Former supermodel Christy Turlington, 54, flaunted her “natural, timeless beauty” in a stunning new skincare campaign, years after she denounced plastic surgery and vowed to “never” go under the knife.
Turlington is the face of luxury skincare brand Noble Panacea’s latest collection, called The Elemental, which launched March 1 and includes a $185 “unique two-step treatment” called the Cleansing Balm & Exfoliating Refiner.
The mother-of-two posed for a series of stunning photos to promote the new beauty products while showing off her ageless look.
Turlington, looking at the camera in a white T-shirt, displayed flawlessly smooth skin and a wrinkle-free complexion.
Former supermodel Christy Turlington, 54, showcased her ‘natural, timeless beauty’ in stunning new campaign for Noble Panacea
Turlington is the face of the luxury skincare brand’s latest collection, called The Elemental, which includes a “unique two-step treatment” called the Cleansing Balm & Exfoliating Refiner
In 2016, the fashion icon addressed rumors that she’s had work reschedule, saying she would “never” consider plastic surgery and thinks the results often look “freaky.”
Turlington (seen right in 1992) appeared in magazines such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Marie Claire, L’Officiel, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and Allure, to name a few, in the 1990s
According to the brand, it chose Turlington to represent its latest products not only because of her “authentic” appearance, but also because she is “a symbol of resilience, generosity and elegance.”
“Given her many successes and awards in multiple areas over the years, commitment to education and dedication to maternal health, Christy is the ideal partner to launch Noble Panacea’s latest collection, dedicated to reimagining the basics of a sophisticated skin care routine,” the company reports in a press release.
Turlington will also appear in an upcoming episode of the company’s Think Beautifully podcast, described as “a series that celebrates smart voices through powerful conversation.” It will premiere on March 8.
Noble Panacea was created by Fraser Stoddart, winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2019, and the company uses something known as Organic Super Molecular Vessel (OSMV) technology – “a new method of providing sustained release and high absorption of pharmaceutical grade ingredients. into the skin for unparalleled efficacy.’
The Elemental line includes two products – a Balm Cleanser and Exfoliating Refiner, which are designed to be used together as the first step in your skincare routine.
According to the brand, they will “improve skin initialization and cleanse, brighten and leave skin visibly clear, bright and healthy, preparing it for the next steps.”
The Balm cleanser is made from a range of oils and its benefits include removing makeup and pollution particles, as well as moisturizing and soothing the skin.
As for the Exfoliating Refiner, it is designed to refine skin texture and tighten the pores on your face. The kit costs $185.
“Given her many successes in multiple areas over the years, Christy is the ideal partner to launch Noble Panacea’s latest collection,” Noble Panacea said in a statement.
She also starred in advertising campaigns for Calvin Klein, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Jacobs, Prada, Valentino, Versace (seen), Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors and Maybelline
Turlington (seen in 2022) insisted in 2016 that she ‘didn’t have time’ for plastic surgery or cosmetic alterations – and didn’t think ‘it looked good’
Turlington first started modeling as a teenager, after being discovered by a local photographer while traveling to Miami, Florida, to visit her father.
After turning 18, she moved to New York City to pursue her career full-time and became one of the most successful models of the ’90s.
She has appeared in magazines such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Marie Claire, L’Officiel, Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Allure, to name a few, as well as advertising campaigns for Calvin Klein, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Jacobs, Prada, Valentino, Versace, Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors and Maybelline.
In addition to modeling, she also launched a series of business ventures, including a skincare line called Sundari, two clothing lines in collaboration with Puma, and a women’s yoga clothing line.
She also dabbled in writing, contributing to Marie Claire, Yoga Journal, Huffington Post, and Teen Vogue over the years.
Turlington was also a correspondent for the Today Show and worked as a product tester for Apple in 2015.
She has a passion for running and has participated in several marathons during her life.
According to the brand, it chose Turlington (seen with Melissa Kilby, the host of its podcast) to represent its latest products because she is “a symbol of resilience and elegance.”
The new collection contains two products: the Balm Cleanser and the Exfoliating Refiner
She married actor Edward Burns in 2003 and together they welcomed two children: daughter Grace in 2003 and son Finn in 2006.
In 2016, the fashion icon addressed rumors that she had gotten work done, tellingly Terms and Conditions at the time she would ‘never’ consider having plastic surgery and thinks the results often look ‘freaky’.
“For years these things didn’t even exist: collagen, fat cells, the crazy things people do, I can’t imagine,” she said.
“First of all, I don’t have time. Second, I don’t think it looks good. Maybe I’d feel differently if I thought it looked good and didn’t hurt and didn’t send bad messages to young people.
“But I’ve never seen anyone where I thought, ‘Oh, that’s a good idea.’ It seems scary to me.’
“I wasn’t worried about getting older at 16, and I’m not worried about it when I’m 47,” she added at the time.
“It’s a fact of life, and it’s good that people close to me see that I’m relaxed and OK about getting older, not neurotic or anxious about it.”
“To my children, I will be the mother who barely shaves her legs, who doesn’t color her hair. Being who you are, being your best self has nothing to do with what you look like.’