Beauty secrets: MasterChef Australia judge Melissa Leong, 40, has revealed her very involved skincare routine - including the tool she can't live without


MasterChef judge Melissa Leong, 40, reveals her VERY involved skincare routine – and the tool she can’t live without

MasterChef Australia judge Melissa Leong is known for her youthful looks. 

And the 40-year-old food writer has now revealed her very involved skincare routine, in an interview with TV Week magazine.

Melissa explained her typical morning involves ‘de-puffing’, and she surprisingly chooses not to cleanse her skin when she wakes up. 

Beauty secrets: MasterChef Australia judge Melissa Leong, 40, has revealed her very involved skincare routine - including the tool she can't live without

Beauty secrets: MasterChef Australia judge Melissa Leong, 40, has revealed her very involved skincare routine – including the tool she can’t live without

‘I use a face washer and lukewarm water,’ she told the publication.

The glamorous TV star then uses her at-home microcurrent device NuFace in order to tighten her skin. 

‘I wipe my face with water and apply a gel conductor to use my NuFace – a microcurrent device that helps wake up my skin before makeup,’ she said. 

No puff: Melissa explained her typical morning involves 'de-puffing', and she surprisingly chooses not to cleanse her skin when she wakes up

No puff: Melissa explained her typical morning involves ‘de-puffing’, and she surprisingly chooses not to cleanse her skin when she wakes up

After this, Melissa applies moisturiser and sunscreen to her visage. 

‘Then I’m onto serum and moisturiser with a sunscreen – I’m using Olay vitamin C super serum and whip with SPF,’ she said. 

The Channel 10 presenter saves her ‘double cleansing’ for when she gets home at the end of the day, and combines this with retinol serums. 

Serums: The Channel 10 presenter saves her 'double cleansing' for when she gets home at the end of the day, and combines this with retinol serums

Serums: The Channel 10 presenter saves her ‘double cleansing’ for when she gets home at the end of the day, and combines this with retinol serums

‘When I get home I double cleanse, then alternate nights using a retinol serum and glycolic-based serum to keep my skin glowing,’ she said.

‘Moisturiser on top and sometimes an oil if I feel I need it.’

Melissa concluded by saying she uses a hydrating mask about once a week.   

Dressed to impress: Melissa is known for being one of the most well-styled stars on TV, and is often hailed for her quirky and feminine style

Dressed to impress: Melissa is known for being one of the most well-styled stars on TV, and is often hailed for her quirky and feminine style

The MasterChef judge is known for being one of the most well-styled stars on TV, and is often hailed for her quirky and feminine style. 

She previously discussed her fashion sense in an interview with Who magazine in November, describing her wardrobe as ‘wearable art’.

‘I do love fashion as a mode of self expression, and I appreciate it for being wearable art,’ she said.  

While the fashion-forward foodie is known for her eye-catching outfits, she said that ‘well-made classics’ are always in vogue.

‘What never goes out of style for me, are well made classics. I like to try and spend more on less, in that regard,’ she explained.  

Melissa also revealed her wardrobe essentials.

‘A great trench, jeans that make you feel like a million bucks, a chic winter coat, a dress that always makes you feel comfortable but amazing, cool shoes and of course killer accessories that can elevate any outfit,’ she said.

Revealed: Maureen always makes sure to prep Melissa's skin with serum and moisturiser before applying any makeup. She then uses MAC's Studio Fix Fluid Foundation

How does she do it? While the fashion-forward foodie is known for her eye-catching outfits, she said that ‘well-made classics’ are always in vogue



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