The Health And Skincare Secrets Behind Versace’s Ageless Original Supermodel Line-Up

Just how do they do it? By Emily Thornhill

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Donatella Versace closed Milan Fashion Week with her spring/summer 2018 showby paying tribute to the late Gianni Versace by reuniting five of the original 90s supermodelsNaomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, Carla Bruni, and Helena Christensen all walked hand-in-hand behind Donatella for an incredible finale.

All five are now in their late 40s and early 50s, but have barely aged since their supermodel heyday. So how exactly did they do it? From avoiding certain ingredients to swearing by weird and wonderful beauty treatments, find out how these supermodels maintain their weight and youthful skin below.

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Naomi Campbell, 47

Skincare: It’s also about hydration for Campbell who told Harper’s Bazaar, “In the shower I only use baby soap. I don’t like too many perfumed shower gels. I use Biofirm Lift cream, and I use eye cream. I moisturise my skin constantly, my whole body, and I use moisture serums for my face these days. I think all the makeup and heavy moisturisers just clog the pores.

Hair: After experimenting with different wigs, weaves braids and hair extensions in the name of fashion and modelling Campbell was left with bald patches. “I do take more care of my hair now, because I lost all of it with extensions,” she told the ES Magazine. “I am more careful and I do different things.”

Diet: She told Harper’s Bazaarthat “the first thing I do [in a morning] is have hot water with lemon and probiotics.” While also revealing that she does “juice cleanses two or three times per week”. In a 2016 interview with W, Campbell added that, “I take care of myself, eat well, try to balance what I put in my body. I stay away from sugar and drink lots of water.”

Exercise: In an interview with Shape the supermodel shared, “I’m even more active when I’m juicing, doing both yoga and Pilates every day.”

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