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Clad in a tiny two-piece, Hewitt appears on the cover of the March issue of Shape.

The 34-year-old actress credits The Buti Workout with her new bikini body. 'Buti has given my arms and shoulders definition, and helped to lift my butt, too,' Jennifer Love Hewitt told Shape. She's the magazine's latest cover girl. But her body hasn’t always been bikini-ready — she was famously criticized in 2007 after an unflattering photo of her at the beach surfaced. “It was a horrible moment I hope to never relive,” Hewitt told the magazine. “The irony is, all it did was make me want to grab as much junk food as I could. I’d never been more hungry! I didn’t just want a hot dog — I wanted the entire hot dog stand!”

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The mercury is rising, which means your skin could start behaving like an angsty teenager. According to dermatologist Jeannette Graf, M.D., our skin changes with the weather because the level of relative humidity in the air. Which means that the amount of humidy influences the amount of moisture your skin takes in, which means dry skin will be less dry, combination skin will be more oily and oily skin gets even oilier.


Summer Skin Issue: You’re Shiny
That oily shine is caused by sebum, which is your skin’s number one defense mechanism. Sebum is naturally high in vitamin E and offers key antioxidant protection, which is exactly what your skin needs the most during the summer.

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If the arrival of spring makes you want to get moving, you're in good company. Recent studies show that people exercise more when warm weather returns. "Everything is primed for us to get more active and excited about being healthy," says E.R. doctor Travis Stork, M.D.  Since, we here in Florida are enjoying seasonably warm weather, the quest for that bikini body has already began for most.  Engage in the following Tips to help you Spring into Health.

Fit In Fitness

Walk while you talk.When you're on the phone, get on the move. You'll burn about 54 calories during a 20-minute call.

Stand up more. Sitting for six hours a day increases your risk of being overweight by 68 percent, says recent research. Another reason to get up: "The change in posture helps keep your joints healthy and your muscles strong," says Dr. Stork.

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