Do you ever wonder how the stars of TV and screen manage to look so fresh and youthful? Here are some of the anti-aging secrets of several of our most perdurable celebrity beauties:
DEMI MOORE, age 51
“I moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. No matter how late it is when I get home, I take the time to clean and moisturize my face. If you focus on skin care, you won’t need a lot of make-up.”
VIOLA DAVIS, age 48
“I think everyone, as they age, especially women, should celebrate morphing into different life stages. We morph into different roles.”
CATHERINE ZETA-JONES, age 44
…says that moisturizer is a key part of her youthful look. “I was under the impression for many years that if you put on too much moisturizer, your make-up isn’t going to stay on. That’s a complete fallacy.”
JENNIFER ANISTON, age 45
… says that yoga is a vital part of her anti-aging efforts.
HALLE BERRY, age 47
…confides that, in addition to exfoliating her skin, she rubs pure Vitamin C on her face before putting on moisturizer
VANESSA WILLIAMS, age 51
… is candid about her occasional use of Botox to maintain her youthful look. She also regularly practices Pilates and takes dance classes.
KATE WINSLET, age 38
… is famous for her anti-plastic surgery stance. She follows a different approach to beauty: a look that’s au natural.
GWYNETH PALTROW, age 41
… says that she always looks her best after a good night’s sleep.
FELICITY HUFFMAN, age 51
… recommends taking advantage of the days when you don’t have to wear make-up. “Just let your skin breathe.”
SARAH JESSICA PARKER, age 49
… is committed to staying fit and healthy by “…doing yoga whenever I can.”
CINDY CRAWFORD, age 48
“You can get any plastic surgery in the world, but hair color is what enables women to look younger longer.”