Jennifer Lopez looks 20 years younger because she does these 3 things always

54-year-old Lopez continues to surprise with her perfect shape and youthful beauty.

Jennifer Lopez will turn 55 soon [Instagram/@jlo]

Lopez was twice recognised by People magazine as one of the most beautiful people in the world, and twice by FHM as the sexiest woman on Earth.

54-year-old Lopez continues to surprise with her perfect shape and youthful beauty. It turns out that the secret to her phenomenal appearance is a special diet and skin care.

It's unbelievable that Jennifer Lopez is already 54 years old, but she looks 20 years younger. Thanks to the information obtained by Elle journalists, we now know what the secret of JLo's amazing appearance and form is.


The star attaches great importance to a healthy and balanced diet. Her daily menu includes: eggs, turkey meat, chicken fillets, beef and fish rich in omega-3 acids.

Due to the high sugar content, Lopez doesn't eat carrots and corn, but she eats other vegetables with pleasure.

As she admits, she always tries to choose healthy dishes, even when going out to restaurants. In an interview with Hello magazine, she revealed that she usually orders a salad or fish with vegetables and always drinks a lot of water with a meal.


But it is not only the diet that is responsible for the star's great appearance. Lopez consistently denies rumours about plastic surgery, maintaining that her young-looking skin and body are the result of proper care.

In an interview with People, she admitted that one of her beauty secrets is glycolic acid, which she applies with pads. Moreover, I have been using olive oil on my skin for many years. She also avoids sunbathing and does not leave home without cream with a high filter.


Despite her upcoming 55th birthday, Jennifer Lopez continues to surprise with her incredible shape and youthful appearance. Her secret?

  1. A healthy diet.
  2. Proper skin care.
  3. Plenty of water!


This article was originally published on Ofeminin Women.


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