They could be a group of 20-year-old friends out on the town, but some of the women in this photograph are actually twice that age.
Three sisters from the Hsu family in Taiwan have taken the internet by storm thanks to their incredibly youthful looks. And they’re showing no sign of ageing any time soon, just like their 63-year-old mum.
Lure Hsu, a 41-year-old interior designer, hit headlines two years ago when she appeared on an entertainment show in her home country and people couldn’t believe her age.
It definitely runs in the family, as her sisters share the same beautiful complexion and there isn’t a wrinkle in sight.
Their mum (centre) is aged 63 and clearly passed on her good genes (Photo: @sharon701111/Instagram)
In fact, FayFay Hsu celebrated her 40th birthday just days ago on June 26 – not that you would be able to tell.
The social media star has more than 70,000 followers on Facebook and 12,000 on Instagram, where she often shares photos with her little girl.
And their other sister, Sharon, a celebrity and model in Taiwan, is 36 but looks more like 19.
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Which one is which?
Lure, on the left, will soon celebrate her 42nd birthday.
In the middle is FayFay, turning 40, and 36-year-old sister Sharon is on the right.
It seems the ladies have inherited their youthful looks from their mum, who is 63 but doesn’t look a day older than them – that’s her in the middle in the picture below.
FayFay told MailOnline that their mum is responsible for their good genes.
She said: ‘When our mother was young, she was incredible youthful looking. Now she still looks great.’
How do they keep their youthful appearance?
Lure Hsu told Friday Magazine : “Moisturising is so important – in fact, ageing, fine lines and other skin problems moisturising can reduce.
“In addition, to keep skin healthy the sun is also very important, but not excessive exposure to it – especially in the summer.”
She also recommended eating less meat and more fibre, swapping them for more high-protein foods – and plenty of exercise, of course.
We’d all better get down the gym, then…