So That’s How Jennifer Aniston Gets Her Skin So Glowy

As the longtime poster girl for a healthy glow, Jennifer Aniston’s beauty routine is a subject of great interest to the general public—team Vogue included. And, PSA: the 53-year-old was recently snapped leaving facialist Shani Darden’s Beverly Hills salon, with clear and luminous skin (and an assistant carrying a bag full of Darden’s products in tow).

The exact treatment Aniston enjoyed is unclear, but Darden is popular with celebrities and other discerning clients due to her problem-solving approach to skin care: each treatment is bespoke to an individual’s skin and its needs. From acne, skin congestion and texture issues, to addressing scarring and how to age healthily, everyone from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to Jessica Alba seeks out her magic touch when they’re in town.

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A treatment with Darden might comprise a peel, LED, facial massage and vibration therapy (using her Facial Sculpting Wand, which you can also buy to use at home), alongside other skin-boosting techniques. As you might expect, nabbing an appointment with Darden at her ultra sleek studio is not easy. But you can reap the benefits of her expertise at home, via her multifaceted skincare line.

Best known for her Retinol Reform product, Darden recommends her clients embark on a minimal but effective home-care regime to keep the skin barrier strong and healthy, while treating any concerns. Her retinol frequently sells out thanks to its efficacy and ability to soften fine lines and promote collagen production. She also recently launched her Lactic Acid Exfoliating Serum which, she says, imparts an “immediate glow” without causing dryness or irritation.

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