Skin-Care Tips

Drew Barrymore’s Go-To Face Cream Is on Sale for Less Than $26

Taylor Bell

Getty Images/ Lisa Maree Williams / Stringer
If you find a good moisturizer, hold onto it. That's exactly what Drew Barrymore did when she found the Olay's Micro-Sculpting Cream Moisturizer. The actress has been using it for a over decade, and it's now on sale for less than $26. Barrymore, who has her own beauty line (Flower Beauty), knows a thing or two about the importance of skin-care, so when she says she's been using a moisturizer for that long, we fully trust her.

Like many celebrities, Drew fell under the spell of Olay and its famous Micro-Sculpting Cream Moisturizer years ago. The actress once revealed in an IGTV video that she’s a huge fan of the face cream and has used it for “12 to 15 years.” And for those hoping to try a jar for themselves, we've got some good news.

From now until Aug. 28th, the retailer is offering 25 percent off on dozens of its skincare goodies for its annual Birthday Sale. From its top-rated retinol cream to its new vitamin C brightening eye cream, there's a slew of hydrating serums and bestsellers up for grabs, including Drew's go-to moisturizer. So, if you're looking to revamp your skincare routine (especially for fall, which tends to call for more hydration), now's your chance.

Over the years, the Regenerist cream has amassed a huge following among skin-care lovers and celebs alike, selling more than 50 million bottles and garnering over 23,000 reviews. This, along with its affordable price point, nourishing formula and promise of fresher-looking skin continue to attract new beauty fans every day. Many even compare it to the pricier luxury moisturizers.

Not to mention, the moisturizer contains a ton of hydrating ingredients, including hyaluronic acid, glycerin and amino peptide — all of which can help rejuvenate and smooth the skin. But it's the niacinamide that really helps the formula soar. From helping retain moisture to reducing inflammation, niacinamide can have a ton of positive effects on the skin.

"Niacinamide or vitamin B3 is a key ingredient to treat age-related skin changes, acne, and skin discoloration," Alison Adams-Woodford, LE, from research and development at PCA Skin, previously told Well + Good. "It naturally calms the skin and provides dramatic skin brightening."

All in all, when looking for a moisturizer, it's best to pay attention to the ingredients and your skin type . In some cases, it may even be worth doing a swatch test on your hand. But if you're not sure what may be right for you, you may just want to take a page out of Drew's book. And if you are looking for a good moisturizer (or other skin-care essentials), you might as well check out the sale.

Oh hi! You look like someone who loves free workouts, discounts for cult-fave wellness brands, and exclusive Well+Good content. Sign up for Well+, our online community of wellness insiders, and unlock your rewards instantly.

Our editors independently select these products. Making a purchase through our links may earn Well+Good a commission.

Loading More Posts...