Forget 10-step skincare regimens; according to Salma Hayek, the secret to great skin is not washing your face first thing in the morning.
Although it may be tempting to disregard this counsel, the outcomes are hard to disagree with.
The 56-year-old actress has flawless skin, and many often mistake her for someone much younger.
For those who are still hesitant, Salma assured followers that ‘it’s not horrible’ during a recent interview on her beauty secret.
In fact, the Golden Globe winner was eager to share her skincare secret, which had been passed down to her by her grandmother.
That happened when Hayek spotted a tweet from an admirer gushing about her radiant skin.
During an interview with British GQ, the Magic Mike actress stated that she did not wash her face in the morning, despite being advised to do so as a kid.
Her grandma taught her never to wash her face in the morning; it’s not horrible, folks, she told her followers.
Hayek asserted that despite having access to the world’s greatest physicians and cosmetic procedures, this was the secret to her young skin.
What occurs at night is that one’s skin creates all the oils that one’s skin needs to appear young, and it regenerates, she added. Therefore, wash your skin extremely well at night, but don’t wash the hard work off your skin in the morning.
Despite the fact that Hayek seems to be ageless, not everyone is persuaded by her suggestion.
After witnessing the video, Bruce Green, a chemist and the inventor of SOS Serum Skincare, recommended people not forego washing their faces in the morning.
He said that he likes Salma, but he disagrees with her grandmother’s or her ideas on skin washing. Cleaning is one of the single most essential things one can do for their skin.
He then stated that dirt collects on everyone’s skin during the day due to perspiration, makeup, sebum, and pollution.
As he stated, the best approach to fight against this is to wash twice a day: If one does not cleanse his or her face twice a day, one’s pores will get blocked, and one’s skin will begin to appear dull.
Despite this, the expert remains fond of the Frida actor, laughing, Salma—he admires her movies but not her skincare advice.