Or nature-obsessed science enthusiasts.
My secret to glowing skin isn’t much of a secret. It’s right there on my author page under beauty products I hoard. Mila’s products and treatments aren’t cheap, but they’re very much worth it. Even when I go and try other people’s recommendations for products, I always go back to Mila’s. I recommend Mila Moursi products to everyone, and I visit her L.A. salon for treatments once a week.
So, I’ve been loyal to Mila’s line for something like 10 years now, and she has just come out with two new products that couldn’t have come at a better time.
Like Jane, I hardly ever stop working, so I make a point to find products that I can use anywhere and anytime. Mila’s Triple Action Eye Contour Cream gets rid of dark circles and puffiness without leaving you shiny. Just put it on, let it sit for 15 minutes, and then rub it in.
I strongly believe in using products that are good for you, and this eye cream has natural ingredients like oat and chamomile. Nothing toxic or damaging.
I respect artists and innovators who put time and effort into what they do. Mila puts an astonishing amount of effort into fine-tuning her products so they target specific parts of your skin.
Jane just previewed her newest neck cream when she visited Mila’s Beverly Hills Salon for an eye and neck treatment on her last trip to LA. The caffeine in the cream tightens up the skin in a way that would be too harsh for your face but is great for your jaw line. [Courteney has been trying to get me to care about my neck for like 25 years now. Maybe this product — available in stores and online this April via Barney's and Mila Moursi Skincare — will finally do it. But probably not. It did really work to tighten that skin up, though, so if I use anything, this will be it. - Jane]
Have you tried Mila Moursi products? Have you visited any of her spa locations? Do you have a beauty brand you're loyal to?