Kate Hudson, 41, woke up with glowy, flawless skin in a new Instagram video.
She shared the video from bed, greeting her fans with a "Good morning!"
Kate is big on hydration to keep her skin looking good, but she also gets facials.
Kate Hudson started her day by sharing a no-makeup Instagram video shot first thing in the morning—literally, from bed. The actress, 41, showed off her clear and glowy skin, casually proving that, yeah, she does wake up like that.
"Good morning, Instagram fam! Whew, look at that light coming through the window. I gotta go, I'm gonna get that eyeshadow for you. Right now," she said, tagging a fan who asked which eyeshadow she wore the previous day when she was all glammed up.
Last year, Kate told Women's Health that her biggest skincare secret is staying hydrated. "I'm literally just keeping my fingers crossed that my skin's going to be good. So, I usually drink just a ton of water," she said. "Water to me is the great kind of healer. And when I'm drinking good water, my skin looks the best. If I had to conjure something up, it would be water."
Kate also gets facials regularly (well, sometimes regularly). "Sometimes, I'll get good about getting facials, and I'll do it like once a month for a couple months,” she added. "That's more of a decadent kind of fun thing. I think it's a really underestimated thing for your face is actual massage. We massage our body, but our face needs it too."
During awards season, she enlists the help of a favorite esthetician for laser treatments to perk up her skin before the red carpet. "If the Globes carpet's coming, I'm going to Nurse Jamie and I'm getting a little laser," she said, which is so relaxing, she sometimes falls asleep in the chair. "That is like the greatest thing on the planet."
About "once in a blue moon," Kate gets an herb peel from her longtime facialist, too. "So we have this facialist that I've used for years, and she has this natural peeling mask. They are just these herbs activated with some kind of acid. It feels like she's putting a sandpaper on your skin," she said. Even though it's abrasive, she says she sees a dramatic difference after the treatment. "Acne and any kind of sun damage stuff just peels away."
But for now, though, it sounds like her mantra is hydrate, hydrate, hydrate.
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