The actress has offered up about her top beauty tips to keep your skin looking fresh and glowing and it's really quite simple.
"I try to always cleanse my skin and moisturize at night," Gwyneth, who has just been announced as the new face of Restorsea, told PEOPLE. "I've gotten a lot better about it."
"I used to just wash my face with a wash cloth and water. But now I'm 41, so I need to be a girl and deal with products and put them on and stuff."
She also stresses the important of exfoliating the skin. "I still think a hot wash cloth is a really good exfoliator, and I still use it," she said. "But I put a cleanser on first. Exfoliation is super important. A hot wash cloth and a good scrub."
Another top tip for radiant skin? Exercise. "If you have a good sweat every day it's so detoxifying and good for your skin tone," she said.
Gwyneth recently gave fans a sneak peak at life as an A-lister by sharing a 'scrapbook' on her Goop website.
The selection of photos shows some of Gwyneth's treasures, including a number of new purchases like a new Fendi bag, an Opening Ceremony dress and a pair of snakeskin boots, captioned, "Man repeller? I don't care."
The stylish star also shared a picture of her perusing the rails at the Calvin Klein showroom and meeting Diane Von Furstenburg — "The madame, the myth, the legend."
A known foodie, Gwyneth couldn't help but share some of her favourite treats in the scrapbook. From a photo of the "best guac ever" at Bar Ama, to the "delicious" Hemingway Daiquiri at The Château, she gives her seal of approval to a number of yummy goodies.
The mum-of-two also posted a picture of a cookie made into the shape of her face . "Thanks for the present, but this is so wrong," she wrote.
Other snapshots in the collection include a picture taken of Gwyneth on the set of Glee, a picture promoting the "unbelievably good" second season of The Bridge and a bare-faced photo of the star wearing a custom-made chef jacket with 'Chef Gywneth' embroidered on it. "Yes, I'm a nerd," she captioned the image.