Madonna Talks Feminism, Skin Care, and Faking a Good Night’s Sleep
Madonna talks about her new MDNA Skin care line in a new phone interview with PopSugar.
How many hours does Madonna usually take to rest up?
Six. If I’m lucky, and it’s a Sunday sleep-in day, eight. And that’s just a marvelous privilege.
What’s so special about the MDNA Skin Finishing Cream? For one, it contains M.T.PARCA Thermal Water extracted from Montecatini, Italy. This province in Tuscany has won fame for the healing properties of its water.
People go to these spas to heal everything from arthritis to skin ailments. The water rises to the surface of the volcanic eruption, and then that’s skimmed off of the top. That’s purified, and those waters have a specific mineral composition that not only conditions, softens and hydrates, but also helps firm and illuminate the skin’s appearance.
According to Madonna, eczema, acne, scars, and rosacea can all be healed or reversed with M.T.PARCA Thermal Water. Asked if it can go on other parts of your body, like how she previously told us that her Magnetic Clay Mask should be applied to your butt because “it has an audience” she answers:
Well, that was a joke. But, absolutely. It has a microcurrent quality, so it’s stimulating your muscles. You can use it anywhere.
I tend to wake up with really puffy eyes, so if it’s early in the morning, the first thing I have to do is put ice on my eyes and do things to make the swelling go down.
The thing that makes you feel the most beautiful is when you’re happy with yourself, and you’re confident, and you’ve done something good.
Madonna also referenced when she gave an emotional speech on being a woman in the music industry at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards, or the time she built a pediatric care wing at a hospital in Malawi.
Those are empowering moments that make me feel beautiful inside and out.
We need to get people to look deeper into the double standards and hypocrisy that have existed for so long.
It’s not just equal rights for women, it’s equal rights for women of all ages. Ageism is something that runs very, very deep in our DNA as humans. I think women and men are guilty of it. So, I hope that that is the result of what’s happening right now.
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