Do you think professional athletes that sweat all day know how to take care of their skin? You better believe they do! I was doing my daily industry research and while doing so, I came across what I’d claim to be some of the best advice for those that like to be physically active and sweat a lot. If you’re going to take advice from anyone, it might as well be from an industry expert or a professional. In this case, you’re getting the best of both worlds.
Here’s a rundown of some of the things that a few professional athletes had to say about their skin. They take good care of both their bodies and skin and they’re pros, so pay close attention!
Professional Athletes Share Some Skin Care Tips For Sweaty Skin
Let me kick things off by sharing something that Serena Williams had to say about her skin care habits. It should come as no surprise that Serena said she never leaves her house without her sunscreen. It’s what she considers the most important part of her daily regimen. According to People, Serena mentioned that she uses SPF 55 and reapplies it as well.
Next on the list, celeb personal trainer Jackie Warner. Her secret is simple and something that goes along with her training, it’s called consistency. She has a three step process that she always adheres to and it includes washing her face with the Gentle Cleanser by Shiseido Ibuki, applying the Ole Henriksen Truth Serum Collagen Booster and then hitting the moisturizing step with Biopelle Tensage Advanced Cream Moisturizer. Jackie actually published her exact routine on her own blog.
Another celebrity trainer weighed in on what leads her to perfect skin. Apparently, Jeanette Jenkins likes to look at things from the inside out. She recently told Women’s Fitness that her skin and hair look best when she’s drinking plenty of water and eating healthy.
I’m not surprised to hear her say that either. Most celeb trainers treat their bodies like temples and they rightfully do! Kudos to all those out there taking care of their bodies!
Swimmer Haley Anderson spends most of her time in pools. When she’s not in pools, it’s possible that she’s doing a modeling shoot for Vogue. She’s all about moisturizing her skin after spending time in the pool. According to Cosmopolitan, it’s the chemicals that can really do a number on your skin. Her solution, an inexpensive product called Palmer’s Cocoa Butter. This is the same product that DJ Khaled endorses today.