The 1 beauty investment you need to make for supermodel skin

Subjecting your skin to heavy make-up, long-haul flights and irregular sleeping schedules sounds like a recipe for disaster. So what kind of dark magic do supermodels employ to continue to look stunning despite having to deal with all these stressful factors and more? Turns out, the one beauty investment this genetically blessed tribe doesn’t mind blowing big bucks on is a good facial.

Supermodel-turned-actor-turned-designer Rosie Huntington-Whiteley offsets her hectic lifestyle by staying local to her trusted facialist. “Skin is something I really work on and pay attention to. I’m lucky that I get to see facialists on a regular basis so I get to discuss any skin concerns I have,” she admits. “A facialist is a real luxury and an investment, but I think if you can at least see an expert a couple of times a year and get a good routine recommended by them to take away and use at home it would make a big difference.” 

Victoria’s Secret model Martha Hunt agrees: “The beauty tip that I give my friends is that facials make a big difference.”

Fo the days when she needs a quick pick-me-up and can’t schedule in an appointment, Martha reaches into her bag of tricks for this: “My skincare saviour is a good serum. I like Earth Tu Face – it’s very hydrating and is perfect for planes. My skin tends to be on the dry side already so with the addition of travelling, it’s constantly dehydrated. It makes so much difference to my skin.”

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