When you're taking the runway by storm and getting on flights every day, you do end up learning quite a bit about keeping your skin in good shape. Not just that, supermodels also have access to some of the world's best skincare and makeup masterminds, so, obviously, they know a thing or two about beauty. From Kendall Jenner to Miranda Kerr, we've put together a list of the best skincare tips that supermodels have given us.
Wondering why your skin is breaking out even though you're doing everything right? Your workout could be the issue. Supermodel Karlie Kloss suggests that you should clean your face before and after you exercise just to make sure it is free of any dirt and grime. Look for a formula that is gentle but effective and one that won't strip your skin of its natural oils.
Up until 2010, model Lakshmi Menon was one of the only Indians whose name we would constantly hear in the fashion industry and it is safe to say, she knows what she's talking about when it comes to her skin. She swears by a German cosmetic brand, Dr. Hauschka's Rose Day Cream, and prefers sticking to organic skincare.
Jasmine Tookes' beauty secret is by far the most budget-friendly one out there: ice cubes. The model makes sure she ices her face every night before bed and this leaves her skin and pores taut. If rubbing a cold ice cube directly on your face isn't your jam, just invest in an ice roller.
When a Kardashian or a Jenner drops a skincare tip, you best believe we're listening (and taking notes). Kendall Jenner likes to whip up an avocado oatmeal, honey (moisturizes), and lavender oil face mask at home from time to time. This nourishes, soothes, and gently exfoliates the skin to keep it thoroughly cleansed.
Bella Hadid swears by gentle products for her sensitive skin. She loves slathering on the Decléor Aromessence Rose D'Orient Soothing Oil Serum before applying her makeup because this face oil is chock-full of chamomile, rose and neroli oil that soothe the skin and calm irritation.
Kaia Gerber has picked up a few tricks of the skincare trade from her supermodel mom Cindy Crawford. She makes sure that the last step of her skincare routine involves massaging vitamin E oil all over her face. Vitamin E is rich in antioxidants that neutralize free radicals and boost collagen production.
As much as we love taking skincare tips from the best in the business, it is important to remember that the key to great skin lies in being consistent with your routine. Whatever you decide to include in your regime, make sure you're patient since you're most likely to see results after 28 days. Which tips are you incorporating into your skincare sesh?
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