“I’m obsessed with my skin. I’m very conscious of my skin. I think that’s why I look so good.” – Jennifer Lawrence – Jennifer Lawrence
“My skin has been my biggest obsession since I was a little girl. It’s something I’ve always taken really seriously. I feel like I’ve had bad skin my whole life, and I just wanted to make sure that I took care of it as much as possible.” “I’m very conscious of my skin,” says actress Jennifer Lawrence. “It’s something I really pay attention to.” She also credits her mother for teaching her how to look after her skin.
The Hunger Games star has been quoted as saying she loves her skin because it’s “the most beautiful thing” she owns. And while she admits she doesn’t always get enough sleep, she does try to take care of herself. “I’m obsessed with looking after my skin,” she said. “I think it’s important to be aware of what you put on your body. You’re putting chemicals on your body every day, whether you realize it or not.”
“My skin is like an old friend I’ve known since high school.” – Emma Stone
“I’m obsessed with my skin,” says Emma Stone. “It’s like an old friend I know since high school. It’s been through so much together. I love taking care of it because it takes care of me.” She adds “My favorite thing to do is just go home after work and put on a mask. It makes me feel really good.”
“My mom taught me everything I know about beauty,” she explains. “She always told me to take care of myself. My skin is like an old, dear friend I’ve known since I was a teenager. I treat it well because I want it to be around forever.”
“I love how my skin looks after I wash it. It feels so soft and smooth.” – Jessica Alba
“My mom taught me how to take care of my skin,” she said. “She would always tell me to wash my face twice a day and use moisturizer every night. I think that’s why I’ve had such nice skin since I was little.”
“The best thing about having great skin is that it makes me feel beautiful inside and out.” – Kate Hudson
“My mom taught me everything I know about beauty,” she said. “She always told me to take care of myself because if you’re taking care of yourself, then you’ll be able to take care of others.”
“I don’t like to use products that make me feel like I’m putting something on my face.” -Beyonce
“I’m always trying to improve my skin care routine,” says singer/actress Beyonce Knowles. “It’s important for me to take good care of myself.””I love using products that are natural and organic,” she adds. “I also like to use products that are hypoallergenic because I am very sensitive to certain things.” She says “A woman is most beautiful when she smiles. Other than that, the most valuable tip I’ve learned is always use a skin moisturizer!”
“My beauty routine consists of moisturizing, exfoliating, cleansing, toning, masking, and then applying sunscreen.” -Kylie Jenner
“I’m obsessed with my skincare routine,” she says. “It’s really important to me to take care of myself and not just focus on work. My makeup artist taught me how to apply foundation properly so that it looks even and smooth. She also taught me how to apply concealer under my eyes and blend it out. It makes such a difference!”
Let’s hear from other celebrities and movie stars what they do to keep it looking flawless!
“I have sensitive skin and I use products that don’t irritate it.” – Blake Lively
“The best thing about being a celebrity is that people always ask me how I stay so young. And I tell them, ‘It’s because I’m never without my moisturizer.” -Kim Kardashian
“Drink a bunch of water and get facials regularly. I take care of my skin.” – Angela Bassett
“I’m a big believer in that if you focus on good skin care, you really won’t need a lot of makeup.” – Demi Moore
“I think women should start to embrace their age. What’s the alternative to getting older? You die. I can’t change the day I was born. But I can take care of my skin, my body, my mind, and try to live my life and be happy.” – Olivia Munn
“The trick is to age honestly and gracefully and make it look great, so that everyone looks forward to it.” – Emma Thompson
“I like my skin best when it’s clean and glowy, and that comes from sleep, hydration, and happiness.” – Tracee Ellis Ross.
I completely agree with all the quotes and insights from all these stars. When you have dry, irritated, dull looking skin, the first question I recommend everyone to ask is “What your skin is trying to tell you?” Your skin talks to you in so many ways. Usually, skin problems is a mirror for deeper issues. This the way for your skin and body ask for your help and send up a red flag warning you that something is not well underneath.
Healthier beauty starts in the skin! Please protect it, so it can defend you against the world and you feel amazing.
Molecular Immunologist & Skincare Expert
As an Immunologist trained in Molecular Medicine and as an expert in skin care and cosmetic chemistry, Dr. Ebru Karpuzoglu has spent +20 years researching skin, impact of hormones on the immune system sharing her findings in international publications with her audience, and building an award-winning line of products. Trusted by scientists, doctors, editors, bloggers, celebrities and skincare lovers around the world, her deep real-world knowledge and research are invested in every drop of AveSeena.