Martha Stewart is opening up about her anti-ageing secret. On Thursday, the actress premiered her The Martha Stewart podcast on iHeartRadio where she was joined by “artist” dermatologist Dr. Dan Belkin to have a candid conversation on beauty and health. Moreover, the former model says she doesn’t want to look her age. Let’s check out the complete details of this story.
Martha Stewart said she didn’t really want to look her age at all
The former beauty mogul told Dr.Belkin, “Everybody is so interested when they see a selfie of me posted on the internet. So many comments are about my facelift and who did it and when did I have it done and how much retouching is on the photograph, and I just want to set the record straight.”
Stewart and Dr. Belkin revealed that because Stewart takes care of her body from the inside out she would only require minimum procedures like Botox, minimal fillers, and laser treatments. Moreover, she credited her lifestyle as the secret of her beautifully sculpted chest line.
She said while declining rumors of plastic surgery, “So it’s not so complicated, And it’s not cutting me and sewing me up. It is really preventative and very encouraging because it really does make me look better.”
“I don’t think a lot about age, and I don’t really want to look my age at all,” Stewart says. “And that’s why I really work so hard at it, I exercise …my diet which is a very healthy, normal diet. I don’t do any fad diets or any pills or anything like that. I just eat really well and I watch what I eat and that’s really a secret.”
In the previous year, the model broke the internet with the May cover of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit edition where she made history as the oldest star to appear as a cover star. While talking with Entertainment Tonight she also declined plastic surgery allegations crediting physical activity and workouts as the mantra of her beauty.
“I think the world has embraced the fact that you can be whoever you are whenever you want to be it,” she added. “That’s really what I think is helping. I think it’s helping people. You put on a bathing suit and you feel good about it. [People are] trying a little harder to keep your good health, your good looks, your good skin, your good hair.”