Some women simply don’t physically age, and instead remain in a cozy bubble reliving their twenty-fifth year over and over again. (Despite how enviable that sounds, it does have a bit of a bleak Benjamin Button vibe to it, doesn’t it?) There’s no more common place to encounter this phenomenon in the wild than Hollywood, and it’s no coincidence that that’s also where many of the world’s best dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and makeup artists live. While I think these celebs’ glowing faces have more to do with great genes than anything else (and thus, the rest of us have no reason to feel inadequate at their grand fortune), their faces definitely make me more motivated than ever to kick my skincare routine up a notch. Here are twelve celebrities who don’t age, and whose faces magically defy the passage of time.
Does this face look 42 to you?
Kate Hudson is only 36, so maybe it’s a bit premature to call her age-resistant when she hasn’t been on this earth all too long to begin with, but she basically has the face (and body) of a 21-year-old so she deserves an exception.
Halle Berry is impossibly 49-years-old, a feat of science I will never understand.
Kate Beckinsale looks better than ever at 42!
It is almost criminal how young Christie looks. Would you guess that this woman has spent 61 years on this planet? Her face defies science! She says her secret (besides incredible genes and a glam squad at her beck and call) is lots and lots of exfoliation.
Nobody symbolizes age-defying magic powers quite like J.Lo. At 46, her youthful glow is simply unmatched. Don’t mess.
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This French style icon is inexplicably 58.
Wait, what? Since when is Lucy Liu 46?
At 40, Ice Queen Chic never looked so good.
She may be 41, but Alyson will always look like college-era Lily Aldrin to me.
Christy Turlington is somehow 46, but doesn’t look a day over 30. How does that happen!? On what planet is this fair!? Excuse me while I go exfoliate.
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