Get that Celebrity Glow with Jennifer Aniston’s Top Skincare Secrets
When People Magazine put Jennifer Aniston on the cover as the World’s Most Beautiful Woman in 2016, most didn’t realize she was 48 years old at the time. In picture after picture, her glowing, seemingly uncreased skin never lets her down.
Of course, Aniston emphasizes all the skin health habits our doctors want us to follow—plenty of rest, fruit-and-veggie diet, constant sunscreen—but she also admits to seeking the high-power interventions dermatologists offer, too.
The first is Clear and Brilliant laser treatments. “I love Clear and Brilliant laser treatments,” she explains. “It’s a great refresher, and there’s very little downtime.” This “fractional” laser treatment stimulates the skin to grow a healthy new layer. It’s non-ablative, which means it heats up your skin without destroying it, a feature that prompted Aniston to quip, “it won’t make you look like a peeled tomato” to InStyle. Clear and Brilliant is minimally invasive and works on all skin types for people of all ages. It’s best for those who want to begin to treat wrinkles, discoloration, and uneven skin texture with the most gentle techniques.
H2 The Sauna Cure
Aniston also thinks the warmth and right light wavelength available in the infrared sauna contributes to her perpetual glow.
In 2017, she told Shape, “It’s such a game-changer in terms of your skin detoxification and cell rejuvenation. So that I do a couple times a week right after I do the gym. I’ve noticed a real change in my energy, and my sleep, and my skin.”
The infrared sauna’s radiant, penetrating heat stimulates robust blood flow, delivering oxygen and nutrients to every cell. That sallow complexion that comes with age results in part from insufficient blood supply. The sauna warms your core temperature first, forcing you to sweat from your center to the outside, pushing toxins through your pores. The infrared sauna is so powerful, in fact, those suffering from severe skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis often buy one for home use.
It’s not just the heat that makes the infrared sauna a health promoter, however. Many studies have confirmed that the infrared band of light boosts collagen production, lowers inflammation and diminishes acne. Short, concentrated wavelengths of natural light, free of UV radiation and chemicals, reduce oxidative stress (toxins) and increase circulation. While most of us cannot afford an infrared sauna in our homes, getting treatments from clinics that offer them can be reasonable.
H2 Sunday is Funday . . . For the Face
Aniston also encourages women to create their own spa at home. “Sunday is my spa day,” she told Shape in 2017, “I usually do a little mini-facial time where I just give myself a good scrub, use a mask,” and leave lotion on overnight. Of course, as the spokesperson for Aveeno, she must promote their products, but there are many effective masks, scrubs, and lotions available. Here at Aria Derm Spa, we recommend the line that will most improve the individual client’s issues.
Keeping your skin glowing when you balance in-office treatments with pampering, home care. Call Aria Derm Spa at 203-421-6674 or leave us a message via our online form to ask your questions about the best treatments for your skin.