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Politicians share their secret beauty routines
Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, a 28-year-old newly elected U.S. Representative for New York's 14th congressional district, posted some of her daily beauty regime steps on Instagram recently. Ocasio-Cortez mentioned she's a K-beauty fan, and listed facial mask, thorough cleansing, and nourishing serums and creams as a must, also emphasising the importance of sunscreens and moisturizers.
Later that day, however, many other notable politicians felt the urge to share some of their daily routines, concerning the skin-care and overall glow. President Trump immediately jumped on board, and gave some quick advice to his followers.
Donald Trump (via Tweeter):
"Now, I usually don't pay much attention to textures, I only apply the toning cream to cover blemishes. Melania says it's from my bad eating habits, but I don't believe a word she's sayin'. Back in the days, I used to spend more time outing and just chillin' in the sun, but far from the water, 'cause I don't wanna get splashed. So I just use some sea-water spray, and massage Vicks VapoRub on my cheeks – it gives me a healthy glow, and I also think it adds to my livelihood".
Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, on the other hand, was more into some environmental and self-care practices. "It's important to breathe heavily and deeply, for oxygen will purify skin-cells, and give that healthy, shiny look you crave for. But also, if you run in Canada as I do, cold air will pervade your pores and diminish them almost instantly, and the intents set on the start will later fill you with joy coming from the inside, and that's the most powerful beauty regime you can get – for free", Trudeau specified.