Reese Witherspoon Has a Surprising Clear Skin Secret

Reese WitherspoonThe stars all seem to have such perfect skin.

Check out Reese Witherspoon, for example. I'm sure there was some serious airbrushing in this Vogue photo, but even in her paparazzi pics, she's always totally glowing.

So unfair.

I've always figured celebs have beauty secrets that mere mortals simply don't have access to -- and as it turns out, I was right!

Reese let it drop in a recent issue of InStyle that she uses something specific to clear up problem skin --

It's a surprising solution I've never heard of, and it costs under 10 dollars.

Learn Reese's clear skin secret after the jump!

 

 

Chlorophyll

Here it is, ladies ... World Organic Liquid Chlorophyll, available online for just $7.56!

According to Reese in the May 2011 issue of InStyle:

If I start to get blemishes, I add chlorophyll to my water and my skin clears up in three days.

Seriously, Reese? For realz?

I have GOT to try this stuff!

According to the vitacost website, you mix one tablespoon daily in a glass of water or juice. And reviewers rave about it, saying that it worked as an energy booster and a digestive cleanse.

I don't know about that, but at this price, I'll totally try it. The humidity is making me break out like a teenager right now and I need all the help I can get.

Have you tried liquid chlorophyll? Would you be willing to now that you know Reese uses it?

 

Image via Vogue, Vitacost

celeb style, beauty, skin

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Madel... MadelynMc

It makes sense. Although, you could get the same effect from eating a lot of leafy greens. That stuff is probably pretty concentrated, though....so maybe not. I'd be willing to try it since it's natural!

nonmember avatar Betsy

I totally missed the boat on this! I thought it was going to be applied topically instead of ingested. The idea of drinking it is much less appealing to me than just putting some directly on my face with a cotton ball.

Beths... Bethsunshine

I'm willing to try it, but I'm leary of what it might taste like.

Beths... Bethsunshine

I just looked on the website, and it also comes in capsule form. I think I might give that a try. Obviously, the liquid concentrate works better, but there are some rave reviews on the capsule form as well.

charl... charliebean

I heard a rumor once that Reese Witherspoon has such delicate skin that she has to wash her face three times a day with purified bottled water or she breaks out like crazy, lol. 

Momma... MommaSiete

wow i must be aquiring this!!

.Mhac... .MhacFoirfe.

I'm definitely trying this! I'm sick of breaking out. I had the most amazing complexion until about a year ago..I'm thinking it's because I switched from hormonal to non-nonhormonal birth control.

GlowW... GlowWorm889

Hmmm...I might give it a shot! I've struggled with acne since middle school, and I'd love for that to be one less thing to be self-concious about. The benzoyl peroxide sure isn't working much anymore.

nonmember avatar Melissa

Interesting, and it may be great but just because something is natural (as a few of the commenters said) does not mean that it is safe. Here is something to read before trying. http://www.livestrong.com/article/117029-risks-liquid-chlorophyll/

Texas... TexasRose82

I would be willing to try it considering that it has other health benefits, but I would like to see more research about this being used for acne. When you get a normal pimple, it goes away on it's own in about three days doesn't it?...unless it's a cyst. So, how do we know for sure it's the chlorophyll? Reese is a movie star, not a dermatologist. As for those who have asked what it tastes like, it's tastes kind of like juiced veggies. Very green tasting. Not the best, but not as bad as liquid Geritol, LOL.

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