Lindsay Lohan reveals her comeback health secrets

The Lindsay Lohan the media has come to know over the last few years has been a troubled soul, but like all people, the actress always possessed the ability to make it out of her unhealthy habits and back onto her feet. Though it remains to be seen if Lohan is steering clear of the drugs and alcohol she’s used in the past, it appears that–at the moment–she’s living a healthier lifestyle. SEE ALSO: Is Justin Bieber picking a fight with Lindsay Lohan? To prove she’s on the up-and-up, Lohan has done a series of comeback interviews, detailing her favorite products and what health trends she’s currently into. Though she loves some pricey products like La Mer (depending on the product you want, you could spend upwards of $1000), she also enjoys some healthy options that anyone can take part in. She even talks about the importance of staying hydrated–something all women should take to heart when it comes to a healthy, clear complexion. “The Mario Badescu Drying Lotion is really good for a spot, or Tazorac, but that you have to get at the dermatologist,” Lohan said to Into the Gloss about her skin. “I freak out when I get any blemishes and I’ll pick my face—I’m so, so bad about that. The Tazorac almost works as a concealer in a way because it mattifies. I wouldn’t say that I have acne-prone skin, though—it’s normal-to-dry—especially dry if I’m traveling and not drinking enough water. I forget about that…water is so boring.” For her mental health, Lindsay focuses on the little things in life–like avoiding manicurists and doing Naam yoga. “I hate sitting through manicures—it’s therapeutic for me to put it on myself, like an exercise in patience. There was a whole ritual when I was doing the play—I’d go to my dressing room to be alone and sit on the floor at the mirror and start my nails and makeup. There’s something very calming about it,” she explained. But as much care goes into beauty and makeup choices, Lohan understands the value of staying active. She indicated that kickboxing and running were always a part of her fitness plan, but recently she has found a rewarding workout in S Factor. “Everyone should try S Factor,” she said. “It’s almost like erotic yoga—all these women in a dark room doing really sexy movements. It’s very sexual, and there are poles involved, but it’s good for you and it builds confidence and makes you think differently about how you treat your body. And you sweat so much, it’s so good. The class starts with yoga, and then some stretching that feels like Pilates. Then everyone starts to move around the room really slow and really sensual. It’s beautiful to watch. And in the second hour you’ll do a routine at the pole. ” Lohan’s description of the program is fairly accurate; according to the website, S Factor is fitness that celebrates the unique feminine movement of women. It’s a mixture of yoga, ballet, Pilates, striptease and pole dancing, and aims to not only improve overall fitness, but provide women with a stronger sense of self-confidence. SEE ALSO: Lindsay Lohan series to air on OWN Such self-confidence is evident in Lindsay Lohan’s recent interviews and slow move back into the lime-light. The actress has revealed a calmer, healthier side, though there are still glimpses of the old Lindsay Lohan we’ve come to know best. Only time will tell if she has truly made the move into a healthier way of living, but her candid interviews suggest she is focusing on her own well-being and plans to continue doing so.The post Lindsay Lohan reveals her comeback health secrets appeared first on Voxxi.

Lindsay Lohan appears to be making a healthy comeback. (Rena Schild/ Shutterstock)

The Lindsay Lohan the media has come to know over the last few years has been a troubled soul, but like all people, the actress always possessed the ability to make it out of her unhealthy habits and back onto her feet.

Though it remains to be seen if Lohan is steering clear of the drugs and alcohol she’s used in the past, it appears that–at the moment–she’s living a healthier lifestyle.

SEE ALSO: Is Justin Bieber picking a fight with Lindsay Lohan?

To prove she’s on the up-and-up, Lohan has done a series of comeback interviews, detailing her favorite products and what health trends she’s currently into. Though she loves some pricey products like La Mer (depending on the product you want, you could spend upwards of $1000), she also enjoys some healthy options that anyone can take part in.

She even talks about the importance of staying hydrated–something all women should take to heart when it comes to a healthy, clear complexion.

“The Mario Badescu Drying Lotion is really good for a spot, or Tazorac, but that you have to get at the dermatologist,” Lohan said to Into the Gloss about her skin.

“I freak out when I get any blemishes and I’ll pick my face—I’m so, so bad about that. The Tazorac almost works as a concealer in a way because it mattifies. I wouldn’t say that I have acne-prone skin, though—it’s normal-to-dry—especially dry if I’m traveling and not drinking enough water. I forget about that…water is so boring.”

For her mental health, Lindsay focuses on the little things in life–like avoiding manicurists and doing Naam yoga. “I hate sitting through manicures—it’s therapeutic for me to put it on myself, like an exercise in patience. There was a whole ritual when I was doing the play—I’d go to my dressing room to be alone and sit on the floor at the mirror and start my nails and makeup. There’s something very calming about it,” she explained.

But as much care goes into beauty and makeup choices, Lohan understands the value of staying active. She indicated that kickboxing and running were always a part of her fitness plan, but recently she has found a rewarding workout in S Factor.

Pole dancing can be a way to get into shape
S Factor incorporates feminine movement into an exercise format. (Shutterstock)

“Everyone should try S Factor,” she said. “It’s almost like erotic yoga—all these women in a dark room doing really sexy movements. It’s very sexual, and there are poles involved, but it’s good for you and it builds confidence and makes you think differently about how you treat your body. And you sweat so much, it’s so good. The class starts with yoga, and then some stretching that feels like Pilates. Then everyone starts to move around the room really slow and really sensual. It’s beautiful to watch. And in the second hour you’ll do a routine at the pole. ”

Lohan’s description of the program is fairly accurate; according to the website, S Factor is fitness that celebrates the unique feminine movement of women. It’s a mixture of yoga, ballet, Pilates, striptease and pole dancing, and aims to not only improve overall fitness, but provide women with a stronger sense of self-confidence.

SEE ALSO: Lindsay Lohan series to air on OWN

Such self-confidence is evident in Lindsay Lohan’s recent interviews and slow move back into the lime-light. The actress has revealed a calmer, healthier side, though there are still glimpses of the old Lindsay Lohan we’ve come to know best.

Only time will tell if she has truly made the move into a healthier way of living, but her candid interviews suggest she is focusing on her own well-being and plans to continue doing so.

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