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Elizabeth Hurley Relies on This Anti-Aging Serum For Flawless Skin at 56

Elizabeth Hurley seems to have barely aged a day since her roles in films like Austin Powers and Bedazzled. Apparently, that’s all thanks to a serum she’s sworn by for decades. 

Although it’s not exactly cheap, there’s no denying the Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair (Buy at Sephora, $75) has kept the 56-year-old’s skin flawless over the years. As a spokesperson for the brand, she told Yahoo, “My most favorite product of all has always been Advanced Night Repair, which is a serum that I was given my first bottle of when I first joined the company in 1995, and I’ve used it religiously twice a day ever since.”

Hurley has also spoken about how important it is to maintain inner health, which is then reflected in our appearance. “If you want to glow from the inside, you have to be healthy,” she told TODAY. “You have to watch your diet. You have to watch your lifestyle. You have to get enough sleep.”

She added that it’s all about figuring out the right balance. “I’ve learned how to rest when I need to rest. I understand that I need to do a bit of exercise. I understand about eating healthily. I’ve understood about not smoking. I’ve understood about limiting alcohol intake.”

A quick scroll through Hurley’s Instagram page proves just how well it’s all working out for her, like this gorgeous pic from just a few days ago:

We can definitely see that inner glow she was talking about! If the serum is a little out of your price range, though, you might want to try some more budget-friendly products celebs love. For example, Martha Stewart swears by a $18 mask for her flawless skin at 80 and Jennifer Aniston loves a $15 collagen supplement. Whether you splurge or not, we can all look and feel like a million bucks!

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