Grammy-Nominated (And Frequent Jennifer Lopez Collaborator) Maluma Reveals His Top 4 Wellness Tips
Whether he’s dominating the charts, magazine covers or the silver screen, Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, actor, and Jennifer Lopez collaborator Maluma, follows a super simple health regimen that yields dazzling results. Added bonus: your skin will thank you.
With over 50 million followers on Instagram and his latest music video with Jennifer Lopez for their spellbinding collaboration, “Pa Ti” causing a sensation, Maluma is unstoppable. (This dynamic duo will also star in the upcoming rom-com, Marry Me). Fortunately, Maluma abides by a foolproof wellness plan to help keep him soaring. Follow his tips and you’ll notice more glowing skin too.
Water, Water, Water
“I really don’t have a specific routine,” the star told Beautytap. While we all can’t be genetically gifted celebrities, Maluma may have a point here. If you’re spending tons of money or time on your routine and it hasn’t been delivering the results you want, perhaps it’s time to try something new and not be so rigid with your approach.
Instead of a list of products, Maluma emphasized the importance of staying hydrated. “I always make sure to drink plenty of water,” he revealed. This is a great reminder that the more hydrated you are, the better off your body will be and it can reportedly help in better absorption of your skincare products too.
Be Careful With What You Eat
On the other hand, your diet can have a more noticeable effect on your skin and that’s where Maluma doesn’t mess around. “Staying in shape and healthy is all about being consistent and having discipline. On top of working out every day, I truly watch what I eat,” he shared.
In fact, the Korean diet can apparently lead to that glowing K-Beauty skin. Hearty chunks of collagen — which is known to strengthen the skin and have anti-aging effects — can be found in popular Korean soups and stews. Even Makgeolli, a sweet Korean rice wine, provides amino acids and Vitamin B that reportedly help to firm and brighten skin.
Sleep Is Important
You’ve heard this before, but Maluma is here to say it again. “It’s important to get some rest,” the singer said. If you keep missing out on sleep, you’re not giving your body the chance to create growth hormones that can repair damaged cells within your skin. Your skin is only going to get worse due to lack of sleep, so do yourself a favor, grab an eye mask, and get some shuteye.
Breathe And De-Stress
It’s been quite an unprecedented and challenging year, and no one can blame us for stressing out these days, but we all need to de-stress or our skin will suffer. With a non-stop schedule, this Colombian singer, songwriter and actor knows how crucial it is to relax. Stress can destroy the production of hyaluronic acid resulting in dry, dull skin or it can have the opposite effect and increase your skin’s oiliness, which often leads to acne. Deep breaths, please. There is no shame in hitting the pause button.