‘Old’ George Santos, 35, reveals everything he’s done to his face to prevent aging

Ex-Rep. George Santos will do anything in his power to prevent himself from aging.

The New York native, 35, candidly detailed his skincare regimen, exclusively telling Page Six Style all of the nip/tucks and luxe products he’s opted for in order to maintain a youthful glow.

“I feel very old,” he shared. “The upkeep is simple. Tons of retinol. Tons of product like La Mer. You can’t go wrong. I’m a big Estée Lauder La Mer person.”

Ex-Congressman George Santos exclusively detailed his skincare routine to Page Six Style. Brian Zak/Page Six
The New York native, 35, revealed his favorite moisturizer is La Mer. Brian Zak/Page Six

Celebrities frequently list Crème de La Mer moisturizer ($380) as a favorite skincare product.

Santos also said he goes for Botox, gets fillers and even has facial threads to give his mug a lift.

“Just take care of yourself,” he advised, adding that he’s back on Ozempic to lose the weight he gained from the stress of his looming criminal trial.

The expelled politician also revealed he gets Botox, filler and facial threads. Getty Images
“Just take care of yourself,” he advised, adding that he’s also back on Ozempic to lose weight. Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Last year, Santos was accused of allegedly misusing campaign funds to go on designer shopping sprees, to which he has pleaded not guilty.

Santos, who claims he’s made around $600,000 on Cameo where he’s revived his drag persona Kitara, is using Ozempic to try and shed 70 pounds before his potential prison stint.

His goal is to drop to 200 pounds with help from the celebrity-beloved weight-loss drug.

He’s hoping to lose 70 pounds and reach his goal weight of 200. Getty Images
He previously had ballooned to more than 350 pounds. CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images

“OK, I’m 6-foot-2. I don’t want to be skinny,” he told us. “I’m too old to be a twink anyway.”

The self-described “fallen Congressional diva” previously used the drug, which was originally created to treat type 2 diabetes, to lose weight when he had ballooned to more than 350 pounds.

“I wore a size 55, 56 jacket,” he told us. “I had a moment where I’m like, ‘Enough.’”