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Andie MacDowell’s beauty tips

Published 24/06/2015

Andie MacDowell
Andie MacDowell

Andie MacDowell has spoken about how she’s managed to remain radiant at the age of 57.

The 57-year-old actress hasn’t aged much since her classic film Groundhog Day was released in 1993.

And she credits her youthful looks to maintaining mental balance.

"I try to stay calm. I work on my state of mind. I work on my thoughts and feelings – as well as the outside of me – because I think it's all connected," she explained to People magazine. "It's interesting how your feelings affect your face and your expression and the muscles in your face. I try to stay happy."

Andie thinks focusing on skin health is very important.

She is also a big fan of eating nutritious foods.

“I moisturise a lot. I use a lot of sunblock; I eat super healthy,” the star noted.

Andie isn’t much concerned about growing older.

The star hopes to have a lot of good times in her Golden Years, whether or not she has wrinkles.

“[I want to] grow older and be active and have fun," she declared. "I want to be able to give myself a break as I get older. I think we're always so hard on ourselves. I hope I can laugh and just appreciate the fact that I'm alive, and be with good people."

Even though Andie likes to have a great time, she is not a heavy drinker.

In fact she tries her best to stay away from alcohol.

“I try not to drink. I will have wine, but I don't drink beer much. It dries your skin out," she said. "But it's just not something I need. I'm already kind of high as it is."

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