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Megan Fox: I love facials

Published 08/03/2014

Megan Fox
Megan Fox

Megan Fox can't have as many facials since giving birth.

The 27-year-old is considered one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood and always looks glamorous on the red carpet.

She has sons Noah and Bodhi with her husband Brian Austin Green, which means the brunette has had to take her beauty regime down a notch.

"Facials are my biggest beauty indulgence," she admitted to the latest edition of British magazine InStyle.

"I love those crazy placenta and oxygen facials. They're not cheap, but they really do work to revive your skin and make you feel refreshed. I used to have an oxygen facial once a month, but since having a baby it's not possible time-wise, so I save it for special occasions."

Megan had Noah in September 2012 and her second son was born just this year, in February.

Since being a busy mom of two, she's also had to make sacrifices when it comes to exercising.

"When it comes to keeping fit, it's hard to find the time to work out every day, but I do try to see my trainer twice a week," she revealed.

"If I can't, I'll go for a walk, and I have a three-storey house, so, if nothing else, I'll run up and down the stairs."

Megan is known for her porcelain skin, which she protects by using SPF 50 daily.

She also has to pay extra attention to keeping it hydrated.

"During the day, I don't normally put anything on my skin besides moisturiser and sunscreen. My skin is sensitive and dry, so everything I use has no fragrance or harsh ingredients," she shared.

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