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Friday 31 October 2014

Alec Baldwin raids wife's products

Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Baldwin

Hilaria Baldwin says her husband Alec Baldwin has started using her products.

The stylish spouse of the A-list actor announced in February this year that she is expecting the couple's first child.

Hilaria has teamed up with beauty brand Olay to promote their Ultra Moisture Body Wash after experiencing how tough pregnancy can be on a woman's skin.

Even Alec has been converted into a fan of the moisturising and cleansing wash.

"When I got pregnant, in terms of my skin, I just thought about moisturising. I'm terrified of stretch marks, terrified of anything happening to my skin. So I looked very closely at the products I was using and realised I wasn't very conscious about what I used in the shower," she laughed to Bella Sugar. "Oh yeah, he [Alec] uses all of my products!"

Hilaria learnt the importance of a good skincare routine as a child.

"My mother taught me to moisturise when I was younger. She used to say, 'You're a woman! You should know how to have soft skin,'" Hilaria continued.

The trained yoga instructor classes cleansing as a vital part of her routine. She advises a change of products in the summer and shared her recipe for cleansing on the inside as well as out.

"Keep in mind what kind of products you're using. If you slick gel into your hair before a workout, it could melt down your face when you sweat, causing breakouts," Hilaria advised. "Try mixing together honey and lemon in hot water and drinking it daily. It'll make your body more alkaline, which will keep your skin clear."

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