January Jones knows exactly how to fill the quarantine days. The “Mad Men” actress, whose lock-down self-care has become a regular headline-maker, updated her Instagram with an oily start to the week today, posting with her True Botanicals Moonstone roller to show her 1 million followers how bathroom self-care is done. January, this year in the news for skidding across her floor in a see-through nightie, had kept up her beloved sleepwear. Check out the post already deemed “flawless” by Milla Jovovich, below.
Scroll for the photo. January, who stripped down to a bikini earlier this year to joke she’s unemployed, was technically proving she’s back on the payroll. Her post came as a partner one with beauty brand True Botanicals.
The photo showed the 42-year-old in selfie mode and backed by her bathroom tiles. January was wearing a lightweight pink-stripe nightie and looking ahead as she applied the Moonstone roller to her chin – literally, flawless skin everywhere you looked. A caption then explained the benefits of what Jones was using.
Keep scrolling for more photos, plus the nightie video. January, looking radiant, opened by saying that finding a “face oil that isn’t packed with toxins or harsh ingredients that can damage your skin’s barrier” is no longer a struggle thanks to True Botanicals.
January, likely knowing that many of her followers aren’t spring chickens anymore, made sure to mention the anti-aging benefits of the product, concluding: “I love massaging mine in with this limited-edition Moonstone roller that also helps with depuffing. You can get both in the You Make Me Glow kit on truebotanicals.com”
January, who tends to prove popular with her posts, didn’t take long to have fans questioning the promo.
“Hate how celebrities tag shit that doesn’t do anything. Just be normal!” one fan wrote.
“#ad?” another asked – the disclaimer required by Instagram hadn’t been used, but enough Fashion Nova promos will teach you that when a partner status is in place, the #ad doesn’t seem necessary. One fan did seem keen, but their budget wasn’t going to stretch – “But do you have a discount code?! This kindergarten teacher can’t afford that! ?,” they wrote.
True Botanicals’ Renew Pure Radiance Oil retails for $110 for 1 fluid oz. on Amazon – not exactly The Ordinary. Fans, used to seeing January in designer sleepwear, are now grumbling that she’s promoting an allegedly-overpriced product.
“This brand is so expensive…can you endorse something more affordable that still works…?” one user wrote.
“I say COCONUT OIL can do the same!” another exclaimed.
Six days ago, January posted another facial procedure, this time seeing her undergoing an electric needling current, courtesy of world-renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Jason Diamond. Likely not cheap, either.