Pilates, algae faces, a low-sugar diet and adapted skin care: the secrets behind the youthful look of Sunrise presenter Natalie Barr on 51
The award-winning journalist celebrated 25 years with Channel Seven on Monday.
Since 2003, it has been clear that Natalie Barr is still youthful as a favorite at Sunrise on Sunrise during her time on the popular breakfast program.
With a well-rounded approach to health and fitness and a strong interest in natural skin care – these are the secrets behind Natali’s youthful appearance at the age of 51.
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Pilates, algae facials and adapted skin care: the secrets behind Natalie Barr’s Sunrise youth 51 looks at 51 revealed
Although the extremely early start for breakfast TV can get older, Natalie strives for in between seven to eight hours of sleep per night.
She is not yet old! Natalie takes pictures of the Sunrise news more than 10 years ago
The news presenter often shares videos that surrender to a face mask with green algae from the customized Australasian skin care brand Dermaviduals.
In November 2018, Natalie explained that she valued the skin care company so much that “there were no nasty chemical things in it.”
“I used their base in the air [since 2017]”and their moisturizer and cleanser,” she added.
Get that glow! The news presenter often shares videos that surrender to a face mask with green algae from the customized Australasian skin care brand Dermaviduals
“My skin just couldn’t handle the chemicals in many of the usual skincare products,” Natalie explained in November 2018 that she also used the company’s foundation because there were “no nasty chemical things in it.”
Natalie Barr’s care products from Dermaviduals
- A tailor-made cleaning product
- Suusmoon Lotion P
- A customized serum
- Plutioderm Plus
- DMS Base Cream High Classic
- Lip balm
- Custom Foundation
- Dissolve mineral powder
“My skin was a mess. Every moisturizer that I used made it worse. My skin simply couldn’t handle the chemicals in many of the usual skin care products. I went back to basics with dermaviduals. Within a few weeks my skin had cleared up and it just really went from strength to strength.
“And with a 3-hour wake-up call for the last 15 years – I need all the help I can get!” Natalie said in a review about Website of Dermaviduals in July 2018.
While Natalie celebrated 25 years this week on Channel Seven, his career in journalism actually began eight years earlier at the Wanneroo Times in 1987.
“I usually eat well and cut sugar”: Natalie spoke earlier about her healthy diet with Yahoo! Lifestyle in 2013
Beauty sleep: although the extremely early start for breakfast TV can get older, Natalie strives for seven to eight hours of sleep per night
In an interview with Yahoo! Lifestyle in 2013, Natalie revealed that she was “the strongest I have ever been” because I went back to basics [her] Health’.
“I exercise regularly, usually eat well, cut sugar away and make sure I get enough sleep,” she said at the time.
Natalie also revealed that her weekly fitness routine consisted of Pilates, Xtend Barre classes, walking, and running.
On the road: stay fit! Natalie also revealed in 2013 that her weekly fitness routine consisted of Pilates, Xtend Barre lessons, walking and running
The Seven presenter married in 1995 with television editor, husband Andrew Thompson.
They share two children; Lachlan, born in 2001, and Hunter, born in 2005.
Sunrise broadcasts weekdays from 05:30 on Channel Seven
Tune in: Sunrise is broadcast on Channel Seven during the week from 5.30 a.m. Pictured: Natalie, hosts Samantha Armytage and David “Kochie” Koch and sports reporter Mark Beretta