If your profession requires you to look good on and off camera, spending on beauty treatments and products is a worthy investment.
These stars believe that starting young is also important.
Investing on skincare at an early age ensures long-term benefits.
These ladies, all in their 20s, look pretty even without makeup, thanks to their genes— and beauty routine.
ELISSE JOSON, 21, always looks fresh and camera-ready.
The secret to her poreless-looking skin?
She washes her face a lot, and goes to her favorite beauty clinic at least twice a month.
When asked about the most important steps in her beauty routine, the Kapamilya newbie answers, "Sleep and moisturizer."
In a previous interview with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), she also said, "Dapat talaga matulog ka nang maayos para sa skin mo...
"Important ang moisturizing kahit na bata pa tayo.
"Ang skin natin magbe-benefit in the future if we moisturize now."
JULIE ANNE SAN JOSE, 23, has a similar regimen.
In a separate interview with PEP.ph, Julie Anne related, "I just wash my face a lot. I just want it super clean. Kasi ako, OC talaga ako when it comes to my skin care."
She also has a "no touch" rule when it comes to pimples.
"Wala akong ginagawa, pinapatuyo ko lang siya. I don't use too much products kasi baka lalong ma-infect.
"Sometimes, I do ask my derma to take care of it na lang instead. Kasi ayoko rin ng parang mag-self remedy, di ba? Mahirap na rin."
The Kapuso singer-actress also highlighted the importance of "drinking a lot of water" and "always eating healthy food—vegetables and fruits."
Meanwhile, RHIAN RAMOS, 27, believes that prevention is better than cure. Hence, she started getting non-invasive treatment for her facial wrinkles, cellulite, and stretch marks.
ERICH GONZALES, 27, devotes a lot of time and effort to making sure that her makeup is completely removed once she’s off-cam.
Her makeup artist RB Chanco told Preview.ph that the actress uses "over 10 makeup cleansing wipes and only stops when no small trace of makeup residue is left on the wipes."