Beauty Buff Jessica Alba's Favorite Products

02/16/2007 at 05:00 PM ET

This gorgeous, glowing star gave PEOPLE’s Stylewatch a peek at the skincare products that she’s loving right now. And who wouldn’t want a hint on how to look that good? For her eyes, she loves Wexler Under-Eye Brightening Cream, $29, and Ole Henriksen Purifying Eye Makeup Remover, $25, which she picks up when she visits his legendary L.A. Spa. She purifies her pores with Lush’s Fresh Masks, $9-$10, that she loves so much she had them sent to the set of Good Luck, Chuck to share with the rest of the cast. If she does get the rare breakout, she knocks it out with Mario Badescu’s Enzyme Cleansing Gel, $12, and Drying Lotion, $17. She exfoliates with Sally Hershberger’s Face Place Face Refinisher, $38, which she says she “uses every day.” She tells us that “a great night cream” is Eau Thermale Avene Retrinal 0.05 Cream, $47. And her makeup musts are Christian Dior Diorshow Mascara in Black, $23 (“The best mascara I’ve used. It’s lengthening and volumizing.”) and Cle de Peau Beaute Correcteur Visage, $68, which “hydrates while it conceals.” Sign us up!

To see more great star beauty tips and style, pick up the new Stylewatch on newsstands now.

Photo: Alex Cao; Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

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Belle on

Please, I don’t want see picture of Victoria Beckham in the front page.She needs publicity.I don’t don’t know why the paparazzi give her attention.

Kia on

I looked on the Lush website and can’t find the masks they are talking about … anyone know where they are or how to find them???

Nighthag on

A little too pricy for me but she is very pretty. She can afford to buy expensive things that the average person can’t. How about putting things on this site that is for the average persons price range? We’re not stars.

anon on

Kia it’s because they are freshly made so they can’t ship them. Look for a Lush in your area. We have one here in Vancouver and I looooove the blueberry one it’s such a treat makes me want to go get another one… anyone recommend any of the others ?

Autumn on

I love Lush’s products!!! Unfortunately, you must purchase their masks in-store since they are made fresh daily and cannot be shipped. Once you buy them in-store you can store them in your fridge for up to a week. They are worth the trip though (as if everything else of theirs wasn’t enough of a reason to go!).

Merry on

The big-fresh masks can only be purchased from a Lush store. They are not available on Lush’s website. The reason being they need to be refrigerated.

Gayatri on

Um Belle, That’s not Victoria Beckham. I don’t see how you can get it mistaken. Anyways, those products look cool, I’ll definately check them out. As always Ms Alba looks classy and just gorgeous

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