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Jennifer Aniston may star in “Murder Mystery,” but it doesn’t take a detective to uncover her skincare routine.
The 54-year old actress clued fans in to her favorites in an interview with Byrdie this week, calling out the Shani Darden Retinol Reform Anti-Aging Serum ($77, originally $88) as a particular must-have.
“Shani Darden is a facialist here, and I love her,” she raved of the Hollywood aesthetician, whose client list also includes the likes of Jessica Alba, Shay Mitchell and January Jones.
“Her retinol is so good, and her serums are fantastic … She has a great lab that she works with, and the packaging is beautiful,” Aniston added.
While she didn’t name a favorite serum, Darden’s offerings also include a Lactic Acid AHA Exfoliating Serum ($88) and a Cleansing Serum ($38).
The longtime Aveeno ambassador also said she’s sworn by the company’s cleanser for years.
“I’ve been using Aveeno face wash since I can remember,” the star said of the drugstore beauty brand’s Positively Radiant Brightening Facial Cleanser ($11, originally $14).
The rest of her skincare routine, she added, “[moves] around a lot” — and the same could be said of her workout regimen.
“I just used to work too hard, and then I would get burned out,” she told the outlet. “And then you’d say, ‘Okay, well, I got to try something new.’”
That something new took the form of at-home workouts classes and tools from P.volve, as she announced a partnership with the fitness brand on Tuesday.
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“I go between Progressive Weight Training, and Sculpt and Burn … because I love to fit in the full body,” she said. “There’s different levels, and you can work your way up the difficulty ladder.”
It’s not the star’s first time flexing her business muscles, so to speak; she previously joined collagen brand Vital Proteins as chief creative officer in 2020, and launched her own LolaVie haircare brand in 2021.
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