’t we all envy the ever-glowing skin of celebrities? Whether they are on the red carpet or at a grocery store running their errands, their skin looks flawless. No doubt there is always an expensive celebrity dermatologist behind the radiant glow, but there are some beauty secrets that keep them looking red carpet ready all the time. Here we have compiled some of the celebrity skincare secrets that you can easily use:
Age seems to have had no effect on Demi Moore; she looks as beautiful as ever. Her fountain of youth is probably her moisturiser, which she uses every day without fail. She says, “I moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. No matter how late it is, when I get home, I take the time to clean and moisturize my face. I’m a big believer in that if you focus on good skin care, you really won’t need a lot of makeup.”
Who doesn’t want smooth and supple skin like Rachel from Friends? After so many years, Jennifer still looks the same. She swears by Vaseline and claims to use it every night before hitting the bed. The 44-year-old actress applies a thick coat of Vaseline under her eyes to fight crow's feet and wrinkles.
The Amazing Spider-Man actress cracks open a bottle of olive oil to keep her skin glowing. She says, “I have a big bottle of olive oil on my sink. So I just put it on my face, and I smell like focaccia. And it’s really sexy." She further adds, "I’m allergic to everything so I’m pretty limited. Anything that’s oil, I want it all over my entire body."
Supermodel Naomi Campbell maintains her smooth skin with microdermabrasion. Her facialist Christine Chin told Harper Bazaar that she begins with a few glycolic peels and then uses microdermabrasion to exfoliate.
The former Bond girl is 46, but you can’t tell that from her glowing skin. The secret behind her perfect complexion is vitamin C. She claims to rub it directly on her skin. But, you don’t have to do that as there are many skin care products on the market that are enriched with vitamin C. So, consider using one of them for Berry-like radiance.
The Duchess of Cambridge is not only popular for her style, but also for her rosy cheeks. Reportedly, before her wedding to Prince William, she used bee venom facial for a smoother, more youthful complexion. While getting a bee venom facial can be really expensive, you can get your hands on venom-laced creams that are easily available in skincare stores.
The 33-year-old actress credits ice bath for her radiant skin. She says she dunks her face in an ice bath to get the quintessential glow. When asked how long she keeps her face submerged in the freezing water, she says that it depends how badly she wants it.
The 48-year-old beauty is not a fan of beauty products. She believes in cleaning her skin from the inside and for that she relies on detox. She told Us Weekly, “I’ve been doing juice cleanses for 15 years. My skin glows when I finish day three.” Her obsession with detox became more evident when she decided to co-found juice cleanse delivery service CoolerCleanse in 2008.