If what you want to achieve is incredible skin, you should follow these tips that work so much for Gisele. Are you ready?
Gisele Bündchen practices a healthy lifestyle, meditation, exercise, and clean eating that are her axes for living well. But she also takes great care of her skin in this way. Let's see!
1. The best ally for your skin is water
Water is the best ally to have beautiful skin, so you have to drink it in abundance. Gisele also relies on electrolytes, which help her better absorb water and increase hydration tenfold. She drinks a lemon-flavored drink which is a very nice bonus. Rest is also essential, as the lack of sleep is immediately noticeable in the facial features.
2. Coconut oil, the best secret for glowing skin
She always removes her makeup with organic coconut oil (the same one she uses for cooking) because it is the easiest way to remove all traces of makeup. Gisele also puts it all over her face, removes it with a cotton pad, and then rinses everything off with warm water. Then Gisele intensely nourishes her skin with a good moisturizer, before applying makeup. This is the secret to make it healthier and smoother.
3. Morning and evening routine to delay the effects of aging
In the morning, Gisele cleanses her skin, she sprays her face with an aromatherapy mist in which she incorporates different ingredients as needed, be it rose or lavender. Then, apply a serum to leave skin healthy, hydrated, and smooth.
Living in Florida with humid air, she really doesn't need a moisturizer other than serum. At night, instead, Gisele cleanses her skin, sometimes exfoliates it, then takes out her serum, a moisturizer, occasionally a mask, an eye contour, and she is ready to go to bed. It is very important to apply the moisturizer at night so that the skin has time to absorb it.
Bonus tip: positive thoughts
Even more essential: Gisele says to flood with positive thoughts, have constructive conversations, read, and see inspiring things. Because beauty is not limited to what you put on the surface of your skin, but also what you put into your life. And then there is love, the love we have for ourselves and others.