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Cindy Crawford knows a thing or two about looking good. So when she says she loves a certain beauty product, we're all ears.
With decades of experience in the modeling industry, it makes sense that the 52-year-old has tried more makeup and skin care products than most of us. But throughout the years, some have stood out more than others, earning a place in the supermodel's very own beauty regimen.
Here are some of her tried-and-true favorites, from a drugstore body oil to a surprisingly simple tool to make salon blowouts last for days.
Elemis Body Detox Skin Brush, $45, Amazon
Crawford has often spoken about her love of dry brushing, which is basically what it sounds like: brushing your skin when it's dry, to help with exfoliation and improve circulation.
The supermodel recently told The Cut that she loves a brush from Elemis, and uses it before she showers.
Neutrogena Body Oil, $10 (usually $22), Amazon
After the shower? The supermodel slathers her still-wet skin with body oil. She's said in multiple interviews that her favorite is from Neutrogena.
"After I shower but before I dry off, I use Neutrogena Body Oil all over," she told Into The Gloss. "I let it soak in for a few seconds before drying myself with a towel."
Slip Silk Pillowcase, $85-$105, Nordstrom
Crawford also told The Cut that she's into silk pillowcases. "I've noticed that I've not only gotten fewer pillow lines, but it's better for my hair," she said. "That's the one thing people don't talk about with aging. We all know skin is so important, but your hair changes, too."
Maybelline New York Lash Stiletto Mascara, $6, Amazon
Crawford has also said that her go-to mascara is this one from Maybelline — a steal for under $10!
"It's good because I get separation and it's not too clumpy," she told Into The Gloss. "I don't really like to see the mascara."