8 Celebs’ Best Beauty Secrets

The fountain of youth is a myth but slowing down physical aging may be possible. We’ve compiled some of the celebrities’ beauty secrets and no, these do not involve injections or going under the knife. No need to shell out too much cash for these, too.

Milk Spray

First is model Cindy Crawford with her regular milk facials, spritzing a combination of milk and mineral water all over her face. The lactic acid in milk gently exfoliates and brightens the skin.

Avocado Oil

Oscar-winner Lupita Nyongo uses vitamin-rich avocado oil as makeup remover since it simultaneously hydrates her dry skin plus giving her that healthy glow. Avocado is rich in antioxidants, too.

Cold Pressed Olive Oil

For actress Emmy Rossum, regular use of cold pressed olive oil is her skin moisturizing secret. She uses it on both skin and a bit on her hair after a bath.

Sugar Scrub

Kim Kardashian says that sugar in her body wash is the secret to her great skin. Sugar is a natural exfoliator, helping get rid of blackheads. Also, sugar’s glycolic acid helps moisturize skin and protect it from toxins.

Baby SPF

Singer Shakira uses baby SPF as it tends to be stronger than most adult SPF’s. Skin damage does lead to skin aging and skin disease after all.

Try and Try

Modern Family’s Sofia Vergara is on the adventurous side saying “When I hear anybody commenting that a (beauty) product is good or beneficial, I buy it. I love trying everything. I love products… and I try to take care of myself as much as I can.” If it seems like a non-thrifty idea, sample packets of various beauty products are available to truly test which works or not.

Sleep and Water

For actress Lea Michele, famous for her role in the TV series Glee, it’s good ol’ water and sleep for her stating “I know it’s cliché, but the most I ever see a difference in my skin is when I’m well rested.”


Aside from water, actress Cameron Diaz is a bit philosophical adding laughter and play as her beauty secrets.

Written by George K.

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