The new Avon spokesmodel recently launched the brand's Anew Platinum skincare line, which targets skin sagging and wrinkles in women over the age of 60.
"I love that the cream is for women over the age of 60, I think it's thrilling that we're being considered in a different way. A lot of friends my age say they feel invisible -- and I can relate to that," said Bisset, at the launch event held at New York City's A Voce.
The deep-purple packaged products boast paxillin, a skin protein thought to be critical in helping skin cells retain the lush, fully expanded shape of their youth. While a cleanser, day cream and eye cream are included in the collection, the layer-friendly serum and night creme take center stage with peptide-rich formulas that leave skin hydrated and softer in texture. Items range in price from $15 for the cleanser to $64 for the serum, and are currently rolling out this month.
Yet, the actress -- who has appeared in over 50 films during her lifetime -- says the secret to her perpetually growing career lies not only in the products she uses, but her whole outlook on life.
"My philosophy on health and aging is to use good products, eat a low salt and high fiber diet, get enough water and focus on my health. Sometimes it takes a problem to get you where need to be," said Bisset.
She also believes that peace of mind and a state of love both have far greater effects on your skin than any product alone.
Once the internal feng shui has been set, the Surrey, England native says that her diet has most affected her skin and health, as she eats radically different than she did as a young actress in Hollywood.
"I eat 90% vegetarian, and about 10% animal protein. The most significant change is that I cut out the white flour, white sugar and butter seasonings when I was 40 -- even the white custard that I loved," Bisset told StyleList. "I eat brown everything -- brown rice, brown bread - and I feel tremendously better."
While the ageless star surprisingly didn't have many beauty secrets to spill, she did share a tale about her mother's best friend Jacqueline -- for whom she was named -- and despite being "a most annoying woman," she had luxuriously smooth skin far into her mature years. "She called it 'creaming your face.' Her skin was so soft that I wanted the same thing," said Bisset.
With wise words preceding and concluding every beauty tip, one thing's for sure: Bisset is the emblem of true beauty, both inside and out.
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