The Injectable and Skin-Care Products Jenna Lyons Swears By

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Jenna Lyons wears a lot of hats—fashion designer, businesswoman, mother and, of course, Real Housewife of New York. With a schedule as packed as hers, you’d assume the hustle and bustle would take a toll on her complexion, but at 55, Lyons looks as youthful, bright and radiant as ever.

While we know Lyons for her signature red lip and chic, gray face-framing strands, we’re always eager to know more about the behind-the-scenes that goes into creating such a look, namely, her skin-care and treatment regimen. In a recent interview with Coveteur, Lyons revealed several complexion-enhancing secrets, like the injectable that changed her skin.

Jenna Lyons’ Skin-Care Journey: The RHONY Shares Her Thoughts

In this day and age, getting Botox and injectables is about as common as it can be for those in pursuit of youthful skin. As Lyons told Coveteur, “I tried fillers once and I did not look great. I looked odd. It didn’t work on me, and it doesn’t work for everyone. And I’ve done ‘skin Botox’ [Skinvive] and I think it is way better than Botox.”

Continuing on about her Skinvive experience, Lyons explains to the outlet that “I tried it when I was in Korea, and I was much happier with the results than when I did regular Botox. Skin Botox is very shallow and they don’t go into the muscle, so your skin is the thing that’s stopped from moving, not the muscle. I don’t look as crazy when I smile or laugh. It doesn’t last as long, but I’m fine with that because I look so much better.”

Lyons also shared that, when it comes to skin care, she can be a bit of a self-proclaimed skeptic, but she has found products along the way that really make a difference, like Noble Panacea’s The Absolute Restoring Eye Cream ($239) and Nourishing Lift Oil ($350). “My skin gets dull really quickly and when I use this, my skin is a bit plumper and brighter,” she told the outlet, “And when it’s plumper, it reflects light differently than it does when it’s dry. It makes a big difference.”

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Joining Sofia Richie Grainge in her love for the LYMA Laser ($2,695), Lyons also revealed that she’s “obsessed” with the at-home laser. Back in 2021, Lyons told NewBeauty that she hasn’t quite mastered and “fancy tools of any sort,” so her love of the LYMA laser has to do with both the ease and the efficacy. “I would rather take care of my skin and have as few procedures done as possible, because the procedures, I think, often make you look different,” she said, “You start to lose that connection to [someone’s face]; you start to see a different image. I want to try and still stay looking like me.”

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