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PHOTOS: Marisa Tomei Is 49, Has Not Aged Since 1994
Like a fine wine, one actress gets better with age -- except it seems like she skipped the whole aging process and just remained youthful. PHOTOS: Shania Twain Is 48, Has Not Aged Since 1995 At 49, Academy Award-winning actress Marisa Tomei continues to outshine other much younger Hollywood starlets. And while one might assume that surgery had something to do with that, the native New Yorker has discovered other, more natural ways to keep her gorgeous glow. Back in 2010, while promoting her new fitness DVD, titled “Core & Curves,” the then-45-year-old spoke with ELLE Canada about her secrets to looking and feeling amazing. Yes, Tomei does work out daily to keep her svelte shape in check, but she did discovered a fun way to stay fit. PHOTOS: Sharon Stone Rocks a Bikini, See Her Many Ageless Looks “I’ve always done dance and yoga, and I still do, and all those things create long, lean lines and this workout stays with the long, feminine shape,” Tomei said of her workout regimen. Tomei says she isn't a fan of weights, but stays active in other ways. PHOTOS: Brad Pitt Turns 50, Looks Like He Did In 1993 “I might do a dance class, or get a massage, which will activate me in a different way,” she said. “I take hikes when I’m in Los Angeles, I hula hoop -- a lot of different things.” “Hooping will make you smile every time and with a hoop you’re working 360 degrees of muscle. It’s every single muscle in your waist and hips,” she said. “It’s joyful and very feminine and I like the idea of women moving their hips and really getting into their bodies.” Of course, she wouldn’t be so sizzling hot without a balanced diet. Tomei told the fashion magazine that she prefers a Mediterranean diet featuring fresh fruits and veggies from the farmer’s markets, protein, and loads of water. And to keep her skin so smooth and supple? It’s all about moisturizing. READ: Christina Aguilera Dishes on Weight Loss Secret “I drink a lot of water and wash my face with Cetaphil,” said Tomei. “I use natural jojoba oil to moisturize, but I do change moisturizers on and off. I usually stick to the basics.” The leading lady’s routine has clearly been working for decades now. See what we mean below. And if you're trying to channel a younger look yourself, watch the video above.
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1994

Attending the benefit premiere of her new film "Only You" in Beverly Hills.
(Reuters)

1995

Posing for the press in Cannes to promote "The Perez Family."
(Associated Press)

1998

Sitting with Rod Steiger and Shirley Temple Black during the 70th annual Academy Awards.
(Reuters)

2009

Arriving at the 81st Academy Awards in Hollywood.
(Reuters)

2010

Attending the "CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute" in Los Angeles.
(Reuters)

2011

Posing at the premiere of "The Ides of March" at the Samuel Goldwyn theatre in Beverly Hills.
(Reuters)

2012

Arriving for the gala presentation of the film "Inescapable" at the 37th Toronto International Film Festival.
(Reuters)

2013

Attending the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood.
(Reuters)

2014

Promoting the Broadway production "The Realistic Joneses" in New York.
(Associated Press)

2000

Arriving at the premiere of the new Paramount film "What Women Want."
(Reuters)

2001

Reading a student's poem at a benefit for Working Playground in New York City.
(Reuters)

2002

Receiving an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in the film "In The Bedroom."
(Reuters)

2003

Arriving for the premiere of her new comedy film "Anger Management" in Los Angeles.
(Reuters)

2004

Attending the "Paramount Pictures hosts Star-Studded Dinner" at ShoWest in Las Vegas.
(Associated Press)

2005

Posing at the 2005 Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica.
(Reuters)

2006

Speaking at the 20th annual American Cinematheque Award in Beverly Hills.
(Reuters)

2007

Posing at the world premiere of "Wild Hogs" at El Capitan theater in Hollywood.
(Reuters)

PHOTOS: Marisa Tomei Is 49, Has Not Aged Since 1994

Like a fine wine, one actress gets better with age -- except it seems like she skipped the whole aging process and just remained youthful. PHOTOS: Shania Twain Is 48, Has Not Aged Since 1995 At 49, Academy Award-winning actress Marisa Tomei continues to outshine other much younger Hollywood starlets. And while one might assume that surgery had something to do with that, the native New Yorker has discovered other, more natural ways to keep her gorgeous glow. Back in 2010, while promoting her new fitness DVD, titled “Core & Curves,” the then-45-year-old spoke with ELLE Canada about her secrets to looking and feeling amazing. Yes, Tomei does work out daily to keep her svelte shape in check, but she did discovered a fun way to stay fit. PHOTOS: Sharon Stone Rocks a Bikini, See Her Many Ageless Looks “I’ve always done dance and yoga, and I still do, and all those things create long, lean lines and this workout stays with the long, feminine shape,” Tomei said of her workout regimen. Tomei says she isn't a fan of weights, but stays active in other ways. PHOTOS: Brad Pitt Turns 50, Looks Like He Did In 1993 “I might do a dance class, or get a massage, which will activate me in a different way,” she said. “I take hikes when I’m in Los Angeles, I hula hoop -- a lot of different things.” “Hooping will make you smile every time and with a hoop you’re working 360 degrees of muscle. It’s every single muscle in your waist and hips,” she said. “It’s joyful and very feminine and I like the idea of women moving their hips and really getting into their bodies.” Of course, she wouldn’t be so sizzling hot without a balanced diet. Tomei told the fashion magazine that she prefers a Mediterranean diet featuring fresh fruits and veggies from the farmer’s markets, protein, and loads of water. And to keep her skin so smooth and supple? It’s all about moisturizing. READ: Christina Aguilera Dishes on Weight Loss Secret “I drink a lot of water and wash my face with Cetaphil,” said Tomei. “I use natural jojoba oil to moisturize, but I do change moisturizers on and off. I usually stick to the basics.” The leading lady’s routine has clearly been working for decades now. See what we mean below. And if you're trying to channel a younger look yourself, watch the video above.

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