Model Fabio Lanzoni, 62, is giving away $1MILLION in free beauty products for men

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Italian-American model Fabio Lanzoni, known around the world as Fabio, earned his looks as a novel cover star in the 1980s and 1990s.

And the 62-year-old, who is known for his sculpted chest and long flowing mane, is now using his industry experience for the greater good — giving away $1 million worth of free beauty products for Aussie men to raise mental health awareness. to increase .

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia last week, Fabio, who has teamed up with Australian entrepreneurs Liam Robinson and Daniel Phillips for their Aston James line, revealed the secrets behind his youthful looks and (even shared his iconic love tips!).

Beauty and brains: Iconic Italian model Fabio Lanzoni (pictured), 62, has revealed the secrets behind his youthful appearance as he vows to give away $1 MILLION worth of free beauty products for men, all to raise mental health awareness

Fabio surprisingly revealed that he isn’t fussy when it comes to beauty, doesn’t wash his hair every day and only “uses the most organic products.”

He sees the ‘basis of life’ as finding a ‘balance between body, mind and soul’ and compared the process to controlling a car.

“You have to take care of the engine, you have to take care of the body, also the steering wheel. You could have the most beautiful engine and the most beautiful body, but if you forget the wheels, you are flat and you are not going anywhere,” he said.

Outlook: Fabio surprisingly told the Daily Mail Australia last week that he isn't fussy when it comes to beauty, doesn't wash his hair every day and only 'uses the most organic products'.  He considers the 'basis of life' as finding a 'balance between mind, body and soul'.

Outlook: Fabio surprisingly told the Daily Mail Australia last week that he isn’t fussy when it comes to beauty, doesn’t wash his hair every day and only ‘uses the most organic products’. He considers the ‘basis of life’ as finding a ‘balance between mind, body and soul’.

“It’s the whole package. You have to find the balance between mind, body and soul. That is the basis of life.’

Born in Italy in 1959, Fabio started out as a model and actor in his native country before moving to New York City to focus on modeling.

In addition to adorning the covers of hundreds of novels, the genetically blessed Italian has served as a spokesperson for several brands, including I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! and Old Spice.

His Early Days: Born in Italy in 1959, Fabio started out as a model and actor in his native country before moving to New York City to focus on modeling.

His Early Days: Born in Italy in 1959, Fabio started out as a model and actor in his native country before moving to New York City to focus on modeling.

Fabio on finding an Australian wife:

“They’re sober. Living in a city like Los Angeles, it’s ‘me, me, me, me’…I always have a good experience with Australian women.

“They are down-to-earth and beautiful inside and out. They really understand the values ​​of life.

‘For me as a man, that’s a real woman. They are refined, they are beautiful on the inside, they are beautiful on the outside.’

He surprisingly opts for a balanced approach when it comes to nutrition and exercise. He starts the day with oatmeal, berries and protein, followed by fish and vegetables or salad for lunch and something light with rice or quinoa for dinner.

While he doesn’t drink booze, he does allow himself to occasionally eat pasta during the day before hitting the gym for a weight training session in the afternoon.

Referring to the current trend of Brazilian butt lifts and fat-freezing treatments, Fabio said you can “work out and get a real butt” without it looking “fake and fake.”

“When you walk, it doesn’t even move properly,” he laughed when describing a surgically enhanced derriere. ‘It doesn’t seem real. It’s terrible. Nope, exercise and it will be sturdy instead of being a wobbly thing that doesn’t even move properly.

“40 or 50 years ago they would put those people in the circus,” he added.

Fabio, who is on the hunt for a “down-to-earth Aussie woman,” also urged Aussies to shut down dating apps and focus on meeting a potential partner in the great outdoors.

Legendary beating heart: In addition to adorning the covers of hundreds of novels, Fabio has served as spokesperson for several brands, including I Can't Believe It's Not Butter!  and Old Spice

Legendary beating heart: In addition to adorning the covers of hundreds of novels, Fabio has served as spokesperson for several brands, including I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! and Old Spice

'You need physical contact': Fabio, who is on the hunt for a 'sober Aussie woman', also urged Aussies to shut down dating apps and focus on meeting a potential partner in the great outdoors

‘You need physical contact’: Fabio, who is on the hunt for a ‘sober Aussie woman’, also urged Aussies to shut down dating apps and focus on meeting a potential partner in the great outdoors

In top form: Fabio takes a surprisingly balanced approach to diet and exercise, starting the day with oatmeal, berries and protein, followed by fish with vegetables or salad for lunch and something light with rice or quinoa for dinner

In top form: Fabio takes a surprisingly balanced approach to diet and exercise, starting the day with oatmeal, berries and protein, followed by fish with vegetables or salad for lunch and something light with rice or quinoa for dinner

‘You can still meet people’ [outside]. You have a beautiful harbor, beautiful beaches. Get out and be with nature. People don’t do that anymore,” he said.

“Anyone on the computer can lie. They can lie about their age, they can lie about a lot of things. You need [physical] contact, no computer call, no text message.’

About cosmetic surgery:

‘I understand when someone is insecure and doing plastic surgery here and there but now you get to the point where they go overboard.

“All of a sudden their faces stop moving and they look possessed. They look like they come out of a horror movie.

“They think they look great, they look good. People look at you, you get attention, they think you’re a freak.’

Fabio is now giving away $1 million worth of Aston James products to Australian men for free, with $1 from each kit being donated to the Black Dog Institute. All Aussie men have to do is pay the postage.

The partnership is close to home for Fabio, who has made it his mission to ‘give back to society’.

‘I lost my sister to cancer, I am very passionate about cancer’ [research]. There are so many diseases. We as humans have the potential to make a difference.’

About working with entrepreneurs Liam and Daniel, Fabio said: ‘Australia and New Zealand are years ahead of everyone else when it comes to homeopathic remedies. You have plant extracts that you cannot find anywhere else in the world.

“When they approached me with the idea, I knew it would be a murderer. It would be a perfect combination. The products have an Italian package, it is a very chic, very luxurious line.

“There are many products that are beautiful, but the product inside is not great.”

‘We really wanted to capture something beautiful. All our bottles are glass, frosted glass. The extract we used is so powerful. We are also the first company in the world to use stainless steel for shampoo and hair conditioner.”

For more information, visit Aston James.

Charity: Fabio is giving away $1 million worth of Aston James products to Australian men for free, with $1 from each kit being donated to the Black Dog Institute.  All you pay is the shipping and handling charges.  Pictured with Aston James founders Liam Robinson (center) and Daniel Phillips

Charity: Fabio is giving away $1 million worth of Aston James products to Australian men for free, with $1 from each kit being donated to the Black Dog Institute. All you pay is the shipping and handling charges. Pictured with Aston James founders Liam Robinson (center) and Daniel Phillips

Success story: The partnership is close to home for Fabio, who has made it his mission to 'give back to society'.  On the line, he said, “When they approached me with the idea, I knew it would be a murderer.  It would be a perfect combination'

Success story: The partnership is close to home for Fabio, who has made it his mission to ‘give back to society’. On the line, he said, “When they approached me with the idea, I knew it would be a murderer. It would be a perfect combination’

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