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7 Almost-Free Beauty Care From The World’s Top Supermodels

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We understand that models, as a group, have won the genetic lottery. But it still baffles us how they maintain beautiful glowing skin all. the. time. In theory, between the long flights, late nights, early call times, and the loads of makeup they wear on a regular basis, they should have breakouts, uneven skin tones, and roughness.

While they do have some of  the world’s top aestheticians’ numbers on speed-dial, or a makeup table full of luxe products, here are a few tips that are almost gratis from supermodels we know and love:

1.Kate Moss: Ice Facial To Refresh


After a late night out, Kate Moss starts her morning by submerging her face in ice water. “If I wake up in the morning and look tired and puffy, I fill a sink with ice and cucumber and submerge my face,” Moss says. “It instantly tightens everything, making you feel and look instantly awake. I saw Joan Crawford do it in Mommy Dearest.”

2.Lindsey Ellingson: Inversion For Glow


Lindsay Ellingson says yoga is the secret to her glow. She calls inversions (where your legs are lifted above your head and weight rests in your arms) the “natural face-lift” because “they increase blood flow and oxygen to the face, which gives you a healthy glow.”

3.Molly Sims: Gobble Up On Superfoods


Molly Sims knows good skin starts from the inside out. “I eat all the antioxidants, like goji berries, and I love flaxseed,” Sims says. “The best thing I do is adding a big spoonful of it to my smoothies. It’s great for your skin.”

4. Hilary Rhoda: Facial Massage To Depuff


Hilary Rhoda adopted a practice she learned backstage: facial massages. “Makeup artists at early-morning shows always give a good face massage to get the blood flowing,” she says. “Now I give them to myself! It’s a good little trick that wakes you up and de-puffs your face.”

5. Lindsey Wixson: Detox With Salt Bath


After a long day on the job, Lindsey Wixson revitalizes her skin with a (nearly free) soak in the bathtub. “It gets rid of all the toxins that build up after a long day of hair and makeup. I’ll fill the tub with warm water and Himalayan sea salt soak my body for 20 minutes, and splash my face a few times.”

6.Lily Aldridge: Sugar Scrub To Slough Away Dead Skin


When your skin needs more than a salt soak, do as the Victoria’s Secrets models do and scrub with the contents of your kitchen. “Coconut oil and sugar make a great at-home body scrub,” Lily Aldridge says. “Plus, it smells amazing.”

7. Petra Nemcova: Honey Beats Expensive Cleansers


Petra Nemcova trades fancy cleansers for honey when her complexion needs a boost. “Practically speaking, I love using manuka honey,” Nemcova says. “It’s an unusual trick. In the morning, make your face a little bit damp with honey, and sort of cleanse your skin with it. It is antibacterial and works like a cleanser, but at the same time, it plumps up your skin. Wash it off after about five minutes. It’s very natural and serves that dual purpose of cleansing while making your whole skin plump overall.”-Yahoo! Beauty


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