My healthy: Estelle Lefébure

7 wellness essentials from an iconic French model

From Vogueto ELLE to Harper’s Bazaar, Estelle Lefébure regularly graced the covers of fashion magazines in the '80s and '90s. The French model and actress has also been the face of brands like Dior, Cartier, and Versace and starred in George Michaels's “Too Funky” music video. During her longtime career in front of the lens, she's picked up plenty of wellness tricks (from homemade face masksto Provence-inspired beauty infusions), which she shares in her new book, Mindful Beauty: How to Look and Feel Great in Every Season.Here, the 50-year-old shares seven secrets to her seemingly timeless, natural beauty.


"This fruit has many antioxidant properties. Low in sugar and calories, it's also a good source of copper and nutritional fiber. It can be substituted for apricots in tagine recipes or you can combine it with chestnuts or apples in compotes."

mixa moisturizer

“Apply this daily after showering to preserve a youthful complexion.”
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christophe robin's intense regenerating lip balm

“This is perfect for dry lips during winter.”
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“They can be eaten as a healthy, high-protein snack. I like to eat them with fruit, but I avoid mixing them with starchy products such as cereal or cookies, since I find it causes indigestion.”

echinacea and rosa canina extract drops

“I mix drops of Echinacea and Rosa Canina (wild rosebud) oils with water and drink a glass in the morning and afternoon to reinforce the immune system during flu season.”
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benefit fake-up undereye hydrating concealer

“This is a good dark circle concealer, specifically for a very delicate part of the face.”
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peruvian apple cactus

“I like to place this air-purifying plant next to my computer or other electronic devices." [Certain plants reportedly help remove toxins from the air.]
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How to live more sustainably

“Little things that aren’t super hard can have a positive environmental impact.”

Is this the most sustainable meat?

Is this the most sustainable meat?