Despite the hot and unforgiving summer climate of Hong Kong, local celebrities seem to possess glowing hydrated skin under all conditions.
Singers and actresses including Michelle Reis (李嘉欣), Joey Yung (容祖兒), Kelly Chan(陳慧琳), Sammi Cheng (鄭秀文), and Rosamund Kwan (關之琳) reveal their secrets in maintaining a healthy complexion amidst the daily variations in humidity, as reported by Jayne Stars.
Michelle Reis Only Eats Fruit For Breakfast
In order to detoxify her body each morning, Michelle insists on eating only fruit for breakfast. She believes keeping her digestive system clean is optimal for healthy skin.
Furthermore, she would ensure her face is devoid of makeup on at least one day per week. This way, her skin would have room to breathe once in a while and be relatively free of chemicals.
Michelle would also devote some time in treating herself to a hydrating face-mask.
Joey Yung Started Using Cosmetics at Age 7
Many people believe that women should start taking care of their skin at around the age of 25, but Joey started to use her mother’s cosmetics products at the young age of 7. When she was 10 years old, she even made her own natural face-mask.
Joey’s determination to keep her skin looking healthy at an early age definitely seems to be worth the results.
Kelly Chan and Sammi Cheng Emphasize Skincare Routine
No matter how busy they may be, Kelly and Sammi ensure they complete all the steps in their skincare routine each day and night. This includes removing makeup, washing the face, patting on a toner, and applying a hydrating moisturizer.
Sammi rarely visits beauty salons, and believes the secret to healthy skin is keeping her skincare method simple. She expressed that removing makeup properly and keeping her skin hydrated are the two most important steps.
Rosamund Kwan Avoids Direct Sunlight
Besides using lotions that lock in moisture, Rosamund also avoids directly exposing herself to sunlight in order to minimize the harm that UV rays can cause. She also aims to receive as much sleep as possible, and avoids eating oily or spicy foods.