Exercise increases the circulation and brings a rich flow of nutrients and oxygen through the blood to the skin’s cells…During a workout, the skin’s temperature can rise from 86 to 90 degrees or more.This is thought to stimulate an increase in the production of collagen, which, together with other positive effects of exercise, thickens the skin – making it firmer, less wrinkled and better toned.” A lot of people focus entirely on their skin and forget about their hair, even though healthy hair is key to maintaining vitality. All of this will make you feel and look younger,” she told Byrdie.“After many years, I have found no basis to advertising promises that we can have beautiful skin by using just the right skin care product,” she wrote on her website, despite being a spokesperson for L’Oreal Age Re-Perfect.“The truest, most reliable beauty potion is regular vigorous exercises combined with good nutrition….Furthermore, it’s a little ludicrous to act like Fonda’s insanely good looks are wholly the result of plastic surgery.If that were the case, every actress in Hollywood over the age of 50 would look like her, instead of being one of very few older actresses who not only look half their actual age, but also look natural, as opposed to like a wax figure.
Today, Fonda emphasizes that maintaining a good diet/exercise regime is the key to aging gracefully, because it affects a lot more than just your waistline.
The only thing I have never known is true intimacy with a man. Often, when we make love, I see him as he was 30 years ago.” that she’s remained looking several decades younger due to “my genes” and “good sex.” But, if you ask the world’s oldest women to ever live, Susannah Mushatt Jones, who died in 2016 at a robust 116, about the secret to a long life? I just couldn’t be bothered with men.”Fonda has been married three times, to French director Roger Vadim, activist Tom Hayden and CNN founder Ted Turner.
But why hop into bed when you can dig into a good book?
“For years she has spoken openly about her joy in giving a cultural face to older women,” Kelly said in the now viral clip.
“Well, the truth is most older women look nothing like Fonda, who is now 80.
In her bestselling book, It’s likely that Fonda isn’t sweating Kelly’s caustic comments, and that’s part of what keeps her young! I’m so much younger now,” she said in an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. “What can they do to me now that they haven’t already tried?