Leslie Mann Says She’s Been ‘Brainwashed’ Into Using This Beauty Product

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As Leslie Mann told us last year, she “has a lot of beauty products!” and, according to a recent interview with InStyle, the 48-year-old’s skin-care obsession is still going strong.

“I’m looking in my bathroom right now. I always do toner—I think I’ve been brainwashed to believe I have to use one. I love Beautycounter’s Overnight Resurfacing Peel ($63); it’s gentle. People say to use retinol, but every time I start, it irritates my skin,” she said. “Also, if you [mix] the Jergens Shea Butter Deep-Conditioning moisturizer and the coconut moisturizer, it’s a game changer. Using that after a shower makes my skin glowy.”

Mann, who is a spokesperson for Jergens with her daughter Maude, also dished that her two daughters are “always taking her things.”

“Iris is constantly stealing my red lipsticks. The red Hermès lipstick is so beautiful. Where did it go… I bet Iris stole it. It’s definitely in her room. This week Iris, Maude, and I had a beauty day. I dyed the eyebrows of all three of us, and they look pretty! I’ve paid the price for overplucking. So now my girls and all their friends have good eyebrows because of me.”

Besides mastering the at-home brow-dye game, Mann said she’s still holding on tight to the very first “crazy-expensive” beauty product she ever purchased.

“I must have been 21, and I got Christian Dior loose powder. I don’t know how much it was, but I still have it. It’s in my hand right now. Is that weird? The gross thing is that I’ve used it within the last year.”

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