'Younger' actress Sutton Foster relies on this $25 pharmacy buy for her nighttime routine
There’s a reason Sutton Foster was cast to play a lady in her twenties at age 46.
Without a wrinkle or blemish in sight, we’re more than willing to hang off Sutton’s every word when it comes to her skin care practices.
In a video for Harper’s Bazaar, Sutton shared her nighttime skin care routine, featuring a mix of luxe beauty favourites like Sisley’s Black Rose Eye Contour Fluid ($190, David Jones) and IS Clinical’s Sheald Recovery Balm ($127, The Parlour Room) for keeping her skin calm: “Especially when I’m wearing a lot of makeup, my skin gets irritated”.
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However, amongst these more premium products were other affordable buys like the Avene Micellar Lotion Cleansing Water, which retails for only $24.99.
“I am not a huge makeup-wearing girl. I really love natural skin,” admitted Sutton. And when she’s not in work-required glam, “most days I don’t wear makeup at all,” she said
But for the days that she has her full face on, Sutton heavily relies on Avene’s micellar water to take off heavy, waterproof makeup and make sure her skin is completely makeup free before bed.
And she’s not the only one who finds it effective: “One cotton pad removes all of my makeup,” reviewed bh member Lucrecia629.
“I like the mild, pleasant fragrance of this Micellar Lotion. There are other Micellar products out there that are pretty much equally good but less expensive so I look out for a sale, GWP or a multi-buy offer, but this is definitely one of my two preferred brands.”
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Do you use a Micellar water? Which is your favourite?