5 Anti-Aging Tips From Hollywood Celebrities


This Hollywood actress still looks as radiant as she was when she was on Friends, but she insists she’s never done any kind of plastic surgery. Instead, she relies on lasers and LED light therapy. These two aesthetic treatments help tighten her skin by stimulating collagen production.

Jennifer complements her regular skin treatments with a healthy daily lifestyle. She always makes sure she gets enough sleep, fruits and vegetables, water and exercise.


Her killer abs and body contours are completely natural – she works out religiously and is a big fan of the Tracy Anderson workout. She also does circuit training once a week, which includes planks, boxing and other exercises. By switching up her exercise routines, she never hits a training plateau or gets bored with her routine. Her tip to other women who want a beautiful bod in their late 40s? “Find an exercise that you really enjoy. The secret is to keep moving.”

Jennifer also drinks protein shakes and has even launched her own line of supplements. Her skincare routine is very simple:  she enjoys facials, and never skips on SPF or her day and night cream. She’s a big fan of glycolic acid, which gives her a glow and clear skin.


The secret to her ever-radiant, porcelain-smooth skin is regular resurfacing peels. These treatments slough off dead skin and encourage the skin to produce newer cells. They also fade age spots, sun spots and acne scars – yes, even celebrities get breakouts, they just get them treated right away!

Halle Berry isn’t the only celebrity who’s admitted to regular peels. Cate Blanchett and Vanessa Williams are both big fans. One big benefit of peels is that your dermatologist or facialist can costumize the mix of salicylic, glycolic or lactic acid according to your concerns and skin sensitivity.


Courtney has always had thin lips. However, she noticed – like all other women – that her lips looked even thinner as she aged.

She has used fillers to make her lips more full. She’s also had them around her mouth, avoiding the nasolabial folds that can make people look much older than they really are.

Many celebrities have fillers, but Courtney’s look very natural. Fillers are a science and an art, and it’s important to get a doctor who knows where to inject them to achieve a very balanced, harmonious face.


This stunning actress is one of the best people to ask about anti-aging. Not only does she look amazing, but she even wrote “The Body Book” – her take on health, fitness and staying young.

Her approach to anti-aging is to embrace your beauty and feel confident. Don’t start out thinking that you look terrible – feel beautiful right now, and bring that positivity into giving your body what it needs to be at its best at any age.

“You will be the most beautiful and healthy and confident woman that you can be, and you deserve that, because YOU ARE MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN YOU HAVE EVER IMAGINED,” she writes.  “Accept what you have and love it with everything you’ve got, to appreciating how incredible this physical vehicle is. Maximizing your strength and endurance so that your body can take you everywhere you want to go in life: to all of your success, to the love of your life, to your passions and adventure.”

She is a big advocate of exercise, and sensible dieting. She loves cheese and carbs and won’t deprive her body of food – she just makes sure her portions are moderate and that she burns it at the gym. She also keeps a glass of water by her bedside so that the first thing she does when she wakes up is to rehydrate.

Cameron Diaz has admitted to struggling with acne especially in her teen years. Aside from a very active acne treatment program, she also switched her diet. She said her acne disappeared when she started trading fried, processed food for natural food.

These celebrities inspire us to fight aging with proper diet, positive mindset, exercise, and regular skincare and treatments. Servicom has supplied Singapore’s leading aesthetic clinics with some of the latest laser and radiofrequency technology. Find out more from servicomsingapore.com