Time marches on and somehow this model just keeps getting better!
She has modeling jobs with high-end organizations like Marks & Spencer and JD Williams. Her complexion is on par with that of other models less than half her age. Yazemeenah Rossi started modeling when she was 28, but her amazing looks as she aged caused her career to explode in recent years.
How does Yazeemah maintain these freakish, youthful good lucks at the age of 61? Her fountain of youth is not expensive. In fact, the formula is rather simple and uses everyday items.
She rubs olive oil on her face to prevent wrinkles and rapeseed oil through her hair. She also makes an exfoliant from olive oil and fine sugar to give herself a weekly scrub.
There are no beauty products I couldn’t live without as I can always find what I need anywhere. My basics are in the kitchen cabinet, but I also use some extra luxuries like various precious oils.
Yazmeenah believes that people are encouraged by the media to buy expensive products but the body can actually protect its own skin.
Rather than having an elaborate skin care regime, Yazmeenah believes that it is important to eat healthy fats on a daily basis and to oxygenate while exercising.
Recently, Yazmeenah was chosen part of a campaign for a swimsuit collaboration between online shop The Dreslyn and a lingerie house called Land of Women. According to Brooke Taylor Corcia, founder of Dreslyn, the purpose of the collection was to veer away from the hyper-sexualized imagery of existing swimwear lines. She decided to choose Malibu, California-based Rossi as their model of choice because, as she said to Huffpost, “This is a woman who radiates health and vitality. She’s confident, she’s a visual artist, she takes care of herself. [This line is] all about being a person who’s well-lived and well-traveled and has intelligence and confidence, and letting that shine through.”
Looks as if it is time to stock up on olive oil and drag sign up for a yoga class, right?
Congrats and way to go, Yazmeenah Rossi. You are an inspiration to many who have been taught that growing old has to be a bad thing.