Jennifer Aniston is revered for her gorgeous glowing skin and youthful appearance. Over the years, the A-lister has revealed her skincare secrets to fans, and one of her favourite beauty buys is an absolute bargain!
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Priced at just £24.99, Jen swears by Vital Proteins' Collagen Powder, and she even adds it to her morning coffee. The Friends star recently announced that she'd teamed up with the brand after using the supplements for years.
Jen has been a fan of Vital Proteins for years
Taking to Instagram, she wrote: "I'm so excited to (finally) announce that I'm joining @vitalproteins as the Chief Creative Officer. Years ago I started using Vital Proteins regularly... so when the opportunity presented itself to be a part of the brand in a bigger way, I jumped on it. I've always been an advocate for finding wellness from the inside out - and I'm so happy to share the importance of collagen. #StayVital. More on THIS soon!"
READ: Jennifer Aniston loves this sculpting face tool for her youthful skin
Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides, £24.99, Cult Beauty
You can shop Jen's favourite collagen supplements via Cult Beauty. The product description reads:
"This ultra-fine powder is added to hot or cold liquids (including coffee and smoothies) to supplement collagen levels and help to promote a more youthful appearance – think: visibly smooth, 'springy' skin – as well as improved flexibility."
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Another of the actress' skincare essentials is the Gold Bar sculpting tool by Jillian Dempsey – Jen's good friend and makeup artist. She previously told InStyle: "It feels so damn good to put oil on your face and just roll."
A big hit with fellow A-listers Gwyneth Paltrow and Naomi Watts, Jillian herself told HELLO!:
"It uses subtle vibrations to temporarily lift skin and sculpt the jawline. Trace it over your face in upward strokes – so it's going against gravity – to get the lifting effect. I like to go from the jowl, where the frown lines are, and move diagonally up toward the ear and temples to contour."
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