The $12.99 budget beauty product Cindy Crawford swears by and her interesting workout.

When it comes to working out, the majority of us focus on our arms, legs, stomach or our bums.

Not Cindy Crawford.

The supermodel has revealed her key workout to Into The Gloss, and it revolves around a body part we’d never even thought you needed to exercise – your neck.

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“Over 20 years ago, I saw a woman doing exercise for her neck. She explained that if you keep those muscles toned, it helps preserve the line of your jaw,” she explained.

While they’re simple to do and easy to do just about anywhere, Crawford chooses to incorporate them into the rest of her workout.

“Just lie flat on your back with your chin pointed up, and lift your whole head about an inch off the ground,” she advises.

“Without putting your head back down on the floor, bring your chin to your chest. I do three sets of 10 repetitions, but you can build up to that!”

Crawford also shared a beauty and fitness trick she does to save time.

“Since I know I’ll be washing my hair right after I exercise, I put a pre-wash conditioner in my hair – especially on my ends. A greasy ponytail during a workout never hurt anyone,” she said.

“I always buff my heels and apply healing ointments to them to take advantage of the fact that I will be wearing socks for at least an hour.”


Yes, that’s multi-tasking for you.

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The mother-of-two also revealed a number of her other beauty tricks and tips, revealing that “sharing them” is actually her favourite part.

“After I shower but before I dry off, I use Neutrogena Body Oil ($12.99) all over. I let it soak in for a few seconds before drying myself with a towel,” she said. (Post continues after gallery.)

Promoting an emphasis on looking after her skin, alongside neck exercises, she also swears by dry brushing – the process of brushing your skin when it is dry before hopping in the bath or the shower.

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“On dry skin, I use the brush all over my body, always brushing toward my heart,” she told Into The Gloss.

“Not only do you brush off dead skin, you invigorate your body, stimulate your lymphatic system, reduce cellulite, and decongest your skin (talk about a miracle tool!)”

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And if it works for Crawford, you bet we'll be giving it a go.

Do you do neck exercises? Would you try them?