Get Taylor Swift's OMG So Perfect Skin!

Tue, September 14, 2010 7:27pm EST by 4 Comments
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She may be barely out of her teens, but Taylor’s skin looks flawless!

Taylor Swift, 20, looked incredible Monday, Sept. 13, at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre for the Easy A premiere in Los Angeles. Didn’t she resemble a porcelain doll with skin that seemingly hasn’t been touched by the sun or a tanning salon? Note to all tanorexics, that means you Snooki and Kate Gosselin, Taylor will still look 20 when you look 70.  But to get skin that is as spotless as Taylor’s, it is actually caring for it from the inside out, not the outside makeup.

I know I constantly forget to take off my makeup before I go to bed, but it is very important to have a good beauty routine to prevent those pesky breakouts. According to Dr. Steven Dayan, “[Taylor] may use a cleanser and toner, both of which can be helpful.” A great cleanser is Noxema’s Original Deep Cleansing Cream. It is available at any drugstore, it is inexpensive and it does the job. You can literally feel the tingle.

He also explains, “Toners seem to be best for reducing oily areas of the T zones in those who are susceptible to excess sebum production. Toners evaporate quickly from the skin and give a welcoming sensory feeling to many along with providing mild moisturizing.” La-Roche Posay Effaclar Toner is an amazing micro-exfoliant toner that also helps with unclogging pores, and even reducing pore size.

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Neil Sadick tells us, “most people who have good skin use cleaner, toner, and broad-spectrum SPF. Using daily moisturizers are also key to having beautiful skin.”

To prevent aging and to keep skin hydrated, moisturizer is key.  Dr. Dayan thinks it is, “likely Taylor Swift with her flawless glowing skin is a enthusiastic user of sunscreens.” Peter Thomas Roth Max All Day Moisture Defense with SPF 30 defends against sun damage and moisture loss. He emphasizes, “Although a modest suntan can give a temporary improvement in the skin’s appearance this is far outweighed by the long term damage the sun can cause to the skin. Sun protection is necessary for all and a SPF of at least 15 is recommended especially one that blocks both UVA rays and UVB rays.”

–Jenn Murray

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