Mum who 'barely aged in 20 years' says it all down to her simple skincare routine
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Let's face it some people just don't seen to age.
However, one mum has proved that you don't need to be rich and famous to look young - rather a simple implementation of a basic skincare routine, among a few other things.
Janey Kirk, 59, from Kirkcaldy, Fife, has enjoyed a long career as a singer and modelled for magazines and catalogues throughout her teens.
After starting singing at just six years old, she now performs at theatres with her talented daughter Carla Burt, 29.
But as she's gotten older, Janey's made a big effort to continue to look young.
The 59-year-old said: "Everyone calls me the Peter Pan of the singing industry because I've managed to stay looking so young.
"It's all down to my daily skin routine, eating the right foods and making sure I get plenty of sunlight without sun cream - it makes the world of difference."
She says the secret to her youthfulness comes from a simple skin routine.
It involves no moisturiser - just a hot cloth to scrub her face every morning and every night.
The mum-of-two - who hasn't changed dress sizes in 20 years - also takes nutritional yeast powder on a daily basis, along with vitamin B12 to keep her body's blood and nerve cells in check.
Matched with a healthy diet including lots of whole foods, Janey says that discipline is ultimately the key to looking younger.
"I use no chemicals on my face at all - no moisturizer or anything like that," she said.
"A hot, clean cloth to wipe my skin every morning and every night does the job perfectly.
"I take nutritional yeast powder and vitamins like clock work, and my diet is vegetables, berries and sometimes organic meat."
Janey continued: "I only ever wear make-up when I'm doing a show, and I don't wear anything fake like nails, eyelashes or painted eyebrows - the plainer the better.
"It's these simple things that keep me looking so young, and more importantly, it makes me feel good."
It might sound hard to implement such a strict lifestyle but at least it's not impossible.