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Everyone now knows how Gwyneth Paltrow got her great butt (Tracy Anderson), how she stays skinny (flip through It's All Good) and where she likes to shop (thanks, Goop). Today, a new detail of the Paltrow lifestyle regimen has been revealed. Her flawless complexion is the work of Restorsea, an anti-aging skincare line of which she is the new "brand ambassador."
Restorsea's secret sauce is a natural enzyme released by salmon at birth which, according to its claims, helps skin maintain a youthful appearance. A press release about the news calls Paltrow a "purveyor of quality in all regards," saying, "a savvy consumer and always conscious of what she puts in her body and on her skin, Gwyneth takes great prudence in selecting skincare products. Upon experiencing Restorsea's natural efficacy and seeing real results, she fell in love with the product."
Paltrow says that she loves the way her skin looks when on the product—a "kind of freshness and dewiness"—and that she is thrilled to partner with the brand.
· Restorsea [Official Site]
· Vanity Fair Editor Graydon Carter Killed That Gwyneth Piece [Racked]
· Trainer Tracy Anderson and the Epidemic of Self-Sabotage [Racked]