Jacqueline Fernandez to Reveal Her New-age Skin Diet in a Book

Published: 04th September 2015 09:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th September 2015 09:43 AM   |  A+A-


For the last two months, actress Jacqueline Fernandez has been following a new-age skin diet, which is working wonders for her. The actress, who loves her rigorous fitness training, is thrilled to see that the diet has been having positive effects on her skin. And now the actress plans write a book where she will reveal her new diet and give beauty tips to get flawless skin.

"It's called a skin diet but it's not about getting skinny. This is about maintaining the PH levels in your skin through a balanced diet of acidic and alkaline food," says Jacqueline, who is a vegan and has gone off sugar too.

The actress has battled problems related to acne and pigmentation during her adolescence, and has worked hard to maintain her skin.  "It all comes down to what you put in your mouth. The idea of the book came to me when I was asked to blog about fitness. I decided instead to compile my journey to no eye bags, no stomach aches and no eczema through 12 chapters of a book," says Jacqueline.

Through this book, Jacqueline wishes to reveal the simple tips she follows like drinking a glass of lukewarm water with a spoonful of apple cider vinegar, cleansing and toning with specific creams and never sleeping with makeup on.

The actress is currently filming for Rohit Dhawan's "Dishoom" with Varun Dhawan and John Abraham and "A Flying Jatt" with Tiger Shroff. The actress will be doing some action in the latter.

Jacqueline, who recently worked with Akshay Kumar on "Brothers," also feels inspired by her super-fit male co-stars. "All my co-stars are so fit and keep me on my toes. I'm doing a lot of action this year and need to be strong and immune to injury."


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