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Ever wondered how Alison Brie maintains her glow? (Sorry, had to). You're in luck – the actress has shed the beans on some of the key skin care products in her routine: At The Today Show Brie confessed that one of her main ingredients is Lucas Papaw Ointment, an Australian product that is only 10 US dollars costs: Kerry Washington swears by this $ 7 product for healthier eyelashes.)
Lucas Papaw Ointment is a Vaseline-based product made with fermented papaya, also called papaya (not to be confused with American papaya) a completely different fruit) For more than 1
Lucas promotes the product as a treatment that can relieve mild burns, rashes, wounds and insect bites and can temporarily relieve the symptoms of dermatitis and eczema. It may sound easy, but it has gained cult status – you may have seen a red tube at your favorite indie beauty seat – and is used in many other ways in addition to healing. Similar to other popular multitasking balm, some people use it to care for the cuticle, for foot care or as a stand-in for the eyebrow gel. Brie said Today that she uses the ointment to remove makeup, for flaky lips or for dry skin. (See also: Victoria Beckham is obsessed with this moisturizing algae body oil.)
Brie likes a multitasker, but that does not mean that she follows a minimal routine. Last year she set out her entire skin care for The New Potato .
During this time she uses Caudelie Beauty Elixir, Image Skincare's The Max Cleanser and UltraShect Lotion SPF 30 to tell the story. In the evening, it is double-cleaned with The Max Cleanser and Koh Gen Doh Cleansing Spa Water and applied with a Retinol from Esthetic Underground, Visual Changes Retexture Cream and Osmotics Renovage Eye Cream.
All these products add up to $ 350 – not bad, considering that the celebrity skin care routine can make worth thousands of dollars worth of products. (Coughing, Kim.) If you try this latest favorite, you'll only drop back $ 10.