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Actor, talk show host and all-around glowy human Drew Barrymore knows a thing or two about skin care. For one, she has her own brand, Flower Beauty, and she serves as the creative director for Garnier Whole Blends, but what are the Never Been Kissed star's products of choice as she goes about her busy schedule?
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The Drew Barrymore Show host says she's not one for injectables or plastic surgery and instead relies on skincare products alone to keep her complexion fresh and dewy. And it's not just expensive beauty finds that will do the trick — Barrymore snags a bottle of Healthy Priority Organic Vitamin E Oil whenever she's at the grocery store to "douse herself with" after a week's worth of skin-damaging TV lights and makeup.
“During the week, I’m caked in makeup and frying my hair at work, so I’m just trying to bring that hydration back in,” she tells Well + Good. “It’s become a huge priority for me in the last year, and now I just want to be soaking in this stuff.”
And there's a lot of hydrating this little bottle can do. In addition to being made with organic, d-alpha-tocopherol vitamin E oil, this powerhouse includes jojoba, avocado and rice bran oils for an added moisturizing punch you can use on your face, body, lips and hair. Beyond quenching seriously thirsty skin, this vitamin E oil also works well to diminish the look of wrinkles by locking in skin's natural moisture and promoting the natural production of collagen and elastin. Acne scars and stretch marks can also benefit from a little drop of this vitamin E oil, as the moisture-locking and collagen production-promoting properties help reduce the look of scarring.
Since the oil is vegan with no synthetic oils or chemicals added, you can also rest assured you are getting the purest form of vitamin E oil to nourish and restore your skin.
Over 7,000 five-star Amazon reviewers are on the same page as Barrymore. One happy reviewer noted that after using it as a daily moisturizer, they're noticing real results. "I'm in love with this product! I add two drops to a bit of aloe vera gel and it makes a wonderful moisturizer for both face and body," they said. "I've noticed a definite lessening of the fine lines around my eyes, and my skin is left feeling soft and refreshed. Plus a little goes a long way, so even if the bottle is small, it's going to last me a while. I'm very, very pleased!"
Another reviewer looking to heal surgery scars has found their solution with this vitamin E oil. "After just two days this oil has already made my post-op scar markedly smoother and less noticeable," they said. "My stitches had to stay in two weeks. I ordered this ahead and started using it the minute they came out. I’m very pleased!"
This skeptic reviewer also became a convert, describing how much of a triple threat this oil is for dry skin, acne and wrinkles. "I struggle with acne, rosacea, and have a few wrinkles forming on my forehead. I noticed my skin clearing up and old acne spots clearing up within the first week," they said. "Within the month, my forehead wrinkles have softened. It’s helped hydrate my skin, clear up acne, smooth out wrinkles and lighten dark spots. I highly recommend this product, and the price point is hard to beat."
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