Jennifer Grey has had shining skin since her Dirty Dancing days. She’s been open about her experience with plastic surgery in the past, and how she navigated her hair loss journey. Now, she’s spilling the secret to her hydrated, glowing skin. The 62-year-old tells Prevention that she loves Embryolisse’s Lait-Crème Concentré.
“I really like the Embryolisse moisturizer, it’s super inexpensive and I love that,” Grey told Prevention. “It’s one of those things that you can use to clean your face and moisturize it, and it smells yummy.”
The product is packed full of skin-loving ingredients, including shea butter, beeswax, soy proteins, and aloe vera—which reviewers say make this moisturizer ideal for sensitive skin. “Its formula not only restores moisture in the skin barrier but also diminishes the appearance of fine lines without leaving traces of grease,” according to the brand.
Plus, the brand says its benefits work for more than just hydrating skin—it’s both a soothing after-sun product and aftershave care.
While it’s known as a French drugstore favorite around the world, it’s still super affordable to try for yourself in the U.S.
With over 18,000 ratings and nearly five stars, Amazon reviewers love the product, too. One Amazon customer raves, “I absolutely LOVE this product! I have dry, sensitive acne-prone skin as well as eczema, which makes it extremely difficult to find a product that truly works for me and my skin. This product truly is the best of both worlds. It has the perfect thickness and texture, absorbs nicely into the skin, and leaves a beautiful finish.”
Another reviewer was impressed with its suitability for sensitive skin, as well as its multi-purpose formula. “I have really sensitive combination skin. And I mean, really sensitive. This doesn’t clog my pores, works as a primer, a night cream, a daily moisturizer, and even does the trick right now for winter.”
As for some of Grey’s other beauty favorites, she’s an ambassador for haircare brand, Harklinikken. Her go-tos are designed for optimal hair health, especially for those who are experiencing hair thinning or hair loss. You can shop a few of her favorites below.
Madeleine, Prevention’s assistant editor, has a history with health writing from her experience as an editorial assistant at WebMD, and from her personal research at university. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in biopsychology, cognition, and neuroscience—and she helps strategize for success across Prevention’s social media platforms.