It costs a lot to look this good.
Gwyneth Paltrow shared her “guide to everyday skincare and wellness” with Vogue on Tuesday, which incorporates a slew of “clean, nontoxic products that are really efficacious and really work wonders” — and will set you back nearly $900 in total.
After sipping a smoothie made with nut milk and almond butter, the 48-year-old Goop founder does a bit of dry body brushing to exfoliate and boost circulation, using her brand’s wood-handled brush ($20). As a “massive exfoliating junkie,” she follows that up with Goopglow Microderm Instant Glow Exfoliator ($125) to slough off more dead skin cells.
Next, Paltrow dabs on a few drops of Vintner’s Daughter Active Botanical Serum ($185), followed by Jillian Dempsey Hydrating Eye Masks ($75) if it’s a “special occasion.”
“Sometimes I walk around the house with these on,” she explained. “My kids make fun of me. What else is new?”
Like fellow famous faces including Jennifer Aniston, Tracee Ellis Ross and Alicia Keys, the lifestyle guru also loves Jillian Dempsey’s Gold Sculpting Bar ($195), which is made from 24-karat gold and vibrates (“Don’t get any ideas,” Paltrow quipped) to help tone, lift and revive tired skin.
Other products in Paltrow’s a.m. arsenal include cult favorite Weleda Skin Food ($19), Goopglow Glow Lotion ($58), Unsun Mineral Tinted Sunscreen ($29) and Goopgenes Clean Nourishing Lip Balm ($20).
But while the Oscar winner is all about skincare, she’s pretty minimal when it comes to cosmetics, reaching for just a few go-tos: Westman Atelier Vital Skin Foundation Stick ($68), Olio E Osso Lip & Cheek Tinted Balm ($28), Kosas The Big Clean Mascara ($26) and Ilia Balmy Gloss Tinted Lip Oil ($26).
Apparently, Paltrow’s 16-year-old daughter Apple is the real makeup maven in the family.
“I mean, she knows how to contour — that girl is just on fire with her routine,” she said. “I don’t know where she got it from. She definitely did not get it from me.”
Paltrow, meanwhile, said she inherited her own beauty outlook from her “very low-maintenance” mom, Blythe Danner.
“I think what I learned from her most is just to be comfortable with yourself, and to just be comfortable with your skin,” the star explained. “She was kind of a ‘less is more’ [person] in terms of makeup and stuff, and she definitely passed that on to me.”