Vanessa Lachey Dishes on Lymphatic Massages, Her Favorite Product to Use in Hawaii and the Scoop on ‘Love is Blind’ Season 3

With the new season of NCIS: Hawaiʻi filming already in full swing and Love is Blind season 3 on the horizon, Vanessa Lachey is the definition of a busy working mother. Like many people, she says she’s simply attempting to juggle all of it this summer time—work life, marriage, and three lovely “Island Kids.” Thankfully, she shares the TV internet hosting and parenting obligations with husband Nick, and when she took a minute to speak to us about her charitable partnership with Dairy Queen and her upcoming tasks, she says they nonetheless want to plan a household journey with Camden, 9, Brooklyn, 7, and Phoenix, 5 to be sure that they’ve the finest summer time ever.

The Lachey household made the transfer to Oahu final 12 months for her breakthrough position in NCIS: Hawaiʻi, the place she performs lead badass, particular agent Jane Tennant. Vanessa says the children are thriving and transferring to Hawaii it’s the smartest thing she and Nick have completed for his or her household. Here, the 41-year-old presenter and actress offers us the scoop on life on and off set and the one therapy she loves for self-care from head to toe. 

You’ve already began filming season 3 of NCIS: Hawai’i. Do you may have to practice in advance for the motion scenes and stunts?
“We’re already on episode 3 and yes, we do. We train for each episode depending on what it is. I don’t have to train for each episode, but you know, there’s a saying you don’t have to get ready if you stay ready. Obviously being a mother of three and doing other shows for Netflix, as well, it’s hard to constantly stay ready. So, before each sequence in each episode, I get ready for it as it comes. We don’t know what episode four or five through 22 are yet, but when we get the script right before we shoot, like literally a few days before we shoot that episode, they’ll let me know and then sometimes the day of the episode I’m training.”

What do you do in the meantime to keep in form?
“Oh man, I’m not gonna lie. I’m not, I’m not as steady with it as I would like to be, but what I try to do is anytime I can find a way to be active, as opposed to not, I do. You can walk here somewhere as opposed to drive. Even on set, they’re like you can walk to the location or you can drive if it’s not hot and I’ll choose to walk. Just having three kids also keeps me active, but I should be more active— I’m starting to notice the changes of being in my 40s. I’m 41 and I want to get ahead of it. So, last night I had a bit of time by myself here at the hotel and I was like, what can I do to start getting ahead of it because it’s not just about the aesthetics of my body. It’s about my skin elasticity and just maintaining being fresh and ready.”


Now that you simply’re in Hawaii, is there an SPF you swear by for you and the children?
“For my face every day I use a product we use on set called EltaMD, and I even put it on my kids. I find that that offers a lot of sun protection, but it’s also moisturizing and doesn’t break out my skin. So, that’s one that I love from for me and for my kids and for Nick. You know it gets to him to as well because we wear it every day. Everyone, everywhere should put a little sun block on every day during your morning routine. I know you don’t think that, especially people who don’t live in tropical places, but you know there are UV rays everywhere.”

You talked about being in your 40s feels completely different. Are there any in workplace remedies that you simply’re loving proper now?
“Lymphatic massages are something I want to incorporate more into my life for self-care. I got my very first lymphatic massage this year when I came to LA. I haven’t done one in Hawaii yet, but it was my very first one. For me, it’s like I need to be better and stop thinking that self-care is selfish. Getting a massage is nice, but this one is, I don’t want to say medicinal, but it’s draining your lymph nodes. It helps eliminate buildup in your body and it starts from down at your feet, and the massage therapist works her way up and then starts at your head to work your way down towards the central flow of your body. It helps with swelling and circulation. There are so many benefits.”

Are the children going to have a cooler summer time now since they’re in Hawaii? How have they tailored to island life?
“They adapted so quickly; their transition was seamless. They’re so happy to be there. To know that this is where they live, like shoes are optional at the school, it’s kind of crazy. It really is what you would think island life is like, but they’re still getting the best education with the best resources. teachers and faculty. I feel very lucky that this is where we are in our life and when I made this choice with Nick for this job, we made it with the number one priority being our family and will this be good for our family? Will this be good for our kids? Will this be good for our marriage, our relationship with the five of us, and we hoped it would. The answer, after a year of being there, is yes, it is. It’s put an ease to our days, you know your body exhales when you land on the islands. Now for summer, we were just talking about wanting to get away and the vacation used to be the tropical destination. Now that we live in a tropical destination, the vacation is probably going to be somewhere cold or with snow.”

Actress Vanessa Lachey with 2022 Children’s Miracle Network National Champion Haumea Friel at the Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women & Children in Honolulu, Hawaii, in celebration of the upcoming DQ Miracle Treat Day on July 28.

Tell us about your partnership with Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day, it’s such an important trigger and the ice cream is a bonus.
“Yes! On July 28 it’s Miracle Treat Day. This is so incredible. I’m partnering with Dairy Queen, who is a sponsor to one of my favorite organizations, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. So, on that day, the 28th, if you go to a participating Dairy Queen, they will donate $1 to a local children’s hospital in your area. It’s great because you’re treating yourself, but you’re also helping the hope of a local child, so it’s doing good for both you and them.”

You simply celebrated 11 years of marriage to Nick and 16 years collectively. What is your secret to lasting love?

Speaking of affection, what are you able to inform us about Love is Blind season three? Are there any particulars you possibly can share? 
“Dallas, it’s in Dallas this year.”

Are we going to have any villains like final 12 months? I imply, I feel viewers actually come collectively on the individuals we don’t like and the memes are countless.
“I honestly never know what transcends in the end and what people gravitate towards, and I think that’s the beauty of how organic this show is. There’s no forced viral moment and things just happen. So, it will be interesting to see how this unfolds. I’m just as curious as you are if I’m being completely honest.”