Jane Seymour, 70, Shared the $6 Sheet Mask That Keeps Her Skin Hydrated and Glowing

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Former supermodel Jane Seymour loves the moisturizing powers of Crepe Erase—a firming, hydrating skincare system made for aging skin. However, at 70, the busy actress appreciates a boost of hydration in the form of a mask, and her most recent favorite is beloved by Sephora shoppers, too.

“I love face masks. And at the moment I’ve been having fun because my son married a lovely girl in South Korea, and they’re all over the face masks,” she recently told Glamour. “She keeps having me try things straight from South Korea, which I love. My favorite is Dr. Jart+ Dermask Water Jet Vital Hydra Solution.”

The mask contains aquaxyl, an ingredient that comes from plant sugars to replenish moisture, as well as hyaluronic acid, which can hold 1,000 times its weight in water. Unlike other sheet masks, it’s made of fine cellulose fiber. It’s like a mini-facial in an envelope and only costs $6 a pop.

“It left my skin literally glowing. I looked like I had just stepped out of the spa!” one Sephora reviewer write.

“I don’t usually splurge on sheet masks, but this one was so worth it! I have dry skin and this product made my skin feel so hydrated without feeling clogged or sticky,” another wrote. “The serum on the mask is as smooth as butter.”

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When Seymour wants more targeted hydration on her under-eyes, she likes to use an eye mask, too. Her go-to is the Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels by Skyn Iceland. And they not only hydrate, but act as great shields for fallout during makeup application.

“On every movie set I’m on these days, they put an eye patch on me, then they do my eye makeup first, and then they remove the patch and do the foundation,” Seymour told Glamour. “I think that is a really, really great trick because the powder and the mascara always falls down under your eyes and that under-eye is very delicate—you want to be very careful with it. You don’t keep wiping it to get the mascara and eye shadow that’s fallen.”

As for the rest of her skincare, she keeps it simple. Her three most important steps are cleansing, exfoliation, and sun protection. “It’s about what I can do to be the best me I can be, rather than trying to be like someone else,” she previously told Prevention. “I’m not Cindy Crawford. I’m Jane Seymour.”

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