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Tayshia Adams in Bathing Suit is "Finding More of Myself"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Tayshia Adams first made waves in 2019, when she became a contestant on The Bachelor. She then appeared on that year's Bachelor in Paradise. She returned to the franchise in 2020, when she took over as the lead on The Bachelorette from Clare Crawley. Adams even hosted the 2021 Bachelorette season, alongside former lead, Kaitlyn Bristowe. She just shared a new reel of herself in a hot tub on Instagram. In it, she wore a maroon bathing suit, looking gorgeous. She captioned the post, "Finding more of myself." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Tayshia Adams 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 Makes Time To Workout

No matter how busy her schedule is, Adams makes time to workout. "Self-care is so important to me and finding dedicated time to work out really helps me," she says to Stylecaster. "I block time in my calendar for the gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and I love to go on walks along the West Side Highway in NYC. Stretching and meditating once or twice a week is huge for me."


She Protects Her Skin From Acne

Adams talked about her skincare tips to Glamour. She says that she makes sure to prevent acne. "If I'm working out—which, I work out every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday morning—I solely use the SkinCeuticals Blemish + Age and sunscreen, and go to the gym," she explains. "Blemish + Age is so good when you're working out because it helps fight off that bacteria when you're sweating, so it helps keep my breakouts at bay. I'm more of a hormonal breakout person, so I break out especially around my period—you know, sometimes your skin gets a little funky. The Dr. Zenovia Clear Complexion Acne Spot Treatment is so good, and I just recently started using Starface pimple patches."


She Cleanses At Night

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When it comes to cleansing, Adams usually only uses it once a day. "In the morning, depending if I have any retinol on my face, I actually don't like to wash my face with any cleansers," she tells Glamour. "I just use a little bit of water. I don't think having the natural oils on your skin is a bad thing. At night I use the Salicylic Acid Cleanser from Inkey, or the Cetaphil Daily Cleanser."


She Moisturizes

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Adams makes sure to keep her skin moisturized. "I either use my No. 7 Restore & Renew Multi Action Day Cream that has sunscreen in it or the ReVive Intensite Creme Lustre Day Cream, which also has SPF 30," she tells Glamour. "My skin's been so dry because it's starting to get cold in the city, and the ReVive has been really good on my skin. The other moisturizer I've been using is the Peptide Moisturizer by The Inkey List. Then, I'm an Aquaphor girl, but if I don't have it, the Hydra Balm by SkinCeuticals is kind of this thicker ointment that's good for daily dry skin so I'll use that where it's really dry. I use that as an extra hydrating layer and just go to bed."


She Uses A Scalp Brush

Adams revealed her secrets to taking care of her scalp to Glamour. "Conair's two-in-one scalp brush is the product I didn't know I needed. I use it every night before I go to bed to help stimulate hair growth. I use it in the shower to help with product buildup, and I swear to you, my hair is growing and it feels healthier."

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