Jennifer Aniston shares how she maintains a 'radiant' appearance at 54

Jennifer Aniston shares how she maintains a 'radiant' appearance at 54
Diana Moran takes the GB News panel through her morning exercise routine
Anna Barry

By Anna Barry

Published: 18/01/2024

- 14:43

Jennifer Aniston shared how she stays looking young with makeup and lifestyle hacks

Hollywood royalty Jennifer Aniston, 54, has been radiant for the several decades she has been on our screens.

Since catapulting to stardom with Friends in 1994, fans of the actress have praised her fabulous looks.

This week, the star opened up on how she maintains her appearance and she provided some top tips - and they're super easy to follow.

The "timeless beauty" was queried on the main things she does to remain "radiant" while attending the 2024 Critics Choice Awards.

Jennifer Aniston on the beach

Jennifer Aniston likely eats well and gets plenty of exercise to keep up her incredible physique

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Her radiant complexion is down to her love of drinking water and getting enough sleep

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Jennifer told Entertainment Tonight: "Well, an insanely incredible makeup artist, I also drink a lot of water and I get my sleep."

Now while most women don't have the luxury of an amazing makeup artist, it is possible for mature ladies to take years off with some makeup tricks.

Beauty expert Hayley Walker recently spoke to GB News about how women can look more youthful with some handy makeup hacks.

She said that the eyes can be "tell-tale signs of our age ", and one way to make them appear younger is to use concealer to brighten them up.

As for drinking plenty of water, this is something everyone can get into the habit of.

According to experts Dr Scott Sattler and Dr Joshua Cooper, "you will look younger" if you drink water.

They said: "As it turns out, one of the best-kept secrets for healthier, younger-looking skin is as easy to find as turning the tap.

"Water makes up a large percentage of your body weight, and when you don’t drink enough of it, it shows in your skin. Without enough water, your skin looks dull, and prematurely aged."

Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer looked fabulous as she walked her dog, Clyde

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People can also sleep their way to a younger looking face.

Not getting enough sleep can leave the skin looking lacklustre, so upping your snooze time will do wonders for your complexion - think less blemishes and wrinkles.

What's more, sleep helps regenerate body tissues, including bones, muscles and skin.

According to a study published in the National Library of Medicine, chronic poor sleep quality is associated with "increased signs of intrinsic ageing, diminished skin barrier function and lower satisfaction with appearance".

Another benefit of getting enough shut-eye is reducing your chances of developing dementia. A neurologist revealed the optimal amount of sleep for brain health.

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