7 Sneaky Celebrity Skincare Tips

Sure, stars can afford to spend hundreds of dollars on the latest moisturizer, but they also have some easy-to-follow rules when it comes to skincare.
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7 Sneaky Celebrity Skincare Tips

Sure, stars can afford to spend hundreds of dollars on the latest moisturizer, but they also have some easy-to-follow rules when it comes to skincare.

-Cindy Pearlman

Due to popular demand we’re bringing this article back. After all it is Awards Season!

Jessica Alba

There’s a great scene in Entourage where an agent asks the gorgeous Vinnie Chase if he had time to read some Victorian-era script last night. “Reading?” he scoffs. “It takes so much time away from skin care.”

While it’s a funny line, it also has a ring of truth to it. Stars know everything about skin care because it’s their job to have flawless mugs on the big screen. And now it’s our job to steal as many tips as possible, so we have their dewy, youthful glow, line-free kissers and can attract men who look like Johnny Depp. Well, the latter might only happen in your dreams, but that doesn’t mean you should slack off on your skin. By the way, the first celeb skincare tip is to drink water. We’ve heard it so many times, and it’s so darn boring, but it’s true. So please grab a glass while you read yourself beautiful.

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Jennifer Aniston

1. Stars really do cheap out. So much for buying all those pricey brands. Jennifer Aniston swears, “Most nights I just use Neutrogena soap. It’s perfect for my skin.” Celebs know that it’s not about labels, but what works when it comes to cleansers. Queen Latifah insists, “I’ve been washing my face with baking soda for years. It’s not harsh on the skin and gives me a glow.”

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0 thoughts on “7 Sneaky Celebrity Skincare Tips

  1. livetogossip says:

    Sorry, but I would rather have La Prairie than Neutrogena. Does that make me a beauty snob?

  2. NYCdogmommy says:

    I think this is really good advice, but am worried about baking soda on my face. I use it to clean the grease off my stove!

  3. sabina says:

    I use a scrubbing sponge with any cleaner on my face weekly and it keeps my skin looking great.

  4. NYCdogmommy says:

    I like to use vaseline to take off eye make up.

  5. jessica03 says:

    Neutrogena has never been good to my skin. I stopped using it since I was 16. hah! I use vaseline to take of my eye make up as well. It works pretty well!

  6. citymouse says:

    There goes Jen’s La Prairie endorsement deal! (Tho actually, I LOVE it when celebs are honest about what they use…would much rather read about that than whatever pricey specialty treatments they get that most of us could never afford — or find!)

  7. clasifyd1 says:

    Love the tips! After trying a variety of cleansers since my teenage years, I’ve found Clearasil to work great as well!

  8. zodiak says:

    I really like Almay’s bar soap for dry skin in winter and the one for normal/oily in summer. I have used tons of different stuff and the expensive ones really don’t seem to work any better than the cheap ones.

  9. NaptownCutie says:

    I like Queen Latifah’s tip about the baking sofa. Thanks for sharing.

  10. festivelady826 says:

    I’ve used Johnson’s Baby Oil to remove my eye makeup for over 40 years. It gets off all the waterproof mascara and leaves a moisturizing feeling to the under eye area. (Vaseline just makes my eyelashes clump together!) I also loofah my skin before I get in the shower, and then apply sweet almond oil to my damp skin after showering. I don’t dry off with a towel – just stand in the buff til the water dries naturally. Leaves my skin smooth with a nice sheen!

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