43-year-old designer shares her secret to stay 20 forever
New Delhi : Taiwanese designer Lure Hsu is breaking the Internet world with her age appearance. She is 43-year-old but her glowing skin looks fresh like a skin of 23-year-old student. So how did she manage to look so young, is a big question for most of us, today?
Well, experts say that genetics certainly play a large role in her ageless beauty, it would be worth mentioning that Lure also adheres to a strict diet and exercise routine to ensure her mesmerizing looks don't fade away. For those who is in doubt about her young look at this old age, must look out for her diet and skin care routine.
Recently, in an interview with Taiwan's Friday magazine, the middle-aged woman suggested the majority of skin problems could be solved by frequent moisturising. She often exhibits products of her favorite brands on Instagram, like SK-II and La Prairie and to surprise all, her fan following on Instagram is 714, 000.
Lure says she don't spend much time in caring for her skin. Instead, she indulges with a small dose every once in awhile. Lately, the Internet star has introduced her younger sister Sharon who convinced her to star in an entertainment show.
In an attempt to minimise the Sun's effects, the 43-year-old always applies sunscreen before stepping outdoors. To give herself a boost Lure follows her regular skincare regime with oral supplements like Vitamin C and collagen. The 43- year-old Lure Hsu also shared that she starts her morning with a black coffee. She claims the practice 'wakes up her skin' but doesn't chase it down with any sugar.
In fact she avoids sugar and greasy foods at all costs, instead loading up on fruits and vegetables wherever she can.
Designer Lure follows vegetarian diet which includes high fibre and protein rich foods, which she balances out by engaging in regular exercise. She says the daily work out helps to keep her skin 'taut'
In career front, Lure owns a self-named clothing label in Taiwan which features a host of preppy sweaters and tiny mini skirts, some of which are promoted by the designer itself on social media.