Shayne's Skincare & Recipes

Shayne Hindes

Wilhelmina Model & Foodie Shayne Hindes shares her favorite foods for skin, including her skin regimen, and 2 skin recipes A MUST TRY!

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Wash face morning and night.. 

Morning- Double cleanse at night to remove makeup and then again to clean the skin. Apply Toner (I love Caudalie) and a scent- free moisturizer( I use La-Roche Posay).  Following, I add a little rose oil to my skin for brightening and redness. I also add an eye cream to help with puffiness and skin tightening. Finally, I’ll load my lips up with Aquaphor overnight, so I wake up with hydrated and full lips. 

Morning- I try to keep it simple since I’ll be out and about with a little makeup on. I’ll cleanse once, and then moisturize with a 30 SPF combo. I follow up with an eye cream that also has SPF. I wear sunscreen 365 days of the year! For a refresh during the day, I’ll spritz Caudalie’s face toner over my skin.


  • I start the day with warm water and lemon, to help alkalize my tummy! 

  • Post water, I'll have black coffee on my couch, with my boyfriend. No phones.

  • Post coffee, I’ll go for a run or head to a Pilates class. It clears my head and keeps me fit. I try to workout 5 days a week! 

  • During the day through my commutes, I’ll plug in and listen to The New York Times “the daily” to stay up to date on current events. It helps me stay connected with everything that’s going on, without getting too caught up in the news. 

  • I always call a girlfriend or my mom at least once during the day. Being connected with your loved ones helps keep life in perspective, and absolutely adds to wellness 

  • In the evening- I try to put my phone away. I won’t text or go on instagram. I’ll make a healthy dinner, and take my time at it! Cooking is a great meditation and I love it. 

  • Post dinner, I’ll have something sweet, and cozy up on the couch and then have a glass of magnesium before bed. 

FAVE QUOTE- “What you seek, seeks you” - Rumi

I love this quote!!! It holds so much truth and depth. I really do believe that in life, the energy you put out, comes back to you. Your perspective and attitude towards the world will frame an aura, and it’s up to you what your aura projects. Of course, there are so many times of doubt and  negativity. I struggle a lot to keep the energy I put out, a positive one. But if you try to look past your doubts and worries, and believe in love, life, and the process, what is yours, will come to you. I always remind myself that! It’s such a simple phrase, that can change how you feel about your entire day. 


The movie, Bonnie and Clyde, from 1967!! (I actually love really old movies) I recently saw this film for the first time and am now obsessed with their story! Plus, Faye Dunaway is an absolute goddess in this role. 


To Kill A Mockingbird

This book will forever be in my heart. Ever since I read it for the first time in High School- it’s been mine. I’ve re-read it over and over. It’s absolutely classic 


Benefits of Kale

Kale- It’s been a trend for a while, but there is a reason for it! I’ve been addicted to kale and the wonderful benefits that comes with it, for years. It’s easy to throw into any salad or dish! More than anything, I love it for skin because it has 206% DV of Vitamin A in one cup!! That’s a lot of A. Vitamin A is a compound that includes Retinol, which is vital for cell production and growth- it helps keep the skin firm and healthy! Kale also includes 134% DV of Vitamin C, which is key for immunity and detox, as it’s loaded with antioxidants that help counteract damage done to the body by free radicals (hello NY!) As a plus, kale has 2g of fiber, which keeps you full and helps with regularity. And may I just add: no one eats just 1 cup of Kale, so imagine getting twice the amount of vitamins if you have 2 or 3 cups.

Benefits of Pumpkin

Pumpkin- I’m obsessed with cooking with pumpkin. It’s an amazing filler and sub for fat, flour, or even eggs in baking. It’s also a great base for soups (hi fall) and sauces. Pumpkin is a total comfort food. I love it for skin because it offers 245% DV of Vitamin A, again, offering high amounts of Retinol just like Kale. Something this easy, and this tasty, is a must when cooking and baking, just for the high amount of A.

benefits of bone broth

Bone Broth- Another “trend” lately, bone broth has got to be one of the most healing foods. It’s essentially the breakdown of bone and connective tissue from an animal, and delivers more nutrients than you know. It’s LOADED with collagen. The broth contains gelatin and glucosamine, which helps seal the gut and stomach lining. Your gut is absolutely related to your skin- if the gut is off, the body is off, the skin is off! The broth helps restore your stomach lining and aids in the growth of good bacteria and collagen, which overall will promote a healthy body.


Shayne Hindes Skincare

Fall is here!! Autumn has always been my favorite season. There is nothing not to love about the weather, and the harvest fruits and vegetables make this time of year cozy, and delicious. Pumpkin, is something I bake with a lot! It’s a great filler for fat, flour, and eggs. Here is my low calorie take on a pumpkin loaf.

Collagen, Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Loaf

Pumpkin Loaf Recipe

INGREDIENTS: ( 90 Cal/Per Serving)

  • 1 Can Organic Pumpkin

  • 1 C Organic Flour

  • 1/4 C Collagen

  • 1/3 C monk fruit sweetener

  • 1 tbsp coconut oil

  • 1 egg white

  • 1 tbsp vanilla

  • 1  baking soda

  • 2 tsp baking power

  • 1 tsp salt

  • 1 Tbsp Cinnamon

  • 2 tsp pumpkin spice

  • 3 Tbsp Lily’s Choc Chips

  • a sprinkle of pumpkin seeds (optional)


  1. Preheat oven to 350

  2. Mix flour, collagen, baking soda, baking powder, sugar, spices and salt in a bowl.

  3. Combine to the remaining wet ingredients, including pumpkin! Finish off with adding the chocolate chips.

  4. Make sure mixture is thoroughly combined with a spatula. Don’t over mix, or the dough will become overly glutenous.

  5. Scoop batter/dough into a standard bread loaf. Sprinkle with pumpkin seeds. Bake 40-45 min!

  6. Let sit for 10 min before enjoying

Turmeric Curry Glow Soup

turmeric soup recipe

A curry and turmeric coconut soup that I swear will cure any jet-lag, and leave your skin glowing. It’s so easy, and very simple to customize! {I used bone broth, which I love because it’s loaded with vitamins and protein from bone marrow.} I added coconut milk and curry to give it a kick, plus, lots of turmeric to help with any inflammation post trip! Here’s my current recipe I used to help detox and fight the dullness from a long flight.


  • 3 Cups Bone Broth

  • 1 Cup Lite coconut milk (from can)

  • 1 cup coconut milk (I like @so_delicious)

  • 3 Cups chopped Bock Choy

  • 2 leek stalks sliced

  • 2 cups of chopped carrots, bean sprouts, mushroom, or veggies of choice

  • 3 TBS Red Curry Paste

  • 2 TBS minced garlic and ginger

  • 2 TBS Turmeric

  • 1 TBS Curry Powder

  • 1 tsp Cumin

  • Salt and pepper to taste

1. In a large pot, with a splash of coconut milk, heat the minced garlic and ginger until fragment. After, add in all the veggies and let soften.
2. Once veggies are soft, add all the spices and curry paste
3. Immediately follow with all of the coconut milk and bone broth
4. Let simmer on medium-low heat until the soup is fully cooked and the veggies are soft enough to eat! {Top with anything you like. I added seaweed and almonds for some extra crunch}

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