Salma Hayek’s go-to ingredient for ageless skin is in this cream

In case you missed it, Magic Mike is back! If you didn’t catch the latest installment in theaters, Channing Tatum can now dance into your line of sight via streaming on Hulu. While we love his chiseled jawline and abs of steel, it’s the frisky frolicking he does with his stunning co-star — 57-year-old Salma Hayek — that’s got our attention. Have you seen her lately? The stunning Hayek’s complexion rivals that of women half her age, and she credits the main ingredient in this impressive cream. Want to see if it takes a decade or two off your face? Grab a jar now at Amazon for just $13.

Del Indio Papago

This cream contains Salma Hayek’s secret weapon skin-care ingredient for youthful-looking skin.

$10 at Amazon

Hayek has been steaming up the silver screen for nearly 30 years, though you’d never know it by watching Magic Mike’s Last Dance. But there’s no magic behind her flawless complexion, just the bark of a tree.

“I use an ingredient called Tepezcohuite that’s used in Mexico for burn victims because it completely regenerates the skin,” Hayek told Elle magazine. “Some of the ingredients, when I took them to the American labs, they were like, ‘Oh my God! How come nobody is using this?’ This is why I have no Botox, no peels, no fillings.”

The Tepezcohuite tree is often called the “Mexican skin tree” because its bark is known to help regenerate skin and hair. As a testament to that, it was used to treat hundreds of thousands of burn victims in an earthquake and a gas explosion in Mexico in the 1980s when no medical supplies were available.

Selma Hayek

From dusk to dawn and back again… Could this Mexican miracle cream have your skin looking as timeless as Hayek’s? (Photo: Getty)

Not many American companies have caught on, but Amazon shoppers have been loving the Del Indio Papago Night Cream for a number of reasons.

“I read the Salma Hayek article and decided to give it a go,” a reviewer said. “I have ridiculously picky skin (rosacea, sensitivities, etc.), and I don’t get my hopes up as most things I try either irritate my skin or cause breakouts. I have sun damage, fine lines and menopausal acne. Basically, I never know what I’ll see when I look in the mirror. I’ve used this for three weeks, and so far so good. No irritation, my skin is calm and hydrated and best of all, no acne.”

“Game changer,” declared an excited shopper. “I bought this because Salma Hayek swears by it. I have been using this for a few weeks now. I must say that my face looks firmer, and I do see a difference.”

One five-star reviewer reported that they noticed a difference in their skin almost immediately. “I’ve been using religiously at night for a week and a half,” they wrote. “Twice in the past few days, I have run into a few acquaintances who said I actually looked younger since the last time they saw me. I bought this on Salma Hayek’s recommendation….and look at her!”

“I just wanted to brighten up my complexion a little,” related a very enthusiastic user. “The next day after I used this, I was glowing. Perfect. Dewy! Holy moly! I use it morning and night now, and my skin is amazing. No winter dullness. No middle-aged sallow. Even the smell doesn’t bother me much anymore — it’s well worth the payoff for skin that looks this good.”

Del Indio Papago

This cream contains Tepezcohuite powder, collagen and vitamin E.

$10 at Amazon

If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.


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