Friday, May 07, 2021

Tag: Drops

Jane Fonda Drops Her Skin-Care Routine

For a woman with access to pretty much anything she could want, Jane Fonda follows a skin-care routine that’s surprisingly simple. And while that may come as a shock at first, it actually makes total sense: The woman is busy. Over the past several months, the 83-year-old actor and activist has mastered the art of TikTok—reviving her iconic workout series on the platform—and taken her Fire Drill Fridays initiative virtual. Last month she took a trip to Minnesota to protest a crude oil pipeline in her ongoing fight against climate disaster. 

When it comes to her skin, her troubles are

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Corinne Foxx Drops Her Skin-Care Routine

At night, I go back and forth between using a retinol and The Ordinary Lactic Acid and HA serum. I’m not going to lie, I don’t entirely know what it does—I think it exfoliates?—but I feel like it’s doing something positive to my skin. [Editor’s note: Lactic acid is an AHA and does, indeed, exfoliate.] Once again, it was a Hyram recommendation, so I just went with it. Whatever it does, it does it gently and leaves my dry skin softer and smoother.

Drunk Elephant C-Firma Vitamin C Day Serum

The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA

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Emily VanCamp Drops Her Skin-Care Routine

Emily VanCamp doesn’t mess around, both when playing badass agent Sharon Carter in Marvel’s The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and when it comes to her skin-care routine. When I signed on for our Zoom, the 34-year old actor came prepared with a written list of her favorite products in order to keep organized. 

But that doesn’t mean it’s all business. VanCamp considers her skin-care routine a self-care ritual. “I wasn’t always like that, but I think when I entered into my 30s, I realized I needed to make skin care a little bit more of a priority,” she says.

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Mickey Sumner Drops Her Skin-Care Routine

Mickey Sumner describes her approach to skin care as “simple.” But don’t confuse that to mean the 37-year-old actor doesn’t put much thought into her routine—quite the opposite, in fact. In doing “as little as possible” for her skin, she’s also putting conscious effort and care into the impact her routine has on the environment. That means using less, but also shopping from mission-oriented brands that are vegan, cruelty-free, and sustainably minded.

“I’m really trying to find more products with glass packaging, so I’m not using as much plastic,” she says. “I love that there are more

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