26: A supermodel’s best beauty tips | Sports Illustrated & Victoria Secret model Emily DiDonato
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“If you had asked me 10 years ago, if I thought that I was healthy, I would have told you 100%. Now looking back, I know that I was very much not healthy. But that was when health and wellness was totally all about the way it made me look—and had nothing to do with how I felt,” says supermodel Emily DiDonato. In this episode of Clean Beauty School, mindbodygreen beauty director and host Alexandra Engler chats with DiDonato about her best skin care tips, what she eats to stay healthy, their mutual love of therapy, and DiDonato’s upcoming endeavors—including motherhood. Show notes: -Follow Emily. -Read about burnout and the pandemic as well as practicing micro-moments.  -Research showing that collagen makes it to the skin.  -Women who do pilates have better birthing experience.  -The vitamin C & collagen connection.  -Read up on squalane and vitamin E for hair.  -Emily’s product recommendations: Covey First Of All Cleanser, Next Up Vitamin C Serum, Last But Not Least Moisturizer, Pepette Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50, Oura Ring.  Comments: [email protected] Sponsorship inquiries: [email protected] 
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