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Drew Barrymore’s Skincare Routine



Even after decades of being under the bright lights of Hollywood after making her debut in E.T. at just seven years old, Drew Barrymore has managed to keep her youthful appearance (and not to mention spirit) alive. Which is not all that surprising considering how vocal she is about her love for beauty products—she did create Flower Beauty, a whole line of cosmetics, after all.

In fact, the Santa Clarita star loves beauty so much that she started hosting a #beautyjunkieweek several times a year on her Instagram page. Barrymore told Insider, “I don’t buy bags, I don’t buy shoes—skincare is my thing. I don’t want to turn to the needle or the doctors, so I love investing in it. Because then, I can bring it to people.” The best part is that none of her product reviews are paid for or sponsored by the brands so you know you’re getting her true thoughts.

Here are some of the products and skincare rules she lives by to maintain her radiant complexion.

Her skincare routine is only three steps.

While she does like to experiment with different products, when it comes to her everyday routine Drew told Insider she keeps it to three steps: A light cleanser, followed by a simple toner and a brightening serum. While she’s a fan of Chanel’s foaming cleanser, she also says, “If I’m on the run, I love a good Cetaphil.” As for toner, “Anything from down and dirty witch hazel or I still love old-school Noxzema or Sea Breeze. Or a really great toner from a skin care company, whether its natural or not.”

And, last but not least, her brightening serum is where she splurges with one from derm-favorite brand Skinmedica.

She swears by this sunscreen that doesn’t break her out.

Applying sunscreen is one of the best ways to keep your skin looking young. Barrymore takes her sunscreen seriously. Her favorite formula is the UV Daily Broad-Spectrum SPF 40 by Elta MD (a brand that is also constantly recommended by dermatologists).

On Instagram she wrote, “This is my jam. I break out from almost every sunblock. So I’m like, ‘Do I want acne or brown pigmentation?’…Then I found this. It’s a lightweight sunscreen with a tiny bit of tint and a good number SPF. I have been a long time fan of this line.”

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She pays attention to her chest and neck.

Spending so much time focusing on the skincare on your face can often make you forget about the skin on your chest and neck. Spoiler: They could use the skincare love as well. Back during another #beautyjunkieweek in 2018, the star posted a picture of herself with her hand raised to the center of her chest. The caption read, “My dermatologist said to me, ‘Don’t forget, your beauty routine starts from here up,’ and made this exact line on her chest. And I can’t forget it. We know this, but we don’t do it. I don’t. I love my skincare routines. But I forget anything below the chin,” Barrymore wrote in the post. “So next time you go to wash your face, remember this hand on your chest and work upwards!”

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She loves a laser treatment.

Her favorite type is a Clear + Brilliant laser treatment with her dermatologist, Roy G. Geronemus. In addition to raving about it on her Insta, she also gushed about the treatments to Glamour UK. The treatment “just schluffs the barnacles of brown and sun damage off your face,” Barrymore said. “It’s the greatest thing ever. It’s non-invasive and there’s no downtime. It’s like microdermabrasion laser, but it always makes me feel so much more attractive,” she added.

She uses this eye cream instead of concealer for dark circles.

During Drew’s #beautyjunkieweek back in March, the actress dedicated a whole Instagram Live to Olay’s Ultimate Eye Cream saying, “this on its own not only acts like a concealer, brightening and lightening the effect and look of a dark circle, but it’s also taming the dark circle while you wear it. It’s sort of a perfect alchemy of skincare as makeup and I love this. It’s my tried and true.”

She credits the peachy, iridescent tint and continues raving saying, “I’m obsessed with how you can go out in your day with a lot more confidence and a better look over all while actually doing a skin treatment.”

She has a positive outlook on aging.

In a 2019 interview with New Beauty, Drew opened up about changing her mindset when it comes to aging. “I just went through a couple of hard years, and I can see it wearing on my face,” she says. “There’s also a very long period when you’re raising kids when it takes it out of you. When it depletes your ability to take care of yourself because your new job is doing nothing but taking care of someone else and you love it.”

But rather than looking down on another birthday and what that means for her appearance, her daughters have inspired her to take a different approach. “I’m now determined more than ever to show my daughters that aging is a luxury,” says says. “If we’re lucky, we are all going to age. I just want them to be at peace with who they are and not what they look like.”

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By and Faryl Robin today reveal a new partnership that kicks off with a size-inclusive, accessibly-priced summer launch.

The collection, which is called Faryl, features seven sandal styles available in 17 colors — and sizes ranging from 5 to 16.

“Faryl and I share the fundamental belief that every woman has a right to feel self confident regardless of age, body, shape or size,” said Karlyn Mattson, general manager of merchandise strategy for Zappos, who was an executive at Target when she first met the New York-based designer and entrepreneur.

“As women, we have a moral obligation to take care of other women,” added Faryl Robin Morse. “To go to another businesswoman and say, ‘We can do this, let’s take a stand together, [is empowering].” The pair first hatched the idea over lunch in New York and continued the conversation on the phone before they inked the final deal.

The collection retails from $39 to $69.

Morse said offering extended sizes is still atypical for most footwear players because of the extra costs associated with production and distribution. “Historically, it’s not financially favorable for typical brands to do this, so they don’t,” she said, noting that it’s rare to find sizes 11 to 16. “There is an entire community of women no one offers product to. Every woman — or any person who associates as a woman — should have what they need to feel beautiful.”

The price-value equation was also top of mind for both Zappos and Faryl Robin as they hammered out the details of the project. The collection retails from $39 to $69, an accessible price point for many consumers. “There’s a lot of pain in the world right now, but people are starting to pick back up with shopping. We want [our consumer] to give herself permission to buy,” Mattson said.

Size range from 5 to 16.

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Morse — who launched her company in wake of the devastating 9/11 terrorist attacks — said that the coronavirus pandemic added additional challenges when it came to getting the collection to the finish line.  “It’s been a learning experience for all of us. Everything was complicated, and everything still happened,” she said, noting that her factory in China was supportive through it all.

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For Mattson, the initiative embodies the mission of Zappos. “We’re always trying to make choices that [correspond] with our values, and first and foremost with our customer needs,” she said. “The idea of inclusivity aligns with what our [shopper] cares about.”

Moving forward, the companies will roll out monthly drops on Zappos.

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This year has been a strange one for the watch industry. As it has for so many other businesses, the coronavirus has shaken things up: the industry’s biggest event went all-digital, and Rolex, Tudor, and Patek Philippe, three of the industry’s heavy hitters, have postponed their big releases. But that doesn’t mean you can’t buy a very sick released-in-2020 watch. You definitely can—and, if you’re like us, you might want to grab more than one. Here are a few of our favorite new releases.

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