No facials for Lopez

No facials for Lopez

Jennifer Lopez doesn’t have facial treatments, crediting her appearance to lots of sleep, drinking water and relaxing.

She said: “I try to get enough good sleep, about seven or eight hours and I drink a lot of water.

“I don’t have facials or treatments. I don’t like messing with my face or my skin too much. I don’t do scrubs or peels or anything like that, I just do the basics. I use moisture masks a lot though.

“If I have a red-carpet event, I’ll do a face mask in the morning. And I’ll take a nice bath to relax myself because I think the better you feel, the better you look. Then I’ll have a coffee and take the day slow. I don’t like to rush.”

Jennifer – who is married to Marc Anthony – also admitted she struggled to get back in the exercise habit following the birth of her twins Max and Emme, now three.

She added to Company magazine: “After I had the babies, I wasn’t motivated at all. I did a triathlon, which was a goal I had set for myself before having them. I did it because I’d said I was going to do it and it was for charity. After that, I stopped exercising totally for a while.

“I was tired, the babies were my life and I just wasn’t motivated. It took a lot of mental energy to get focused again.”

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