Victoria's Secret model Jasmine Tookes may wear a $3 million bra on the job—but off the clock, she pays nearly nothing to glow like an angel.
You don't need expensive beauty products or fancy facials to get heathy, hi-def-worthy skin. To prep for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, the model attests to the age-old trick of face icing.
"[It's] great for the pores!" she told E! News.
Oftentimes, this technique is done in the morning—it's that wake-up call you'll never snooze through—but Jasmine ices her faces at night to help tighten her skin.
What does this entail? Exactly how it sounds—use ice to de-puff the face, neutralize redness and get an afterglow similar to walking around on a brisk day. After a facial cleanse, you can dunk your head in ice water, or for a less intense experience, wrap an ice cube in a thin cloth and as it starts to melt, glide it across your face.
How does it work? As your face experiences the chilly shock, the rest of the body will attempt to warm up, speeding up blood circulation. And just like when you hit your head and use a cold compress to combat the swelling, the ice constricts pores and tightens your skin, which can minimize pimples and even wrinkles!
Don't forget: In these drier months, it's important to lock in moisture on your face and body before you sleep.
"[I have] friends who put zero lotion on, and I'm like, 'You're crazy!'" the model shared. "[I use] lots of oils—I love the VS acai flavored body oil."
Who's ready for an ice bath?
The 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show will air Dec. 5 at 10/9c on CBS.