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Influencer Addison Rae Shares Swimsuit Photo From "Special Place"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Addison Rae is one of the world's most successful 22 year olds. She's an influencer, best known for her work on TikTok. She's been able to turn that into both an acting and singing career. Rae just shared some highlights from a recent vacation she took on Instagram. In them, she went on a bike ride, went to the beach, and went swimming. She captioned the post, "Special time special place." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Addison Rae stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Calls Out Haters


In an interview with ELLE, Rae talked about her career so far. In it, she called out the people who are negative on social media. "No matter who you are or what you do, there's going to be negativity," Rae says. "Social media can be toxic, and dealing with it is definitely an uphill battle. The comments can be so cruel, and it really throws me off that people even feel the need to say the things they do. I think if everyone just learnt to love themselves, they'd have less to say about other people."


She Believes in Self-Love


Rae is all about self-love. One way she has found it is by finding her style and the clothes for her body type. "Learning how to style my body type and understanding what looks good and feels good on me has been a big thing," Rae told ELLE. "Every body is so different, so something that looks great on someone else might not look the same on me. And that's fine. It's about finding things you love, but in a way that makes you feel the most confident – and making it your own."


She Follows Her Instincts


Rae follows her own instincts when it comes to her career. She tells ELLE that this is why she has so much success. "Everything I've done so far in my career is because of choices I've made, and straying true to myself and my intuition. So why would I listen to what anyone else has to say? I got here all on my own."


She Focuses On The Positive


In an interview with Vogue, Rae talked about how she handled getting feedback on her music. She says that while she was discouraged with some of the comments at first, she learned to focus on the positive ones. Rae says that this helped her want to go on. "I began to notice there was this group of people who were super-interested in them, and it restored a little bit of excitement about it all for me," she says. "I was just really surprised, after what felt like a long period of time, that people were so interested and wanted to see me continue. And so I began to realize that the only way I can fail is by not continuing. I think that's the most important thing I've learned over the past two-and-a-half years."


She Takes Care Of Her Skin

Rae shared her skincare routine in an interview with Byrdie. "I start my day with my Item Beauty FastPass Gel Cleanser ($18), then follow up with an Epicuren Enzyme Toner ($22). Then I use the Item Beauty Lite Sauce Moisturizer ($20), which is lighter and easier to use in the morning. I follow that up with the Epicuren X-Treme Cream Propolis Sunscreen SPF 45 ($43) to get ready for the day…For evening, it stays very similar, except if I'm wearing makeup, I'll use my Item Beauty Slick Type Cleansing Balm ($20), which is great for removing makeup, and then will follow my morning routine steps (gel cleanser, toner). I end with my Item Beauty OverDew Moisturizer ($20) at night, which is thicker and more moisturizing for bedtime."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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