Jennifer Aniston is pretty much the epitome of California cool. From her staple golden highlights to that fresh, glowing skin—she's basically been beauty goals since we were first introduced to her back in the ’90s. So when she decides to reveal one of her secret skin care weapons, we pay attention.
In a new interview with InStyle, Aniston says she's a huge fan of Jillian Dempsey's Gold Sculpting Bar, a skin care tool that helps serums and moisturizers penetrate deeper, as well as sculpting your cheekbones and jawline. “It feels so damn good to put oil on your face and just roll,” she explains.
Now, at $195, the roller is not cheap, but like Aniston, our beauty team swears by its magic. Made by celebrity makeup artist Jillian Dempsey (whose clients include Kristen Stewart, Kirsten Dunst, and Emilia Clarke), the sculpting bar is made of 24-karat gold and vibrates as you rub it across your face. Not only does it feel amazing—like a mini massage for your face—the vibrations help relieve any tension in your face and aid with lymphatic drainage (i.e., the flushing out of toxins from your cells). The result is less puffiness and a more sculpted look.
Aniston says she also drinks a glass of celery juice every day (which pros have mixed thoughts about) and takes E3Live superfood supplements. But of course, some of that glow is just her genetics: “My grandmother, at 98, had the most stunningly soft, gorgeous skin, and she would just put olive oil on her body.”
The actor also opened up about turning 50 in February. “Fifty was the first time I thought, ‘Well, that number,’” she said. “I don’t know what it is because I don’t feel any different. Things aren’t shutting down in any way. I feel physically incredible. So it’s weird that it’s all of a sudden getting telegraphed in a way that’s like, ‘You look amazing for your age.’ I think we need to establish some etiquette around that dialogue and verbiage.”
Aniston and her glowing skin will next be seen onscreen in Apple's The Morning Show with Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell, in which she plays a morning news host who is facing sexism and ageism. “The show gives you a behind-the-curtain peek at a lot of things—what it takes to pull off a morning show, the unique lifestyle of these anchors, the obsession with celebrity culture, and humanity in the midst of corruption," she said. "Plus we’re addressing the ugly truths of how men have treated women in our society, particularly in the workplace, for all these years.”
Originally Appeared on Glamour