EXCLUSIVE: Poh Ling Yeow’s skincare secrets: MasterChef star, 49, reveals the two surprising supermarket beauty products she uses to stay youthful and her SHOCK vice
She appears to be ageing backwards despite being just shy of 50.
And now MasterChef Australia star Poh Ling Yeow has revealed the secret to her incredibly youthful visage.
Speaking with Daily Mail Australia this week at her new pop-up restaurant at QT Melbourne, the 49-year-old reality star said two basic supermarket bought products are part of her beauty regime – a foaming face wash and moisturiser.
Beloved celebrity chef Poh Ling Yeow, 49, (pictured) looks younger and younger every year despite being just shy of 50 years old
‘Neutrogena foaming face wash with Aveeno. My whole life. That’s what I’ve always used and I swear by it,’ she said.
Poh said she has been eating ‘very clean’ recently, picking up fresh produce from the farmer’s market near her Jamface Café in Adelaide.
‘The other day for dinner I had half a rockmelon with beautifully made local prosciutto,’ she explained, adding she has also been indulging in steamed limes and mushrooms.
Now the MasterChef success story has revealed the secret go-to skincare routine which keeps her visage so youthful
Although she often puts her cooking talents to use in her own kitchen, she also enjoys naughty treats such as chocolate and two-minute noodles.
‘I eat very cleanly because the produce is so delicious, but I will go from that to eating like chocolate for breakfast. I can be a really gross person as well,’ she joked.
‘I love two minute noodles. That is my vice. If I’m a bit depresso or a little bit stressed out, that is absolutely my go to.
Speaking with Daily Mail Australia this week at her new pop-up restaurant at QT Melbourne , she said she only uses a foaming face wash and moisturiser
‘That and a bit of lettuce or Wombok and then some frozen fish balls or whatever I can find in the freezer.’
Poh recently revealed she will return to MasterChef this year as a guest judge after enjoying her last stint on the show alongside Melissa Leong.
She returned to the cooking competition for the Back to Win season in 2020.
‘Neutrogena foaming face wash with Aveeno. My whole life. That’s what I’ve always used and I swear by it,’ she said
And though she hoped to work alongside the original judges Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris and Matt Preston, she sang praises of Melissa.
‘It was really lovely to have that feminine energy of Melissa. I felt like it really brought such a different vibe and sensibility to the judging which I really appreciated,’ she said.
She went on to say she developed a ‘cultural bond’ with Melissa, 42, who is of Chinese-Singaporean descent, and felt grateful to have ‘someone on [her] side’.
Poh also revealed she had been eating ‘very clean’ recently, picking up fresh produce from the farmer’s market near her Jamface Café in Adelaide