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Jessica Biel Beauty Secrets + Diet and Fitness Routines & Regimens

Jessica Claire Biel is an American actress, model and singer. She is known for her television role as Mary Camden in the long-running family-drama series 7th Heaven.

Read below to get the scoop on all of Jessica Biel beauty secrets, beauty tips, skincare secrets, diet and fitness tips and more.


Jessica Biel Skincare Secrets and Routine

I never leave the house without slathering on Eminence Organics Tropical Vanilla Sun Cream SPF 32 (it’s a perfect non-streaky base for makeup).

Constant flying dries out my skin, so I make sure to moisturize everything. I always have Eminence Organics Eight Greens Youth Serum, Burt’s Bees Beeswax Lip Balm, and a super-thick hand cream in my carry on.

I’ve definitely started to think about [aging]. . . I’m a bit of a ‘fraidy cat when it comes to anything really aggressive. So at this point I’m pretty much [doing] sunscreen, hats, and moisturizing. I haven’t tapped into too many anti-aging products. But it’s definitely on my mind.

One piece of advice was from my friend’s beautiful French mother, who literally only ever washed her face with Dove soap and water and she has the most beautiful skin. And I’m looking at her going, ‘Have I been messing this up my whole life. . . buying all these beautiful products and I just needed Dove soap — what?!’ So I’ve heard that bit of beauty advice, and then of course — sleep, water, hydrate!

Oils I think have been really important for my beauty routine. I eat a lot of coconut oil and a lot of coconut butter. [I also like] fish oils for omega-3. I think it’s important for a beauty routine.

For Christmas when I was 12, [my mom] gave me a Lancome cleanser, toner, and moisturizer and said, ‘Make a little effort now and it will make a big difference in the long run.

I love Liz Earle’s stuff. I use Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, Superskin Concentrate, Skin Repair Moisturizer  the whole lot. My skin gets congested from wearing make-up and then working out, so I’m always breaking out. But these have helped a lot.

I went to a dermatologist and had a facial, and they recommended Collin. I use the deep cleansing scrub, eye cream, night moisturizer, day moisturizer and under-eye gel, which is really hydrating. It’s been a great discovery.

I also have monthly facials, which are a combination of natural fruit peels and massage. Plus I take IMEDEEN [Time Perfection] skin supplements.

Jessica Biel Makeup Secrets and Routine

I like peach [lip gloss] because it’s natural-looking and perfect for a little color.

I love that [Grow Luscious Plumping Mascara] — it strengthens and conditions my lashes [thanks to wheat proteins and Pro-Vitamin B5], all while making them look super-thick. I don’t like cakey mascara and this feels like nothing. It makes your lashes thicker over time too – it’s amazing.

A gray color works for anybody’s eyebrows. And it doesn’t turn your eyebrows orange. . . I was tipped off by a makeup artist that gray works for blondes, for brunettes, for redheads.

I use the [Revlon] eye shadow palettes, which I love — the natural palette. You can layer the colors on top of each other so you can go from day to night really easily.

The ColorBurst lip glosses I love. There’s a color in there called Peach Petal, which is a beautiful natural color for the day. I usually prefer more of a natural color on the lips.

During the day I like to be practical and to wear something that’s not going to fade so I can go to a business meeting and still look professional but not over the top.

When I’m going out at night, what I like to do lately is a smudged line right under the eye and right along the lash line. If you can really get right in there instead of on top, and then a little extra mascara. I might even take the mascara all the way off and reapply with a different one, or maybe an extra coat to keep it really really fresh. And maybe a darker lip, possibly, or maybe a stain of some kind.

[My beauty secret is] fire-engine red. It makes twice the statement when worn on lips and nails (and shoes!)

If I’m casually dressed and everything else is simple, I love a wild colour on my mouth.

Jessica Biel Hair Secrets and Routine

I play up my natural waves with a bit of volumizing mousse.

I’m all about beach hair. Don’t brush it, scrunch it, mess it up, let it be dirty, let it be messy, let it be sweaty. I think it looks way better than trying to straighten it, and trying to make it look nice because no matter what, it’s going to frizz, so just let it be dirty

My hair rescue is Moroccan oil. It has transformed my hair. I’m always getting it blow-dried and it gets crispy on the ends. But I get out of the shower, put this on and it makes my hair so silky. I feel like, ‘Oh, my hair’s not going to fall out now!’

Jessica Biel Diet Secrets and Routine

For me, getting enough sleep, drinking lots of water, having a healthy diet, and staying away from alcohol are musts. It’s so boring, I know, but doing those things really helps.

I do a lot of cooking at home using grains and vegetables.

Eat things you like, but in smaller portions. I always cut things in half and send half back.

Do I eat dessert? If there’s something I want to try, then I try it. But I have a bite, not the whole thing.

When I’m working, I try to keep my diet really clean: loads of vegetables, lots of quinoa and grain protein, and some occasional animal protein.

Fermented veggies and probiotics are also great for my skin and digestion. You can also buy shredded fermented vegetables at a health-food store and sprinkle them over a salad or even eggs in the morning.

I… drink green tea, and I slip in veggies like beets and zucchini into cakes and fudge.

When I’m working and I eat healthily all week, then I give myself one day — usually Sunday — when I eat just what I want. You have to, otherwise your mind goes a little nutso.

I might work out as late as 9 or 10pm. When you have to do it, you just do it. It’s not easy at all. I just grumble through the whole way.

Jessica Biel Fitness Secrets and Routine

Yoga is a constant for me because it keeps my muscles long and flexible.

[And during the summer I spend] more time outdoors playing volleyball and jogging with my dog, Tina.

I’ve always been physical. I have no concept of what life is like without physical activity.

I’ve worked out five hours, sometimes more, in a single day if I’m in training for a film role. And it’s hard, very hard!

Some days I’ll sprint on the treadmill; other days I’ll hike with the dogs. I also fit in yoga classes and some swimming.

My trainer, Jason Walsh, works with athletes, so we do a lot of football drills, like pulling big sleds and waving heavy ropes. It’s intense cardiovascular training but really fun.

I like to do a couple of classes of yoga during the week, mixed in with weight training sessions, which are for strength. Actually the yoga class is less about strength and more about stretching and elongating, so I can have the combo.

Muscles are beautiful. Strong bodies, working out, and eating healthily is beautiful.

[My trainer and I] do lots of circuit and strength training, especially for my legs and my back, because it’s quite weak from years of gymnastics.

I concentrate on making everything strong, and you can’t do that with just cardio. I strength-train one day, and I’m not talking heavy weights, just a little. I see my trainer one day, next day I take a yoga class, or cook. I’m not someone who just opens a pantry and rustles something up.

I’m really into martial arts now — it’s the most amazing (but seriously challenging) full-body workout ever.


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