Joleen Diaz is an American social media personality and elementary school teacher who has been dubbed ‘The World’s Hottest Mom’. She went viral online after her daughter, Meilani Parks, posted a video of her on social media and she was mistaken for her friend.
Joleen was born on January 26, 1977 in Guam and currently resides in Northern California, where she teaches 3rd and 4th graders.
Joleen credits her youthful appearance to a strict skin-care regimen, balanced diet and good genes. She reveals that she religiously take care of her skin and has been doing so since she was 12.
“I began taking care of my skin at a young age, around 12 or 13. My mom used to buy Mary Kay and I would secretly use her skin care products."
She also reveals that she maintains a healthy lifestyle and avoids alcohol.
“I rarely drink alcohol. I get a lot of rest, and eat a balanced, healthy diet.”
When asked what products she uses to look so youthful, Joleen credits sunscreen, vitamin C serum and tretinoin (or Retin-A). She mentions that she religiously puts on sunscreen everyday, even on rainy and cloudy days.
Joleen’s daughter, Meilani, often says they get confused for being sisters:
When I say, "Mom," like in a store,t hey’ll be like, "Mom?" I thought you guys were sisters."And I’m like, "Oh, no, that’s my mom."
Joleen says she doesn’t mind her new-found attention and says the best part is being able to inspire people to take care of themselves, be healthier and make healthy choices.
When asked what kind of advice she would give to people struggling with their self-image, Joleen says people should focus on the one thing that people love about themselves.
I grew up a tomboy. I grew up on Guam. You know the scrawny kind of kid with the scraggly hair. So I think beauty shines when you have confidence within yourself. I mean, I don’t wake up looking put together and I don’t go to bed looking that great either, so I just would tell a woman like to just find confidence and beauty in herself. Find something about herself that she loves and focus on that, because there’s something inside all of us I think that we can find and love and build our self-confidence on.
- Social media: Instagram
- Ethnicity: Chamorro/Filipino
43-yea-old Joleen Diaz, posing next to her 19-year-old daughter
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