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There's never a moment where Nicole Kidman's skin isn't flawless and perfect. From her red carpet beauty looks to her natural beauty featured all over the big screen, it's safe to say Kidman has her skincare routine down pat.
So when a Byrdie beauty editor asked the "Big Little Lies" star how her "skin is so perfect," Kidman revealed that sun protection and Neutrogena products are they keys to her glowy success.
"Well, the really big thing for me is sun protection. Because I’m so outdoorsy—I love playing tennis, and I love working out outdoors. I love going for a run and swimming, and I just want to be able to do all of that and protect my skin because I get burnt," the 52-year-old actress told Byrdie.
"So having the access to Neutrogena’s skincare and suncare is fantastic for me. And I know a lot about it because I’ve researched it; I’ve been educated; I have enormous knowledge about it now. I use vitamin C too because that does give you some protection long-term. And I believe in using retinol at night, so I use the Neutrogena Night Repair. I know people go, 'Retinol! It’ll make your skin dry,' but it doesn’t," Nicole explained.
The drugstore best-seller works to reduce the appearance of lines, wrinkles, and diminish the look of age spots thanks to its unique combination of retinol and hyaluronic acid. It also has been ranked as "Amazon's Choice," racking up nearly 3,000 reviews.
"I would estimate about a 95% reduction in the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines all over my face, but most notably smile lines and crows feet are barely visible anymore. I see no reason to stop using this, so here I am buying my 4th bottle and writing this review...," one Amazon customer wrote.
Another hilariously said, "you will never be sorry for trying this, I am 68 and people think my daughters are my sisters. Your face will thank you for using this."