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Suki Waterhouse's baking soda fix

BANG Showbiz logoBANG Showbiz 9/26/2017 Bang Showbiz
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Suki Waterhouse mixes baking soda into her moisturiser for a "quick fix".

The 25-year-old model has shared one of her "weirdest" beauty tips, revealing she adds the household product in with her skincare routine once a month or so to exfoliate her skin.

Asked what beauty tips she gives her friends, she said: "OK, I've got a weird one. You shouldn't do this too often, but if you really need a quick fix, mix a tiny bit of baking soda into your moisturiser and then you mush it all in and wash it off. So if you haven't got a lot around, it's great. I don't do it very often at all, maybe once a month?"

Suki can't go anywhere without her tweezers or she has "complete anxiety".

She admitted: "Also, I absolutely always carry tweezers with me, otherwise I have complete anxiety, just in case there's anything that needs plucking. And a razor, of course!"

The blonde beauty also urged her fans to go on lots of walks because she feels it helps with general "wellbeing".

She explained: "And finally, go on lots of walks. Around 7pm, just go for a chat and a walk with your best friend. It's so good for wellbeing. There's so many benefits to it, it's like meditation, but you also get to have a bit of a gossip on the go."

And Suki really likes Laura Mercier's Fresco Eyeshadow as it's a product that has a number of uses.

Asked what her make-up essential is, she told Harper's Bazaar magazine: "The Fresco Eyeshadow from Laura Mercier because I am super into not having too much stuff on me.

"I would so much prefer to just carry one thing, maybe not even a brush and then I'll just use my finger and put in on my eyes and on my cheeks. It's not like a blusher, it's almost like a contour. I also like using a bronzer on my eye because they're quite earthy and neutral, I can use them everywhere so it's more of a natural thing going on."

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