Jamie Lee Curtis, 62, Is Seriously Glowing With No Makeup In This Post-Facial Selfie On Instagram

  • Jamie Lee Curtis, 62, shared the glowing skin results of her facial on Instagram in a new makeup-free selfie.
  • The star says the facial “removed time” and “found some makeup I lost in 2007.”
  • Jamie’s typical skincare routine is super simple and affordable with only two drugstore products in her regimen.

When you’re having a good skin day, you want to share it with the world—and that’s exactly what Jamie Lee Curtis did after a recent facial left her seriously glowing.

Jamie, 62, posted a makeup-free selfie on Instagram that’ll make you want to find your nearest facialist ASAP. “Although I am careful about selfie mode, I am posting because this is what happened AFTER the lovely facial at @omorovicza in Budapest,” she wrote in the caption. “Every different emollient and exfoliant felt like it removed time. I think they also found some make up I lost in 2007. A lovely treat.”

OK, but wow. The Halloween star’s all natural skin is clear and gorgeous—without any makeup—and people (understandably) lost it in the comments. “You look amazing 😍❤️,” one wrote. “If I looked like that (especially early in the morning) I would be spamming every social network every day 😁,” another said.

FWIW, Jamie is a drugstore beauty fan, telling Today in 2018 that her routine will “shake you to your core.”

What, exactly, is it? “Sea Breeze and Nivea. Water and sleep. Sea Breeze is that astringent. I’ve been using that my whole life,” she said, adding that she then rubs Nivea lotion all over her face and body. Yeah… that all costs less than $14.

Jamie said that she’s tried more expensive stuff—it just didn’t live up to the hype. “I spent $800 on a big jar of a cream. It didn’t do anything!” she said. “It doesn’t do anything! The truth of the matter is, it doesn’t do anything for you. It’s a scam to make money.”

Jamie Lee Curtis’ 2-Step Skincare Routine

Despite looking that gorgeous, Jamie told Good Housekeeping that she’s not big on looking at herself. “I don’t look in the mirror,” she said. “I am not going to look the same as I used to, and I don’t want to be confronted by that every day! When I get out of the shower, I have a choice: I can dry myself off looking in the mirror, or I can dry myself off with my back to it. I turn my back to the mirror, and I feel great! I don’t want women to hate themselves, because I think women are extraordinary.”

BRB: Gotta go buy some Sea Breeze.

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