Celebrities are known to take special care to preserve their looks and to appear spectacular on screen. Here are 17 such beauty secrets that you must know about.

Natural ingredients are best to enhance your health, both on the inside and outside. It has been proven time and again that using naturally sourced ingredients can help you attain a flawless skin and preserve those looks. So, take tips from some of the celebrated personalities to enhance your beauty with all natural ingredients.

Lupita Nyong. This Oscar winning actress uses avocado oil to remove her makeup and to keep her skin moisturized all the time.

Emma Stone. She has a sensitive skin and she switched to natural sources to manage her beauty. Emma uses natural grape seed oil to moisturize her skin, particularly after the bath and at night.

Scarlett Johansson. She applies raw lemon over her skin to brighten dull skin and get rid of red spots, particularly before a special event.

Kate Hudson. She is ready to bear the pain and dunk her face in an ice bath to revive glow on her face.

Zoe Saldana. She applies oatmeal based face masks and highlights her hair using henna tea and rum since her adolescence years.

Cate Blanchett. She uses olive and macadamia nut oil to enhance her complexion. She prefers to use this oil as part of the homemade scrub with grapefruit juice and sea salt.

Shailene Woodley. She ingests clay to get rid of the negative isotopes and heavy metals from her system and swishes her mouth with sesame seed oil to get whiter teeth.

Gwyneth Paltrow. She believes in the power of coconut oil and uses a lot of it on her face, skin, and also in her cooking.

Priyanka Chopra. She applies a mask of fresh yogurt with a little turmeric powder to heal her skin and get the natural glow.

Miranda Kerr. She applies a mix of coconut oil and apple cider vinegar for shiny tresses.

Lauren Conrad. She reduces puffiness around her eyes with sliced refrigerated potatoes by placing them over eyelids for about 15 minutes.

Viola Davis. She uses Crisco on her feet as a lubricant for her bunion, around her toes and at the bottom of her feet, which helps to get rid of ash and dry skin.

Catherine Zeta-Jones. CZJ uses a mix of honey and salt to exfoliate and moisturize her body. Apart from this, she also conditions her hair with beer.

Denise Richards. She advocates putting avocado on the hair for deep conditioning, just avoid the scalp to save it from turning very greasy.

Salma Hayek. She suggests applying a whipped egg white over the burn area to settle its pain and heal it better. It also helps to prevent the appearance of scarring and burn blisters.

Teri Hatcher. She adds red wine to her bath to make her skin appear soft.

Blake Lively. Just like Blake, apply mayonnaise on the bottom half of your tresses to prevent them from turning dry after shampooing.