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Charlotte Cardin in Bathing Suit Says "Thank You"

Here’s her very French approach to wellness.

Canadian singer Charlotte Cardin is thanking fans for showing her new song so much love. Cardin, 28, shared pictures of herself posing in a dark green bathing suit, making the heart symbol over her head. "Thank you for all the love around confetti 🫶," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Cardin stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!



She Loves To Cook

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Cardin has a very French approach to food—she loves shopping for ingredients and cooking. "I have a huge passion for cooking and eating," she says. "Whenever I have spare time or a day off, I go to the market and cook all day."  


Le Café

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Cardin enjoys strong coffee. "Recent studies found that coffee drinkers are less likely to die from some of the leading causes of death in women: coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease," according to Johns Hopkins Health. "Both regular and decaf coffee seem to have a protective effect on your liver. Research shows that coffee drinkers are more likely to have liver enzyme levels within a healthy range than people who don't drink coffee."


Personal Time

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Cardin needs personal space to be centered and happy. "I didn't think I was a loner, but I realized I am a little bit," she says. "I really need some space, some personal time just to do my [thing] without having people around. I tour with extraordinary musicians, awesome human beings, and they're really good friends of mine, but I realized I do need some personal space to be happy."


Face Oil

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Cardin prefers using face oil instead of moisturizers. "I have this oil. It's all natural," she says. "It has a rose scent to it and I go to bed with oil on my face—just a little bit, not like, full-on olive oil. Instead of cream, I put a bit of oil. It's a dry oil called Pure Essentials. You can get it from the drugstore. I used to have really dry skin, and we have really rough winters in Montreal, and that oil changed my life—it's so good for your skin, and it's all natural. I like looking at the ingredients and recognizing the names."


New Skills

Cardin got through the pandemic lockdowns by learning new skills, which research shows is a great way to support brain health. "Practicing my guitar has helped me a lot during quarantine!" she says. "So, I guess finding a new hobby and trying to learn new skills would be my advice. It's so satisfying and fun."  

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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