Jennifer Aniston swears by these ‘fantastic’ skincare staples
Jennifer Aniston shares her top skincare picks in an interview with Byrdie this week. The 54-year-old actress recommends the Shani Darden Retinol Reform Anti-Aging Serum ($77, originally $88) and calling out Hollywood aesthetician Shani Darden’s fantastic serums. Aniston also mentioned that she has been using Aveeno face wash for years and swears by the drugstore beauty brand’s Positively Radiant Brightening Facial Cleanser ($11, originally $14). She further added, her skincare routine moves around a lot, just like her workout regimen that she’s partnering with the fitness brand P.volve on Tuesday.
What are Jennifer Aniston’s top skincare picks?
Jennifer Aniston’s top skincare picks are the Shani Darden Retinol Reform Anti-Aging Serum and aesthetician Shani Darden’s fantastic serums.
What skincare brand does Jennifer Aniston swear by?
Jennifer Aniston swears by drugstore beauty brand Aveeno and their Positively Radiant Brightening Facial Cleanser, which she has been using for years.
What is Jennifer Aniston’s partnership with P.volve about?
Jennifer Aniston partners with fitness brand P.volve on an at-home workout program.
What is Jennifer Aniston’s LolaVie brand?
Jennifer Aniston launched her own LolaVie haircare brand in 2021.
“These ‘fantastic’ skincare staples are Jennifer Aniston’s go-to”
Page Six may receive compensation or an affiliate commission if purchases are made through its links. Jennifer Aniston, the star of “Murder Mystery,” revealed her skincare routine in an interview with Byrdie. She considers Shani Darden’s Retinol Reform Anti-Aging Serum, with prices starting at $77, as a must-have. The serum, from the Hollywood facialist, is the actress’s favorite. Aniston also recommended Aveeno’s Positively Radiant Brightening Facial Cleanser, which she has used for years. Her skincare routine varies, and she made similar changes in her workout regimen, which led to a partnership with P.volve. Aniston launched her own LolaVie haircare brand in 2021, and Vital Proteins named her chief creative officer in 2020.