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Jennifer Aniston Uses This Serum Stick for Dewy Skin at 53

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  • Jennifer Aniston revealed the products her makeup artist uses on the set of The Morning Show.
  • Aniston wears Tatcha‘s The Serum Stick to prep her skin for makeup.
  • The serum stick provides a “dewy cushion” for applying makeup and is available on Amazon for less than $50.

    Jennifer Aniston’s portrayal of news anchor Alex Levy in The Morning Show is amazing, much like her radiant on-screen makeup. While her ‘90s Rachel Green haircut might have reached levels of fame some actors only dream of, the 53-year-old is also known for her glowing skin. Now, thanks to an Instagram Story by Aniston (per US Weekly), and her makeup artist Angela Levin, we finally know the secret behind her perfectly dewy complexion on screen: Tatcha’s The Serum Stick.

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    While many products go into creating the Alex Levy makeup look, the clear star of the show is Tatcha’s The Serum Stick, which Levin (whose other clients include Nicole Kidman and Allison Janney), uses to prep the star’s skin and create a “dewy cushion” for applying makeup.

    As you may have guessed, this isn’t your ordinary serum. It’s specially designed for brightening the eye area and creating an overall smooth and hydrated texture for makeup application. Plus, it comes in a more concentrated stick form, rather than a liquid or gel, which glides on in a balm-like texture and allows for easy application without any mess.

    But it’s the serum’s formula, not packaging, that makes it really special. The stick features several nourishing ingredients that keep skin glowing and healthy. Included in the product’s ingredient list is 80% squalane, which aims to lock in moisture without clogging pores, improving the skin barrier. Meanwhile, Japanese lemon balm aims to minimize fine lines and UV damage. But the true game changer is the Hadasei-3 Complex, Tatcha’s signature blend of antioxidant-rich Japanese superfoods, which includes a trio of Uji green tea, Okinawa mosuku algae, and Akita rice to brighten the skin.

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    And it’s safe to say that Aniston isn’t the only one who loves the product. Reviewers can’t get enough of it either. “I LOVE this product,” one writes, “it feels absolutely luxurious.” It’s also clear that the squalane, known to help with hydration and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, included in the serum works wonders, as another reviewer adds that it “lends a little glow where applied and smooths wrinkles at the same time.” Users with acne-prone skin love it too, as one writes that their “skin drinks it up and looks refreshed the next day. Best thing is it does not cause pimples or clogged pores.”

    If you, like us, are on a mission to replicate Aniston’s glowing skin, start by shopping more of the star’s favorite products below.

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