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We’ll have whatever she’s having.
At 71, Susan Lucci is at the top of her game. The soap opera star is launching an activewear line with QVC, loves pilates and is adamant about taking care of herself from the inside out.
“We get a certain gene pool and you want to take the best care of it that you can. I do crunches to keep those abs going strong and flat. I’m not a sedentary person. I eat very clean, not in an exaggerated way," she told Megyn Kelly TODAY. "Pasta is my downfall with some meatballs. I’ll have a piece of cake. I love a hot fudge sundae. I eat salmon, blueberries and avocado. I drink hot water and lemon, after two cups of the coffee in the morning."
But not everyone is blessed with her complexion. So we had to ask the artist otherwise known as Erica Kane, from “All My Children,” to share her skin care secrets with us.
Neutrogena Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes, $7, Amazon
Cle de Peau cleansing wash, $68, Nordstrom
“I use La Mer eye cream and La Mer soft cream moisturizer. I didn’t even start thinking about protecting the area around my eyes in my late 20s. I wish I had thought about my neck earlier. Your face doesn’t end at your chin.”
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She moisturizes with her go-to product. “I use this body lotion — I learned this from a makeup artist — it’s called Original Sprout Scrumptious Baby Cream. It’s vegan. If it’s safe for babies, it’s so clean, that’s what I use. No chemicals. It smells beautiful,” she said.
Original Sprout Scrumptious Baby Cream, $20, Amazon
This cream is also available on BeautyCareChoices.com for $12.
Aquaphor Advanced Therapy Healing Ointment Skin Protectant, $9, Amazon
This is also available in a tub from Walmart for $14.
Fresh Sugar Lip Polish, $24, Nordstrom
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