Jennifer Garner recently shared her new favorite moisturizer, Neutrogena’s Rapid Firming Peptide Contour Lift Cream.
“It just gives the skin a real youthful vibrancy, and a kind of bounce to it,” she said.
Garner is also a huge fan of retinol and daily SPF.
For over 14 years, Jennifer Garner has sworn by Neutrogena products to keep her skin glowing. As a brand ambassador, she believes in them—and now at 49, she’s welcoming a new fav to the family: Neutrogena’s Rapid Firming Peptide Contour Lift Cream.
“It just gives the skin a real youthful vibrancy, and a kind of bounce to it,” Garner told People. That’s because it contains peptides, which are proteins with a small molecular weight known to deeply penetrate the skin and help build collagen, which keeps the skin smooth and firm.
This cream in particular—which can be used day and night—contains a 0.4% micropeptide as well as other skin-loving ingredients like shea butter, glycerin, and squalane for a dose of moisture, as well as glycolic acid for gentle exfoliation.
So far, it’s not just Garner who loves it. “All of a sudden, I realized my face looks remarkable,” one reviewer wrote after using the cream for a week. “The jaw line is lifted and tighter, my forehead seems lifted and tighter. Lines beneath lower lip are almost gone. I look like I have had a face lift! Will be 68 years old in two more days. I just cannot believe what this product has done for my skin!”
“My cheekbones are more pronounced, my face looks less puffy, and my skin no longer looks/feels crepey,” another reviewer raved.
In combination with her new moisturizer, Garner continues to use her tried and true Rapid Wrinkle Repair Retinol Oil. That’s because it’s gentle enough for her easily-irritated skin. “It’s kind of a no-brainer at night. It does what it needs to do without turning me red and making my skin angry,” she previously told Prevention.com.
And in the morning, she’s all about sun protection in the form of Neutrogena’s Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen SPF 100+. “If you’re in the sun, you’ve got to have 100+ and you’ve got to reapply it religiously—and we all have to put more on than we think we do,” she said. “[Sun damage is] lurking under there, it’s hiding out, and when you least expect it in your late 30s it’s going to show up.”
Her skin definitely speaks for itself!
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