Actress Sharon Stone revealed that the secret to her young skin was daily moisturising. The actress was speaking at the FUNKSHION “Celebration of Hope” fashion event held in Miami on Friday. She honoured her sister Kelly Stone at the event.

The 57-year-old actress dished on how she has retained a youthful glow, even as she approaches 60. She told that she is a huge advocate of daily moisturizing – a secret she learned from her own mother, People reported.

“My mom gave me a jar of Avon moisturizer when I was a kid, because she was an Avon woman, and told me to cleanse and moisturize morning and night, and that’s what I do,” she said.

Stone looked stunning in a sheer top, which she paired with flared white pants. The black top featured a deep V neckline, an array of fabrics, including leather panels along the arms and around the waist, lace floral detailing and mesh. She showed off her toned arms and svelte figure in the outfit.

The “Basic Instinct” star showed off some skin in the top. The actress’ short blonde locks were worn in a quiffed style which had been enhanced with a soft make-up look that consisted of a subtle pink lipstick and some generous amount of mascara. The actress also spoke about gender inequality in pay in Hollywood, Entertainment Weekly reports.

Stone made her television debut on TNT with “Agent X” on Sunday. The TNT spy drama stars Stone as vice president Natalie Maccabee, who pledges to protect the nation “against all enemies, foreign and domestic,” according to The Wrap. The network took to Twitter and shared the details.

Meanwhile, Stone said that her handbag essentials include sun block, hairbrush and mentos. The former Dior brand ambassador said that her favourite products are Dior Capture Totale and she uses them twice daily, Stylecraze revealed in January.

The star has been open about her aging journey in the past. She is also not shy about the body changes that have come with it. The star also credited her skin’s resilience to dermal filler Restylane, which she started using after suffering damage from a stroke in 2001.

In October, she told Harper’s Bazaar in an interview that these days’ people use fillers like a beauty treatment. “It’s like you have mascara and filler,” Stone said. The actress added that it was a far better alternative than having the face cut apart and ending up looking like getting sucked into a wind tunnel.

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