Jennifer Aniston Uses This $195 24K Gold Sculpting Bar On Her Skin
But you can score the same skin-care benefits for less $$$.
Jennifer Aniston uses a $20 nighttime moisturizer, but other aspects of her skin-care routine aren't so accessible. The actress recently shared that she uses Jillian Dempsey Gold Sculpting Bar (Buy It, $195, sephora.com), a vibrating, sculpting facial tool made with 24k gold.
In a cover interview with InStyle, Aniston discussed her skin-care routine: She makes moisturizing a prio, regularly visits top facialists, drinks celery juice, and takes superfood supplements, all in hopes of benefiting her complexion. She also uses facial tools at home, including the gold sculpting bar from her friend and makeup artist Jillian Dempsey. "It feels so damn good to put oil on your face and just roll," Aniston told Instyle. (Related: Jennifer Aniston Was Into Self-Care Before It Was a Thing)
The Jillian Dempsey Gold Sculpting Bar is as luxurious as it sounds. Dempsey was inspired to develop the tool after noticing the popularity of T-bar facial tools during a trip to Japan. Her 24k gold-plated tool is designed to help define your cheekbones, sculpt your jawline, and fight tech-neck lines. Facial massage, in general, can enhance blood flow and aid in lymphatic drainage for a de-puffing effect.
Dempsey uses her tool to prep her celebrity clients—including Emilia Clarke and Julia Roberts—before doing their makeup. Like Aniston, Alicia Keys uses it for self-massage. (Related: Jennifer Aniston's Best Health and Fitness Tips Through the Years)
Gold has potential anti-inflammatory effects for skin, which is why it's become a trendy skin-care ingredient. But you can still cash in on the benefits of a vibrating facial massager, even if you're not ready to fork over nearly $200. The Khloé Kardashian-approved brand Nurse Jamie makes a NuVibe RX Amethyst Massaging Beauty Roller (Buy It, $95, dermstore.com) is about half the price of the Gold Sculpting Bar. For an even more affordable option, there are tons of cheap vibrating facial massagers on Amazon, including some apparent Gold Sculpting Bar knockoffs.
But if you are up for an investment, you might as well go with a Jennifer Aniston-approved piece of literal skin-care gold.