Model Adriana Lima claims there is nothing wrong with a little perspiration as it helps achieve her coveted glow.
Adrina Lima believes sweating is good for the skin.
The Victoria's Secret model claims there is nothing wrong with a little perspiration as it helps achieve her coveted glow.
Adriana told E! News: ''Of course for me, it's important to work out. I believe that sweating helps your skin look better. Also, I always carry spray water for my face in my bag and mascara. I always want to keep my lips moist, too.''
The 32-year-old mother of two also credits running after her kids - Valentina Lima Jarić, 4, and nine-month-old Sienna Lima Jarić - as the reason for her enviable figure.
She added: ''My children definitely keep me fit. I'm busy all day... moving around. I try to work out as much as I can. Even if it's for 10 minutes. If you can squeeze in a walk, squats or jump rope, it's better than nothing! And sometimes I make time for classes. ''
Despite the brunette's lacklustre exercise routine and love of pasta, her toned body means she loves to prance around in skimpy swimwear in the summer months.
Adriana continued: ''It's so sunny in Miami. That's where my home is, so I'm usually in a bikini or a little dress, shorts, T-shirts. Very relaxed.
''I like triangle tops and it has to be small. It has to be tight on the side and very little. It's because I don't like to have many tan lines, so yes. In Brazil, we always wear small bikinis!''
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