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Eva Longoria shares secret to her youthful glow

Published 17/06/2016

Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria is "religious" about following her skincare regime and cleanses twice a day.

Eva Longoria takes her skincare routine very seriously.

The actress and businesswoman credits her clear complexion to using a three-step system, which she dutifully completes twice a day, even when she feels tired after a long day of work.

"No matter how late it is, I always take off my make-up. I cleanse, tone, and moisturise every single morning and night," Eva told Britain's Closer magazine. "I'm religious about it. I love putting on masks and scrubs and I make sure I have lots of water and sleep. "

The 41-year-old married television executive Jose 'Pepe' Baston in a lakeside ceremony in Mexico last month (May16), which was attended by stars Melanie Griffith, Ricky Martin as well as David and Victoria Beckham. And the brunette star thinks getting swept up in romance also has something to do with the youthful glow she is currently sporting.

"Of course, being in love makes a big difference in how you look. It makes your eyes sparkle and your skin glow. I always tell my friends that being in love is guaranteed to make you gorgeous," she smiled.

And while she has appeared in many advertising campaigns and has previously been named as one of Hollywood's most beautiful women by several publications, including People magazine, Eva claims she isn't always recognised, which has led to the occasional humorous incident.

While attending an event in Las Vegas, Nevada recently, Eva reveals she was asked for ID by a staff member at one of the casinos who thought she might be underage.

"I was playing the slot machines and this lady came over to me and said: 'Excuse me ma'am, you have to be 21 to play those,'" she laughed. "I was so excited at being asked I got her to do a Snapchat with me. It really made my day!"

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