Eva Longoria In Bathing Suit Enjoys 'Life At Sea'

Eva Longoria in white top with bedazzled pink earrings and elegant curls.
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Eva Longoria is giving us all a major case of swimsuit envy with her latest promo shoot for Casa del Sol. In a photo posted on Instagram on July 17, the tequila brand owner flaunted her sculpted legs on the deck of a boat, basking in the sun and musing on the glory of life at sea in the caption.

Read on to learn about the activities that help her stay in shape, as well as the photographs that prove they work—and don't forget to check out the 30 Top Celebrity Swimsuit Moments to become beach-ready too!

She Looks Flawless At 47

Showing off her chiseled pins in pink bikini bottoms that tied on her hips, the 47-year-old stood with her back to the glimmering water, looking out into the distance as the wind tousled her hair. She wore a white top inscribed with her brand's name and rocked dark sunglasses. Fans were quick to gush over her ageless beauty in the comments, telling her she looked "gorgeous in the sunshine."

Longoria added a photo of a bottle of Casa del Sol tequila, ruminating in the caption (which she penned in Spanish): "Life at sea is more savory."

She Takes Care Of Her Skin

Compliments abound on her feed whenever the Desperate Housewives alum shares photos of herself and, with a figure like that, it's no wonder that fans are scurrying to leave loving comments on her posts.

A quick browse of her Instagram page will let anyone know that the movie star is passionate about fitness and takes good care of her body and skin. Sharing her beauty secrets with PEOPLE back in 2017, the stunning brunette stressed the importance of moisturizers and sunblock, stating that she applies both every morning.

If you still haven't found the perfect moisturizer, the Mayo Clinic advises picking up a product that is hypoallergenic and fragrance-free. "Drink plenty of water, don't smoke, and wash your face and body each day with a gentle hypoallergenic soap for healthy-looking skin," states the clinic, adding: "After bathing, moisturize with a hypoallergenic, fragrance-free moisturizer when you're done to help the skin hydrate."

She Pampers Herself While Traveling

Longoria's beauty routine doesn't stop at the front door. The glamorous movie star has a set of practices that she follows while traveling to make sure her skin stays hydrated and glowing. A self-described "big serum girl," she never boards a plane without her L’Oreal RevitaLift serum: "I fly a lot too so it’s constantly in my purse and I have a bag full of moisturizers that I lather on before takeoff."

The actress also pampers herself during flights, enjoying a good facial mask on the plane -- "I scare everybody!" she jokes -- and a hot towel. "I definitely have a skin routine on planes because I fly so much," she said.

She Represents Her Brand

Getting back to her Instagram post, Longoria has been hard at work promoting her tequila brand ever since it was first launched in September. The actress co-founded Casa del Sol, working with a team run largely by women, who come from generations of tequila-making in Mexico, to build her business.

"You would think there were more Mexican-backed brands, and you would think there were more women in it, but there aren't," she told Food & Wine. "Our distillery is 100 percent Mexican, and the CEO of the distillery is a woman. For me, it was never, 'Oh, what's the next thing I could sell?' There is really an authentic connection I have with not only the category of tequila but this particular brand."

She's Acing The Promos

The actress-turned-entrepreneur really knows what she's doing with Casa del Sol -- not only is she an actual fan of tequila but also a talented businesswoman, who has had several tequila companies wanting to work with her before her brand was born.

"Instead of being celebrity-forward, Casa del Sol is about the legacy and the liquid," Longoria explained her vision. "It's really about the tradition of sustainability — how they farm the agave, how they pay fair wages."

Her business philosophy is widely apparent in the promotional material that she shoots and, while many of the photos feature her soaking up the Mexican sun in a bathing suit or a sundress, the clear focus is on the tequila rather than her celebrity status.

"Tequila can't be celebrity-led because it is about craftsmanship and art," she said. "Because it is an art."

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