Ever thought, why celebrities look so good? How do they look younger than they actually are?

Here are eight celebrity beauty tips and products that can help make you look younger and can help your skin glow.

Exfoliation is the Fountain of Youth

Christie Brinkley stated that she started her day by exfoliating her face every day for 40 years.

She believes that the exfoliator from her skincare line is modeled after her skincare ritual and uses it because its gentle.

Sleep and Water Equals to Major Glow

Lea Michele, an American actress, singer and author, believes that there is a difference in her skin when she is well rested.

It may sound like a cliché, but it does have a good impact on your skin, from fewer wrinkles to glowing complexion.

Eat Your Greens for Acne Free Skin

The 2012 winner of the Miss Universe pageant, Olivia Culpo realized the importance of holistic skincare when she changed her diet.

She said that she has a sweet tooth and loves ice cream, but substituting dairy products from her diet to green veggies, helped her.

Go Get a Massage

Cate Blanchett recommends removing stress from everyday life to get a better glow.

She also endorses the use of vitamins because she has been using it for many months and believes it makes a huge difference.

Choose your Ingredients Personally

Leona Lewis’ major products come from her herbalist mother’s kitchen; they make their own moisturizers and oils.

Her Guyanese grandmother’s oil and regimen has helped her amazing skin.

Adjust your Routine

Jessica Hart admitted to using different products depending on how her skin reacts to changing seasons and of course, her mood.

She uses Dr. Hauschka’s Rose Day Cream Light in summer and La Mer Creme de la Mer in winter.

For Glowing Skin, Look into Your Fridge

Priyanka Chopra, the winner of the Miss World 2000 pageant, recommends using a natural mask for luminous skin.

She mixes equal parts of yogurt and oatmeal (about 1-2 tablespoon each) with turmeric (1-2 teaspoons), then applies it on her face.

She recommends leaving the mask for half an hour and washing it off with lukewarm water.

Don’t Overuse Products

American fashion model and actress, Erin Heatherton believes using too many products can irritate the skin.

She urges people to rinse their face with warm water couple of times a week and eat plenty of food rich in Vitamin A to help keep skin clear.

A Well-Rounded Approach is Key

Olivia Palermo believes staying out of the sun, drinking lots of water, and creams that work best on specific skin types have positive results.

She also recommends eating berries since they are full of antioxidants.

Don’t Be Afraid to Experiment

Sofia Vergara, the Columbian actress and model, believes in trying out different products that are good and beneficial for her skin.

She loves trying everything and taking care of her skin as much as she can.