Each figuring out what best works for them after years of trial and error, these 5 celebrities have all opened up on their top skin secrets. Finding their own personal fountain of youth, these stars have opened up on their own tricks to keeping that glow going and have shared how they do it.


1.      Cate Blanchett

Cate thinks sleep keeps her young: ''Not to think about it too much to be honest and sleep. You can't turn back time but you can try and sleep longer. If your insides are healthy then your skin will be healthier. And that's why I think it's important to feed the base root of your skin not just the surface of it. [I] love a bit of acupuncture and a good strong therapeutic massage....although it's not as regular as I like.''


2.      Eva Mendes

Eva swears by several natural products: "I prefer to look as natural as possible; I feel happy when my skin can breathe. I recommend moisturising your face throughout the day - I love natural oils such as almond and jojoba. Argan oil from Morocco is my total skin secret; it's spectacular! I take Omega 3 supplements and add lemon juice and chlorophyll to water to help my skin glow. A beauty tip I swear by was taught to me by mother. She out baby powder on the roots of her hair to absorb excess oil."


3.      Freida Pinto

Freida likes particular treatments to keep her skin glowing: ''From the outside a glycolic peel or microdermabrasion under the strict guidance of a good dermatologist is useful. Exercise is important and a good way to de-stress. Massage is also very relaxing and being relaxed is great for overall wellbeing and health.''


4.      Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth uses exfoliators and peels: ''I've always been told I have good skin so I try and look after it as much as possible. I usually deep cleanse and exfoliate my skin four times a week. I get a gentle peel from my facialist that takes away all the dead cells on the surface, and then I focus on moisturisation.''


5.      Lucy Liu

Lucy stays hydrated: "I drink a lot of water, and I've never had coffee. I think caffeine can be really bad for your skin. And I don't get facials, ever. "I think they damage your skin. People are getting peels and dermabrasion, and anything with the word 'abrasion' doesn't work for me. I also think a lot of plastic surgery hurts your skin."

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