Doctor Barbara Sturm reveals the exact skincare routine she uses and the foods she NEVER eats

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The doctor reveals the exact skincare routine she uses and the foods she NEVER eat to maintain a glowing complexion

  • German beautician Barbara Sturm shared her exact skincare regimen
  • Dr. Sturm is known for an anti-inflammatory and non-surgical approach to the skin
  • She said her facial routine is two minutes and she always uses a face mask
  • Dr. Sturm avoids excess alcohol, sugar, baked flour and processed foods
  • Instead, she prioritizes eating lots of fruits and vegetables, as well as healthy fats

A German esthetician known for her anti-inflammatory and non-surgical facials has reviewed her skincare routine and revealed the foods she never eats.

Dr. Barbara Sturm, 49, has built a following around the world, including Victoria Beckham, Olivia Culpo and Hailey Bieber.

Dr. Sturm’s own skincare routine is no-nonsense and takes her less than two minutes.

A German beautician known for her anti-inflammatory and non-surgical facials has taken a look at her skincare routine (Dr. Barbara Sturm in the photo)

A German beautician known for her anti-inflammatory and non-surgical facials has taken a look at her skincare routine (Dr. Barbara Sturm in the photo)

Dr. Barbara Sturm (pictured) has built a global following including Victoria Beckham, Olivia Culpo and Hailey Bieber, and her own routine is just two minutes long

Dr. Barbara Sturm (pictured) has built a global following including Victoria Beckham, Olivia Culpo and Hailey Bieber, and her own routine is just two minutes long

Dr. Barbara Sturm (pictured) has built a worldwide following including Victoria Beckham, Olivia Culpo and Hailey Bieber, and her own routine is just two minutes long

“I’ve been even more disciplined about a few things with my skin since the pandemic and the isolation,” Dr. Sturm told the Australian beauty platform, Mecca.

‘I now use my face mask every day and brush dry every day. I like to peel off my face mask instead of washing it off, which makes it double as an exfoliant, facial massage, and circulatory stimulant. ‘

The skin expert also uses anti-pollution drops to protect against the damage from blue screens, as well as broad spectrum SPF.

The skin expert (pictured) said she was even more committed to her skin during the coronavirus shutdown and put on a face mask every day

The skin expert (pictured) said she was even more committed to her skin during the coronavirus shutdown and put on a face mask every day

The skin expert (pictured) said she was even more committed to her skin during the coronavirus shutdown and put on a face mask every day

The Dr. Barbara Sturm Deep hydrating face mask ($ 171) contains ingredients like aloe vera and chamomile that soothe and protect, as well as antioxidants to leave your complexion soft and supple.

Dry body brushing is the habit of using a body brush to gently massage your skin in an upward motion.

It is said to brighten the skin and improve the absorption of your moisturizers and serums.

When it comes to her other health secrets, Dr. Sturm (pictured) said she likes to get 'enough' sleep from about eight hours, as well as a healthy diet full of healthy fats and fruits and vegetables.

When it comes to her other health secrets, Dr. Sturm (pictured) said she likes to get 'adequate' sleep from about eight hours, as well as a healthy diet full of healthy fats and fruits and vegetables.

When it comes to her other health secrets, Dr. Sturm (pictured) said she likes to get 'enough' sleep from about eight hours, as well as a healthy diet full of healthy fats and fruits and vegetables.

When it comes to her other health secrets, Dr. Sturm (pictured) said she likes to get 'adequate' sleep from about eight hours, as well as a healthy diet full of healthy fats and fruits and vegetables.

When it comes to her other health secrets, Dr. Sturm (pictured) said she likes to get ‘enough’ sleep from about eight hours, as well as a healthy diet full of healthy fats and fruits and vegetables.

When it comes to her other health secrets, Dr. Sturm explained that she likes to get “adequate” sleep for about eight hours, as well as a healthy diet.

“I avoid excess alcohol, sugar, fried and processed foods with flour, and instead eat anti-inflammatory foods such as avocados, salmon, olive oil, tomatoes, nuts, dark berries and green tea,” said Dr. Sturm.

She also limits alcohol, avoids heavy meals right before bed, and goes to bed early, often with her five-year-old.

Finally, Dr. Sturm keeps the bedroom dark and completely noise and technology free, and she said this helps immensely in making sure she gets enough sleep each night.

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