particular attributes,” Bassett told the Los Angeles Times. “It’s robust and thicker.”
“We have natural sunscreen. It can be oily, which can aid you as you get older.
It has a lot going for it, but we can also get hyperpigmentation in the sun.
So we are trying to deal with various color differentials in our skin.
And the keloid scarring, if you’re prone to that, can cause any little scratch to become something. So we address those sensitivities.”
Bassett told the Times that she uses a “cleanser, hyaluronic serum, light cream, and Dr. Sturm eye cream” on a typical day. “I always put on coconut oil—skin is the biggest organ!” she added.
Besides the things you can do on the outside like creating a great face mask, staying hydrating, etc, Bassett said one crucial gem she lives by to stay beautiful:
“It’s your frame of mind,” she said. “It’s your mind, your mental state. We all have the capacity to be as beautiful or as ugly as we choose. It starts from the inside.”