Royal complexion: Meghan Markle’s ‘PERFECT SKIN’ secrets revealed by skin care expert
MEGHAN MARKLE manages to keep her skin radiant and glowing at all times according to a skincare expert who has revealed the several hacks behind the Duchess of Sussex’s flawless complexion.
Acne is common during pregnancy but after announcing she is expecting her first child, the former Suits actress’ skin appeared more gorgeous than ever.
Doctor Ross Perry, skin care expert and owner of skin clinics chain Cosmedics, told Express.co.uk that in order to get Meghan’s constant glowing complexion there are several hacks you can follow.
Mr Perry said: “Do regular steams at home, exfoliate a couple of times a week, drink vast amounts of water to keep skin hydrated and wear a sun protection factor at all times.
“This will help avoid pigmentation on the face.
“Stick to a healthy diet of leafy greens packed full of antioxidants, fruit and veg.”
However, the skin expert pointed out that in order to sport an utterly flawless skin like Meghan did on her wedding day, “several months of perfecting are involved”.
Mr Perry explained: “Meghan would have started a skin regime months ahead, specifically designed to improve the skin’s health from within, such as laser, microdermabrasion or skin peels.
“We also know she had regular bespoke facials.
“Skin peels can promote collagen production and stimulate cell renewal, tightening the skin and promoting a more even skin tone with a natural glow.”
The doctor also believes Princess Eugenie was as dedicated to her skin routine as her new cousin-in-law, estimating she followed “a seven step programme for at least six months”.
The skin care expert suggested Eugenie sported what is called a “glass skin” on her wedding day, which is “the Korean beauty technique that involves creating a gleaming, porcelain-like effect on the skin”.
But Mr Perry warned: “Unfortunately It’s not something you get overnight – it’s consistent skincare over a number of months which gives you that refined texture and involves double cleansing and the seven skin method.
“It is simply the act of applying a toner or a lightweight, watery essence to your face up to seven times—hence, the name “seven”.
“This is followed by moisturising, moisturising and moisturising again before applying a good quality sun protection factor.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK