If you follow Halle Berry on Instagram, you know she spent the last few months of 2019 working her butt off training for and filming the movie Bruised, in which she plays an MMA fighter. But from the looks of her Instagram Stories, the Oscar-winning actor is planning to spend a little more time on self-care and pampering in 2020.
On Friday, January 4, Berry wrote on her Instagram Stories, "And here are a few more of my favorite things in the new year..." followed by several slides of the foods and fitness supplements she's looking forward to ingesting. Most of the slides, however, show the beauty products she plans on using in 2020 — and she clearly has great taste in bath and body treats.
First up, she shared a photo of two salt soaks by Kismet: the Chill Black Lava Salt Soak made with lavender and rosemary, and the Soothe Himalayan Salt Soak made with rose and ylang-ylang, each $20. When she is sufficiently soothed and chill, Berry washes with Aesop Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser, $45, touted as a gentle body wash with mandarin and bergamot rind oils.
If she's not soaking or getting sudsy in the tub, apparently Berry is scrubbing because she shared two different scrubs. First up is Buddy Scrub Hey Gorgeous, I'm Coffee Body Scrub, a $15 exfoliator that, in addition to coffee, gets skin smoother with coconut and grapeseed oils, sea salt, and brown sugar. She uses a separate scrub for her feet — Heel to Toe Exfoliate Foot Scrub — which goes for just $7.
Once she's out of the bath, Berry is a fan of Lush Charity Pot Body Lotion, a floral-scented moisturizer with a cocoa butter base. The entire $28 spent on each one goes to grassroots organizations that support human rights, animal protection, and environmental activism.
Not every beauty product Berry shared is for the body — or budget-friendly for that matter. She said Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare SpectraLite FaceWare Pro is her "personal favorite." At $435, the futuristic, reusable, LED mask promises to boost collagen and fight acne breakouts.
The high-low regimen sounds like the perfect way to welcome the new year — and to spend pretty much every weekend of 2020.
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