Jennifer Garner may not be 30 going on 13 anymore, but her youthful skin is something that has remained with her to this day. But how does she maintain her amazing complexion?
Luckily, the Hollywood star has revealed the secret product she credits for her ageless glow and much to our surprise, it is an affordable high street gem.
In a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the 46-year-old actress broke down her skincare regime, saying: ‘First off, I wash my face every single night, no matter what. I honestly wear no make-up unless there’s a reason to, but if I happen to have eye make-up on that day I’ll remove all of it.’
She then went onto name none other than Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Moisturiser as her go-to skin saviour, adding: ‘I also hate that feeling when your skin looks sallow and you can see it in the texture.
‘I swear by the hyaluronic acid in Neutrogena’s Hydroboost for that because it gives you a plump, bouncy, and dewy effect. And of course, sunscreen. The Ultra Sheer 100 SPF goes on well under make-up and just makes everything look better.’
She’s not wrong: according to its official description, the £12.99 product is ‘a refreshing water-gel moisturiser that contains a unique “Hyaluronic Gel Matrix” to instantly lock in intense hydration and continuously release it as and when your skin needs it throughout the day.’
The oil-free moisturiser promises to be instantly absorbing and intensely hydrating but is also suitable for sensitive skin. In fact, it has received endless praise for being both light-weight and effective, happy customers leaving five star reviews on the Boots website.
And Jennifer isn’t the only celebrity to swear by the product: fellow Hollywood star Kristen Bell once revealed in an interview with Refinery29 that she loves Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Moisturiser too. ‘Previously, I’d been using a heavier moisturiser, but Neutrogena has this new moisturiser — their Hydro Boost,’ she said when the product first launched.
‘It has technology from Japan, and I apply it before I put on a full face of makeup. It’s almost only hyaluronic acid, and it [penetrates] underneath your skin so there’s no film residue.’