Elsa Hosk in Bathing Suit Has "Perfect Getaway"
Elsa Hosk, the iconic Victoria's Secret Angel, has been out and about this week, hitting the Cannes Film Festival. She also had "the perfect getaway to Capri with my @etro fam💎🦋💙," she captioned a swimsuit photo. "Beautiful," commented stylist Emili Sindlev. How does she stay fit? Read on to see 5 ways Elsa Hosk 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!
This is How She Treats Herself
"Right now, I feel like I don't have much time to treat myself because, in between working full-time, taking care of Tuulikki, and being in the middle of a renovation, there's just no time left for myself. Still, I know that self-care is so important to be my best self. I love having Emma, my acupuncturist, come over, set up in the garden, and do a long 90-min session. Acupuncture is something that deeply relaxes me, and I feel the results for a while after, too. I feel so different after a session; my body feels no pains or aches, and it's just fluid and balanced," she tells the Zoe Report.
This is the First Thing She Does When She Wakes Up
"Feed my baby. I do that half asleep because she wakes up at 6 a.m. I always feared having to get up early, but it's been surprisingly easy. I never used to be a morning person, but it's crazy how you automatically adapt once you have a baby who depends on you," she told the Zoe Report.
This is Her Favorite Drink
"I'm just a sucker for a good lemonade!" she told W. "Try simply tossing an orange or a few small clementines into your bag for an on-the-go snack that doesn't require refrigeration. Grapefruit also makes a great addition to a leafy green salad, or try broiling a halved grapefruit with a sprinkle of brown sugar or drizzle of honey. Lemons and limes aren't often eaten whole, but they provide great flavor in fish, salad dressings, desserts and beverages," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Likes Baths
"I prefer audiobooks in the tub so I can have my eyes closed in the dark with some candles lit," she told W. "Taking a warm water bath can increase blood flow and it can also reduce pain and inflammation," says the Cleveland Clinic. Also: "A recent study shows that cold water immersion like an ice water bath and contrast water therapy (a series of brief immersions in warm and cold temperatures) can improve the short-term feeling of relaxation in athletes, which can after their performance and well-being."
She Protects Her Skin
"Lying the sun is not good for you," she says. Apply that SPF before going out. "Any exposed part of your body — including your earlobes, scalp and lips — can burn. Even covered areas can burn if, for example, your clothing has a loose weave that allows ultraviolet (UV) light through. Your eyes, which are extremely sensitive to the sun's UV light, also can burn," says the Mayo Clinic.