What do Celebrities Use for Skin Care?
Posted on February 06 2019Thumb through any magazine or flip through a few TV channels and you are bound to find beautiful celebrities with perfect skin smiling back at you. Even in their most candid pictures (paparazzi, anyone?), celebrities seem to have better complexions than the rest of us. So what is it that gives them the edge when it comes to skin care? Are they spending all of their millions on their beauty products? Is there some secret celebrity fountain of youth that they all gather together and drink from? Probably not. Turns out, many celebrities swear by some pretty simple tips and tricks. Read on to see how you can get celebrity skin yourself.
Tip #1: Expensive isn’t always better.
Even though they can technically afford it, there are celebrities who choose products that you can find at any Wal-Mart or drug store—although, let’s be honest, chances are they send someone else to buy it for them! Drew Barrymore loves a bargain and is perfectly happy with her ten-dollar cleanser, which she uses every day. It just goes to show that’s what is most important when it comes to skin care, you don’t have to shell out your life savings to find what works for you.
Tip #2: Just say no!Celebrities like to party, but big stars like Jennifer Lopez and WHO maintain a pretty strict no-alcohol, no-cigarettes policy, and swear that it’s a key factor in keeping their skin healthy and glowing. They also say no to the sun—that is, they never go outside without the protection of a good sunscreen or SPF moisturizer. Oh, and even with their busy schedules, coffee is always decaf, since caffeine can easily dehydrate and irritate skin, leaving it looking tired and worn out.
Tip #3: Go green
Using organic, natural beauty products is all the rage right now, with celebs like Jessica Alba and Gwyneth Paltrow are always touting the newest “green” product. But it turns out that some of the best natural skin care products are right in your own kitchen. Coconut oil is a favorite among the stars for moisturizing and fighting wrinkles, and olive, almond, and grape seed oils are also credited for their healthy glow.