Courteney Cox's Latest Beauty Essential: A Good Nose-Hair Trimmer

08/23/2011 at 04:30 PM ET

Courtney Cox's Favorite Nose Trimmer
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She’s been sharing her budget beauty secrets as a style blogger for Jane Pratt’s site xojane.com, but in her most recent post, Courteney Cox dives into some, well, hairier issues.

“Jane asked me about the best nose hair trimmer,” Cox says in her latest column. “Embarrassing, but the Panasonic Swing Head is great for that and for eyebrow trimming.”

When she’s not keeping up on her trimming, Cox is using some other unusual products that she doesn’t leave home without, including moldable earplugs. “I have a really hard time sleeping but one thing that helps, besides my night guard, are these earplugs,” she writes. “You don’t have to stick them in your ear, just mold them around it. I don’t go anywhere without these.”

Her third pick of the week? Oddly enough, a hand grip — because her father used to use one of his own. “I use one … mostly because it reminds me of my dad, but also because it’s a good stress reliever,” she explains. “It tones the muscles in your forearm that are seldom worked out.”

Got a burning question for the actress? Cox is taking reader questions and dishing advice in her upcoming columns. Email her at courteney@janepratt.com.

 –Kim Peiffer

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