The One Tip Jonathan Van Ness Swears By To Make The Bath Extra Skin-Soothing
Hopping on a Zoom call with Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness, I was thrilled to learn he takes bath time very seriously. It’s something we have in common: See, a good soak doesn’t happen every single day, but when I do have the opportunity to sink into the tub, you better believe I double down on the indulgence. Epsom salts, bubbles, candles, you name it—it’s how I practice self-care.
How JVN creates his skin-soothing soak.
He’s loyal to this Coconut Milk Bath Soak by Herbivore (“Once I find something I like, I have an issue straying,” he reveals), but he recently discovered an extra tweak: He drops a few pumps of Biossance’s 100% Squalane Oil and swirls it into the bathwater before sliding in. “You’ve never felt better,” he says during the call.
That’s because squalane oil supports and enhances the skin barrier. “It is used as an emollient in skin care, which maintains the skin’s moisture barrier and hydration,” says board-certified dermatologist Rachel Nazarian, M.D., of Schweiger Dermatology Group in NYC.
Source : mbg Lifestyle – The One Tip Jonathan Van Ness Swears By To Make The Bath Extra Skin-Soothing Edited By, Jamie Schneider