What’s Jessica Simpson’s Favorite Moisturizer?


New Beauty Magazine recently did a feature on Jessica Simpson’s fave moisturizer, Renée Rouleau Hawaiian Nourishing Cream.

Jessica has been a long time client of Renée Rouleau and has used our line to keep her skin looking beautiful.

Here’s what New Beauty said:

“Think skin prone to breakouts doesn’t need moisture? Think again. Open with her fight against acne, Jessica Simpson relies on Renée Rouleau’s Hawaiian Nourishing Cream to treat her sensitive skin and keep it hydrated. The healing moisturizer uses red marine algae from Hawaii to help repair the skin, botanical ginseng to revitalize it and vitamin C-rich rose hip extracts to leave behind a bit of radiance…

But this multitasker isn’t just a mix of powerful active ingredients that tackles tired skin. Because of its healing properties, it’s also perfect for those with rosacea, acne, eczema and extremely sensitive skin, and, since it’s free from mineral oils, it won’t clog pores—so you can apply it without bracing yourself for breakouts after wards.”

Hawaiian Nourishing Cream is one of our best-selling moisturizers,  so be sure to check it out!

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