Martha Hunt shares her skincare secrets

Martha Hunt’s skincare regime changes season to season.The Victoria’s Secret Angel has walked in numerous fashion shows and also fronted campaigns for some of the most famous brands in the world, including Ralph Lauren, Prada and Jason Wu. Though the m…

Martha Hunt’s skincare regime changes season to season.

The Victoria’s Secret Angel has walked in numerous fashion shows and also fronted campaigns for some of the most famous brands in the world, including Ralph Lauren, Prada and Jason Wu. Though the model has a very busy working schedule, she never neglects her skin and knows what works for her depending on the time of year.

“I use heavier moisturisers during the winter and lighter moisturisers during the summer,” she explained in an interview with StyleCaster. “When I take off my make-up, I always use a foamy cleanser and I use an exfoliator once a week to really clear up the skin, along with skin serums to keep it bright.”

Her supple complexion also means that the 29-year-old often favours an understated natural looking face.

“Sometimes the best beauty look is clear, fresh skin and a little colour on my lips, like Victoria’s Secret Velvet Matte Cream Lip Stains,” she shared, adding that her lips stay nourished thanks to ingredients like vitamin E and olive oil.

In addition to aesthetics, Martha went on to emphasise the importance of physical and mental wellbeing, and particularly praised the benefits of meditation, which she tries to practice every day.

“Sometimes it’s a challenge to fit in meditation, but I think that’s really important because it helps clear my mind. It helps me feel really centred and block out the noise,” the fashion star smiled. “I try to fit in 20 minutes a day if possible or every other day if I can.”

Martha also travels with a resistance band in her luggage so she always has opportunity for a quick work out.

“I can just put them around my thighs and do a quick leg exercise. Even if it’s just for 5-10 minutes, it makes you feel better instantly,” she insisted.

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