The best skins in showbiz (and how they get it)
We’ve touched on the topic of stars with not-so-good skin before, but what about celebs who are, in addition to their fame, fortune and overall good looks, also blessed in the complexion department? (Some folks really do have it all.)
One such person on local shores is former MediaCorp artiste Jacelyn Tay, as revealed by celebrity makeup artist Clarence Lee at the launch of dermatologist cosmetics range BeautyBiotics two weeks ago. The “intelligent” skincare line consists of five products that offer all-in-one benefits, such as a BB/CC cream that covers, moisturises and protects; and a cleanser that thoroughly removes impurities yet hydrates – giving anyone the chance to achieve that “perfect canvas” for makeup, as Clarence claimed Jacelyn has.
“She is very careful,” he elaborated to us in a short interview. “Once I had a photo shoot with her, and whenever she had to go under the sun, she would always use an umbrella or show her face only when necessary. That’s how careful she is, and that’s why she has such wonderful skin.”
The actress has also previously dished out her other beauty tips from the often-heard “get enough sleep and drink lots of water”, to eating white fungus and birds’ nest and staying away from coffee.
Besides Jacelyn, here are nine other celebrities whose barefaced skin makes ours green with envy:
BeautyBiotics is available exclusively at leading Watsons stores. Prices range from $39 to $49.