She might have been christened Elle Macpherson, but the supermodel proved why she’s also known as ‘The Body’, when she stripped down to tiny two-piece for a snap posted online on Thursday.
Posing on a yacht and silhouetted against the backdrop of a brilliant blue sea in the Italian Riveria, the health guru showed off her picture-perfect form in a sporty grey, black and yellow bikini.
Holding a glass of her green goodness in her hand, the Australian beauty made the perfect poster girl for her new Super Elixir – a wellness drink that’s sold out twice in UK store Selfridges since launching on May 22.
Picture perfect: Supermodel Elle MacPherson stripped down to a bikini to promote her new wellness drink Super Elixir which will be on sale in David Jones in August
With legs that last for days, the six foot stunner looked the picture of health as she tagged the shot: ‘Super greens… After super swim.’
Showing off her to-die-for abs and toned limbs the age defying mother-of-three threw a casual sweat jacket on for the Italian Riveria holiday snap.
And it seems the average woman is holding out hope that Elle’s latest product- the Super Elixir health supplement- may help them achieve the blonde’s enviable figure. But no promises.
The Super Elixir health supplement, a bio-live alkalizing product which aims to assist vitality, has sold out across the UK and has celeb fans in British musician Florence Welch and UK model Daisy Lowe, some artists even flying tubs into Glastonbury festival to help them balance their body chemistry.
Green goddess! The 50-year-old’s new health supplement is a bio-live alkalizing supplement which can be added to your morning juice or food, a body like Elle’s is not guaranteed however
Blonde bombshell! The mother of three says balance is the key to her fabulous figure – and drinking her drink of course.
Including alkalising super greens, Chinese herbs, and the miatake mushroom, Elle claims that just 10g of the powder, taken daily, provides all the vitamins, minerals and trace elements needed.
‘For years, I was taking vitamins and powders,’ she told the MailOnline in May. ‘I tried alternative medicine, acupuncture, reflexology.
‘I’m a pescatarian, I don’t drink, do drugs or smoke so what else can I do? I wasn’t unaware of wellness but something wasn’t working for me and I told my doctor “I don’t feel great”.
‘She told me my body was acidic, it was down to stress, travel and lack of sleep.’
The in-demand product hits David Jones’ shelves on 10 August, and no doubt will have health addicts lining up for a taste. But the supermodel body is not guaranteed.
Starting a craze! The U.S based beauty’s health drink has been a smash hit world wide and it’s set to launch in Australia in August
One of the original ‘supers’ the Australian businesswoman who has her own lingerie line knows a thing or two about keeping in shape in other ways.
A firm believer in balance the cover girl cites regular exercise, visualisation, meditation and of course her drink for being in fabulous shape.
The U.S-based Sports Illustrated star is said to be one of the celebrities following a new clay drinking craze, according to Grazia magazine.
The clay, which the A-listers mix with water, is said to be rich in magnesium, which bonds with toxins and heavy metals in your body before flushing them all.