Marie Osmond Reveals the Product, Procedure and Diet That Keep Her Looking So Youthful

Celebrities frequently partner with skin care companies in the form of brand ambassadors, but for one of Hollywood’s elite to become a part-owner of a skin care line? Now, that’s not exactly common. However, 58-year-old famed singer, Marie Osmond, did just that, becoming the part owner of the brand MD Complete Skincare.

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MD Complete is a product line created to provide dermatologist-level skin care results without actually ever having to step into a doctor's office. After a multi-decade career in Hollywood, Osmond’s skin has been through a lot. “I’ve been in entertainment for years, under bright lights and wearing heavy makeup so my skin needs a little extra help,” she explains. 

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Luckily, Osmond found a product line that she swears made such a significant change in her skin that the results even compare to an in-office dermatologist treatment. “[The line] matches laser treatments—this product is like laser in a bottle,” she says. “The side-by-side images of what it can do are amazing.”

But Osmond doesn't only rely on topical products for youthful skin, she's tried a few in-office treatments as well. “I’ve done [fraxel] laser which has good results but it was so rough in healing,” explains Osmond when discussing the dermatologist procedures she’s tried in the past. “The recovery is brutal and I just don’t have time for it. Once I was embarrassed to go on stage even after 10 days of healing post-laser.”

Although, topical products aren’t the only way Osmond likes to nourish her skin, she says her food choices make a big difference as well. “I have a breakfast of oatmeal and berries or yogurt—I actually love to freeze blueberries because I’m an ice cream-aholic and it makes me feel like I’m eating a sorbet at night,” she says. “The antioxidants in them are so good for your skin.”


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  • andy
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    she looks great for 58... but clearly she had a lot more than laser and skincare - I understand that there's harsh judgement for celebrities/public figures, both with aging and with having surgical/cosmetic procedures.. but trying to capitalize on deceitful endorsements and claims that their youthfulness is a result of a skincare product is wrong. It's deceitful - and promotes an unattainable beauty standard for an aging demographic that also makes healthy "food choices" and takes care of their skin. thumbs down to this!

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