- Avoid Sunburn as Much as You Can
- Find Products that Truly Work for Your Skin
- Get Facials Regularly
- Get Good Quality Sleep Every Night
- Remove Your Makeup Before Bed
Celebrities are under a lot of pressure; they must always look their best. It seems that to maintain this appearance, you can't be a slave to fashion alone. In fact, celebrities are oftentimes the face of weird skincare remedies (we’re looking at your Kim Kardashian!) Celebrities have recommended numerous skincare products over the years — some of which they have been paid to endorse! If you're looking for honest skincare advice expertly curated from Hollywood’s biggest stars, look no further than our list below. We’ve taken renowned beauty secrets and compiled them here for you!
Avoid the Sun as Much as You Can
One of the most popular skincare tips that come directly from celebrities like Gweneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston, is to avoid the sun as much as possible. This is probably the most common skincare tip given—and there's no doubt why. The sun's UVA and UVB rays can be damaging to your skin, if not protected with a Broad Spectrum sunscreen.
Want to spend less time in the sun, but still achieve a natural tan? We’ve formulated an amino acid blend, that can be found in Base Tan and Smart Screen, that helps your skin produce more melanin, which speeds up the tanning process. This means you can spend less time out in the sun.
Find Products that Truly Work for Your Skin
Celebrities are also known for being picky customers. They refuse to settle for second best, especially when it comes to the products they allow to grace their skin. If a product doesn't promise to perform as advertised, likely, they won't buy it. So, if you want to get skin like theirs, you need to act like them a little when it comes to skin and body care products.
We know, with the overwhelming number of products out there, how do you find the best ones for you?
Research! Identify your skin type, texture, and what you’re looking to achieve. Look for ingredients that target your needs, and find products that contain those ingredients.
For example, if you are fair-skinned and very sensitive to sunlight, you may want to find products with seaberry seed oil, as this ingredient provides a protective layer, helping your skin block off UV Rays and supports cellular repair.
Eventually, you'll find products that suit your needs and goals for your skin. And when you finally do, stick to it!
Have Facials Every Month
Since their inception, facials have become a staple of celebrity skincare. And no one knows skin better than a professional aesthetician. They can really help prevent breakouts, smooth out fine lines, and give your face an all-over glow. Doing it every month might seem excessive, but it's worth it to do it regularly, whatever that may mean to you! So book your appointments in advance, and try not to cancel. Wouldn't it be nice to have a pampering sesh to look forward to every once in a while? Treat yo self!
Get Good Quality Sleep Every Night
Sleep is just as important as any other skincare tip on this list, if not more. Lack of sleep can lead to dull, sagging skin and dark under-eye bags. When you do not get enough sleep, you are more prone to stress, and stress always plays a large part in the development of wrinkles and fine lines. A surefire way to combat this is to stick to a regular sleep schedule and make sure you're getting at least 7 restful hours of sleep a night.
Remove Makeup Before Going to Bed
This might sound a little harsh but if you frequently go to sleep with makeup on, you're slowly destroying your skin. That makeup can clog pores and cause acne. So, if you want to have a fresh, youthful face in the morning, always make sure to remove your makeup before you hit the sack. Better yet, scrap the makeup altogether. Seems a bit extreme, right? Well, if you're trying to improve the quality of your skin, avoiding makeup is a great step in the right direction. Eventually, you might even feel that you don't even need makeup for beautiful skin! Celebrities don't wear makeup every day—and neither should you.
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