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Olivia Munn: Potatoes help keep my wrinkles away

Olivia Munn posted this diptych of herself

Olivia Munn posted this diptych of herself to Instagram on Tues. Feb. 23, and stated her improved skin is due to eating Japanese potatoes. Photo Credit: Olivia Munn via Instagram

Olivia Munn set out to silence whispers that she’s had work done on her face — and has instead set tongues wagging over her unexpected “secret” to a youthful glow.

The 35-year-old “X-Men: Apocalypse” star swears by a Japanese variety of sweet potato as one the items in her youthful skin arsenal. “Japanese potatoes that are high in Hyaluronic Acid help keep wrinkles away,” Munn said in a lengthy Instagram post, which also listed working out three times a week and dropping 12 pounds (for her role in “X-Men”) as explanations for her recent change in appearance.

The “Newsroom” alum also shared that she reshaped her eyebrows — “a facialist pointed out to me that I was shaping my brows into a frown” — and added that she got rid of her sunspots, in what sounded very much like a plug for Proactive Mark Fading Pads.


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