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Hoping to have skin like Victoria Beckham or Hailey Bieber? The Doctors reveal celebrity beauty secrets that just might help your skin look A-list.
Victoria reportedly says the secret behind her glowing skin is eating 4 avocados a day, noting that the right amount of healthy fats leads to better skin. The Doctors note that avocados can part of a healthy and balanced diet, but also warn they can be high in calories and warn against replacing other healthy food for more avocado.
To treat redness of the skin and breakouts, Hailey reportedly uses diaper rash cream on her blemishes. But before you reach for the cream meant for babies, Dr. Andrew Ordon notes, "Diaper cream is meant for the butt," and says the cream's petroleum jelly can clog the pores on your face and cause breakouts.
The Doctors note when it comes to using products on your skin, usually the more ingredients in the product, the more possible side effects.