When it comes to beauty and graceful ageing, we have always looked towards French women in awe. Which is probably why renowned author, Mireille Guiliano’s latest lifestyle manual called French Women Don’t Get Facelifts has been stirring up such a buzz.
In this article published by The Sydney Morning Herald, Guiliano who recently visited Australia says “Ageing with attitude is what I believe in”.
The key message from Guiliano’s latest book is that we should think a little differently about the way we eat, dress, drink, groom and sleep throughout the various stages of our life – whether it’s your 40’s or your 70’s. Her guide combines a mixture of recipes and strategic advice related to anti-ageing, with an abundance of useful tricks and tips.
What we loved most about the book is Guiliano’s reminder that “water is the cheapest anti-ageing remedy and walking is the next one.” It may sound simple but you’d be surprised how often we forget this. Apart from this, Guiliano has compiled a list of anti-ageing foods and French beauty secrets which we thought was really helpful and interesting to keep in mind. It’s completely doable as well!