Jane Fonda may have joked that “good genes and money” are the secret to her age-defying looks, but the 83-year-old actress and activist has been showing something else. Fresh from a Glamour reveal as she drops her skincare must-haves, the environmentalist has also been busy working out on her Instagram, a feed followed by 1.7 million and this month bringing some major strength training. Posting in early June, the “Monster in Law” star shared her workout routine, and it’s getting the thumbs-up. See why below.
Scroll for the photos. January marked Jane’s appearance on popular podcast “Fat Mascara,” where she casually name-dropped Katherine Hepburn, also admitting that her under eye concealer is so old, she has no idea what brand it is – or when the expiration date was.
The workout shots, indoor and seeing the legendary ’80s home video queen keeping up her toned physique, came with her in a black flare yoga pants look as she also wore a knotted white logo tee and practical sneakers.
Seen tugging resistance bands with both hands as she maintained perfect posture and shouted out Nordic Body Coach, the thrice-married star looked straight ahead from her living room, also offering a side view of her exercise – and it was mega-toned from the star whose fitness VHS tapes are still the best-selling workout ones of all time.
Taking to her caption, Jane opened to say she was “strength training” from the “home gym.” Swipe right below for the photos – scroll for her beauty reveal.
Jane, who has openly admitted to face lifts and now regrets her “sun worshipper” youth as she confesses it’s left her skin damaged, is a fan of a product that most people can afford. Cult skin favorite Weleda Skin Food, which retails for around $15 on Amazon, is the “9 to 5” star’s favorite, and she uses the Uncle Bud’s CBD Body Lotion – the latter comes as part of a promo deal as Fonda fronts the brand. More photos below.
Jane’s Glamour reveal came with her acknowledging her age. “As I’ve gotten older, my skin and hair have become even drier. So keeping moisturized and protected with sunscreen is pretty important,” she told the magazine, adding that for cleaners: “I tend to shift around. Uncle Bud’s has a foaming cleanser that I really like. If I don’t have a lot of makeup on, though, I’ll use L’Oréal’s face wipes.”
Jane also hits up the derm once every six months to ensure she hasn’t developed skin cancer. For someone younger whose “tan lines” post just got mega-slammed, just scroll.