6 things Charlize Theron does to make 44 look like 34

Korin Miller
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From Harper's BAZAAR

Actress Charlize Theron is 44 years old, and her skin has arguably never looked better. It’s glow-y, smooth, and seemingly flawless, not least when she graced the red carpets this award season as an Academy Award nominee for her role as Megyn Kelly in Bombshell.

Of course, Theron works hard on her skincare routine. And here’s exactly what she does to maintain that fresh-faced look:

1/ She never skips the sunscreen

The actress told Harper’s Bazaar that she wakes up "really early" to help get her two kids ready for school. "When I wake up, I just rinse my face and put on sunscreen," she said.

"Lip balm and sunblock, always. I wear sunblock every single day," she also told Vogue.

2/ She’s big on moisturiser, too

At night, "I use serum, eye cream, and a really good moisturiser," Theron told Harper’s Bazaar. The Long Shot alum said she’ll try new stuff, but always likes to go back to "the classics," like Crème de la Mer.

3/ Theron prioritises her skin at night

Mornings are hectic in her house, which is why the actress spends the majority of time on her skin at bedtime, she told Vogue. "I have really learned to take care of my skin at night, so the mornings really are often just a hot washcloth, brushing my teeth, and putting sunblock on," she said.

4/ She gets very regular facials

According to Theron, her favourite facials are at Mila Moursi in Los Angeles. "Every three weeks, I’ll get a facial," she told Harper’s Bazaar.

5/ She eats well

Skincare starts from the inside out, which is why Theron focuses on her diet. She told Harper’s Bazaar that she’s into "plant-based raw foods".

6/ Ageing isn't an issue

"There are days when I really love my face and have no issues with the wrinkles around my mouth or eyes. Then there are days we tell ourselves, 'Oh my God, maybe it’s time to get a face-lift.' And that’s okay," Theron told InStyle. "It doesn’t mean I don’t want to age. The more we can understand that it’s normal and part of the process, the more we’ll take the pressure off."

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