Victoria Beckham Revealed How She Eats Her Way To Flawless, Smooth Skin
Perfect skin starts with whats on your plate. And when youre a star, theres no other choice than to have perfect skin.
Seriously, I think they make you sign a contract or something. Its all very hush-hush, nudge-nudge.
In a recent interview with Net-A-Porters The Edit, the fashion designer formerly known as Posh Spice gives the low-down on how she keeps her face clear in the midst of running a business and parenting four children.
The secret, according to Beckham, is salmon. For years, Beckhams followed the likes of Kim Kardashian in visiting the office of dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer. Hes known to advise extremely healthy diets focused primarily in fishy meals.
I used to have really problematic skin and he said to me, You have to eat salmon every single day.
I said, Really, every day?
And he said, Yes; breakfast, lunch or dinner, you have to eat it every single day.
I can barely stand eating the same thing two days in a row. What are the odds Beckham has just started grinding it up into a fish smoothie so shell have to taste it less?
Still, the fatty fish is rich in the omega-3s needed for healthy skin. Its possible Beckham previously had some kind of deficit.
When shes not slurping down another aquatic meal, Beckham also recommends plenty of beauty sleep as her ultimate anti-aging trick.
Beckhams sworn by Lancers skincare guidance for years, now. Under his tutelage, shes begun exfoliating before washing her face and using simple products every day.
Like any other mom, however, Beckham admittedly struggles with getting to bed on time. In 2013, she told Harpers Bazaar bedtime is between 12 pm and 1 am, which makes her 6 am wake-up time seem even worse.
I like to get as much sleep as I can. But when youre a mummy, you kind ofwell, it would be nice.
If you havent yet given birth to tiny, sleep-ruining devils, heres the trick: Get as much sleep as possible until you do.
Oh, and dont skip the fish course.
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