The Lip Mask Jennifer Aniston Swears By

Jennifer Aniston was the beauty icon of the '90s, thanks predominantly to her star-making role as Rachel in "Friends." She's aging beautifully, too, as Cosmopolitan notes, with the actress somehow managing to make her fifties look even better than her thirties did. Aniston is a long-time wellness and self-care advocate, who's been impressively open over the years about what it takes to keep her looking so fantastic (she was even the face of Smartwater for a long time, as Today confirms). 

Aniston is an A-lister, so some of her beauty tips are a little bit out of our price range. For instance, she extolled the virtues of infrared saunas in an interview with Shape, explaining, "It's such a game changer in terms of your skin detoxification and cell rejuvenation."

 Elsewhere, the "Friends" star told Vogue she loves makeup artist Jennifer Dempsey's Gold Sculpting Bar, for instant all-over skin plumping, which retails for $220 (via Harrods). Thankfully, Aniston's go-to lip mask is slightly more affordable. 

This Japanese mask promises to transform your lips

According to Stylecaster, eagle-eyed fans of Jennifer Aniston spotted that she uses a relatively reasonably-priced lip mask to prep her pout before appearing on the likes of "The Morning Show." The well-regarded Tatcha mask promises to soothe chapped lips and leave them looking perfectly puckered. None other than the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, also swears by the Tatcha lip mask while, on Amazon, it's got an impressive 4.6 out of 5 rating. This product is so popular that, back in December 2019, there was a 4,000 strong waitlist eager to buy it. Created using a soothing blend of squalane, Japanese peach extract, and Japanese camellia oil, the luxurious mask ensures lips are repaired, nourished, and moisturized. The jelly formula has a plumping effect too, while simultaneously reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Pick up a pot for $28 on Amazon.

In general, as the "Friends" star explained to Marie Claire, she likes to keep things low-key during her time off with, "A pinky nude lip, a coat of mascara and maybe some cream blush." She also keeps things simple with her skincare routine in general, noting, "I don't over wash my face because you don't want to strip away too much," in an interview with Allure. Considering how good Aniston looks in her fifties, it's not surprising she doesn't have to do too much. But, thanks to her go-to lip mask, we can get a little of her glow too.