Stay young like Angel Aquino and learn from her diet, exercise, and beauty secrets.
smooth-skinned and honey-toned, it is hard to believe that actress-host Angel
Aquino, who is also a mother of two, is already in her 40s. Angel, who will
return to primetime through the James Reid-Nadine Lustre starrer Till I Met You
, gladly shared tips she
swears by in order to remain being youthful.
1. Diet: Drink a lot of water
When it comes to
her diet, Angel said that she would always advise people to drink plenty of H2O
as water is one’s best friend.
“It makes up the
most part of your body so you really have to replenish it all the time,” she
shared that reading about how water can help ease headaches. “Kasi your brain
is mostly also water so minsan when you have a headache, it’s usually because
you’re dehydrated,” Angel said.
2. Exercise: Try to do it everyday
admitted skipping on exercise for about 15 to 20 years, Angel, nonetheless,
acknowledges its value now.
sundot lang ako na nag-try ako ng Bikram (Yoga) for maybe a month. Nag-try ako
ng ibang exercise but I would only attend a few times but now, I realized the
importance of exercise,” she said.
“As in everyday,
you can put it in your schedule kahit man lang, I don’t know, dance or
something basta you try to move lalo na when you’re getting older, you really
have to move those muscles or else they will get weaker and then you will get
“Your body is the
only one you’ve got so you have to take care of it,” she said.
3. Beauty regimen: Use moisturizer
Angel stressed the
importance of using moisturizer on the face, “Moisturizer is important and is
never too early. Kahit ‘yung mga bata at even if you have oily skin, moisturize
with water-based moisturizers because it will really pay off eventually.”
4. Outlook in life: Don’t lose hope
For Angel, she
believes in staying optimistic about life.
“Don’t ever lose
hope. Don’t ever lose your trust in your life. Know that things will unravel
and everything will just work out,” she said, adding that she also has her own
“Kasi ako, I have
that struggle also especially that I’m in my 40s so siyempre, mag-mimid-life
crisis ka na niyan. You don’t know what will happen in the next half of your
life or in the next year. You don’t know if you’ve achieved enough because
you’re never satisfied with whatever you’ve already done. Pero ‘yun na nga, you
just have to be kind to yourself. Always give yourself a pat in the back and
say you’re doing a good job,” she said, reiterating the importance of
appreciating and loving one’s self.