Salma Hayek in New York. Geordie Wood for The New York Times Salma Hayek, 50, may have broken into Hollywood via “hot girl” roles, but she long ago left them in the “Desperado” dust. These days, she has become quite the powerhouse: producing TV shows, running a skin care and makeup label called Nuance, investing in the company Juice Generation — and acting. This month, she’ll appear in the action film “The Hitman’s Bodyguard,” in theaters Friday. Here, she reveals how she keeps her skin sane and why a particular Japanese masseuse is the woman to know. I never cleanse my skin in the morning. My grandmother taught me that at night your skin replenishes all the things you lost during the day. Also, if I cleanse very well at night, why would it be dirty when I wake up? It’s for companies to have you use more products. I spritz rose water — it’s so gentle and wakes the skin up. Then I apply moisturizer. I have an oil from my line Nuance that I love. I don’t do sunscreen unless I’m going to be out in the sun all day. Why? I don’t think the chemicals in […]

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