Reese Witherspoon’s Skincare Secrets The actress opens up about her current skin concerns and the advice she’s passing down to her kids.
Clean beauty has come a long way. Just a few years ago, the hunt for a simpler ingredient list usually ended with sacrificing efficacy and skin-transforming results. But we’ve now entered an entirely new age, one where it’s not just good enough to be a clean product—it has to be a clean product that performs.
Biossance is leading the “clean science” revolution with its signature plant-based squalane, and that’s precisely why beloved actress Reese Witherspoon signed on in April to be the brand’s global ambassador.
“I started looking for clean beauty solutions probably like a year and a half ago,” Witherspoon tells BAZAAR.com. “I was in my hometown Sephora and was looking at the Biossance products. It has such great reviews, and somebody mentioned it to me so I bought a bunch. I just started using them. And I found them so effective, completely luxurious, unlike any other clean product I’ve ever used. And I was just hooked.”
BAZAAR.com caught up with Witherspoon after a recent Biossance event to chat about her skin journey, how she unwinds at the end of a long day, and which of her iconic characters share her skin care routine.
What has your skin journey been like the last few years, and what are your concerns now?
My skin texture has changed a little bit—it’s a little bit drier. I definitely struggle with brown spots, I think from pregnancy, and so I’m looking for products that are really effective for dark-spot treatment. Especially in the summer, they get darker since they come up with heat. But you know, moisturizing, making sure the texture is very smooth, that’s really important for the base under the makeup, because the cameras now are so HD and there’s nowhere to hide.
E! News spoke to Reese’s daughter Ava in December about her new make-up collaboration. Ava shared the best advice her parents have given her, and E! News showed a clip of an interview with Reese in which she told them what she’s learnt from Ava:
Twenty years after first uniting on “Legally Blonde,” and Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Coolidge are clocking some of the best performances of their career. As Bradley Jackson on the award-winning Apple TV+ series “The Morning Show,” Witherspoon (who also executive produces alongside co-star Jennifer Aniston) is as fearless and riveting as ever. Coolidge, meanwhile, is showing us exactly what she’s made of with her turn on Mike White’s HBO series, “The White Lotus.” Her Tanya is as left-of-center as we’d expect from the iconic comedic performer, but also shows new dramatic shades that make us love her even more.
In conversation with managing editor Benjamin Lindsay, the two longtime actors walk through their acclaimed careers, offer advice and wisdom they’ve learned along the way, and even tease the upcoming “Legally Blonde 3,” as produced by Witherspoon’s production company Hello Sunshine.
Reese appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night, to promote Sing 2. She chatted about Witherspoon family Christmas traditions, “crafternoon”, The Morning Show season 2, some of her recent accolades (Time magazine cover, and being one of Forbes’ Most Powerful Women), and of course the movie itself. Watch videos below, and find photos in our Gallery:
Reese and Matthew McConaughey appeared on The Ellen Degeneres Show yesterday, to promote Sing 2. They chatted about when they first met (Oscars 2006!), their kids and parenting, their first celebrity crushes (Reese’s was Jim Morrison/Val Kilmer in The Doors movie, Matthew’s was Reese!), the first thing they did after winning their Oscars, and the movie itself.
Find some clips from the interview below, and screencaptures from these clips in our Gallery:
Blackstone’s Annual Holiday Video Is Out And Reese Witherspoon Is in It
Since the first Monday of lockdown in New York, a weekly company-wide Zoom has marked business milestones and built personal ties at Blackstone: President Jon Gray has talked about his Covid puppy Luna. Chief Executive Officer Steve Schwarzman recently told of outdoor adventures with his grandkids, all while wearing a blue Santa hat.
Dubbed Blackstone Television, the meeting has grown into its name. Gray and Chief Administrative Officer Vik Sawhney read their pun-filled scripts from a teleprompter. Sawhney makes good use of a sound-effects gizmo.
“What started as a crisis project has been woven into the fabric of the firm,” Gray said Monday, after the last meeting of the year, titled “Season 2, Episode 40.”
Perhaps the biggest sign of the show’s success is that it’s the subject of Blackstone’s fourth annual holiday video, which as the alternative-asset manager looks to expand its holdings in media, could well be dubbed Blackstone’s original streaming hit.
In real life, Blackstone Television presents a lot of straight information with some fun peppered in. The version in the holiday video bends and twists reality, to provide laughs to employees and the firm’s investors.
Like the past three versions, this year’s video opens with the theme song for “The Office” as a camera pans across Blackstone’s Manhattan headquarters. Gray is the star again, playing a manic version of himself, this time obsessed with making Blackstone Television just like a real TV show.
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