Jessica Simpson folding her legs on a sofa has been slapped with a lengthy and medical safety warning. The 40-year-old actress, singer, and “Open Book” author today reminded her Instagram followers there’s yet another way she rakes in the cash, and it didn’t involve the Jessica Simpson Style line – one that turned $1 billion in 2015. Jessica’s Thursday post was a paid ad for doctor-prescribed skincare treatment EUCRISA, and if you’ve seen celebrities shouting out meds, you’ll know it’s #legal up the wazoo. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photo. Jessica, whose 5.6 million Instagram followers tend to see her flaunting her 100-pound weight loss, stunning clothing line, even more stunning family, and 2020-announced Amazon deal, today appeared in full promo mode to shout out a brand she claims has helped her. Jessica, an eczema sufferer, showed little sign of any skin troubles – probably why she was picked to front a treatment that battles it.
The photo showed Jessica with clear skin, a big smile, and those tight jeans were showing off the body-ody.
The “Dukes of Hazzard” star, today keeping the denim but not the Daisy Dukes, had been snapped curled up on a comfy white couch with colorful cushions as she sported skin-tight jeans and her peachy rear getting showcased via them, plus a purple top and neutral cream cardigan. Flashing her pearly whites, the mom of three opened with “fully safety info below” before even getting to her point.
“Growing up, my nana taught me the importance of caring for my skin,” the blonde stated.
Jessica turned it into something wider than herself, adding:
“Because I have eczema, it’s really important for me, especially during sweater weather. The cold, dry air and certain fabrics can be tough on my skin, so I like to moisturize regularly. But sometimes, eczema flares still happen, so it’s important to understand your treatment options.”
The star then said she uses EUCRISA to treat her “mild-to-moderate eczema,” but the caption was way heavier on the legal warnings as fans were urged to speak to their doctors about the cream. See the poolside yoga below!
It’s longer than you probably care to read. “EUCRISA may cause side effects including allergic reactions at or near the application site,” one warning read.
“These can be serious and may include hives, itching, swelling, and redness. If you have any of these symptoms, stop using EUCRISA and get medical help right away,” wan another, with Simpson also warning fans not to use the cream “in your eyes, mouth, or vagina.”
The warning is one you’ll also see from 36-year-old Khloe Kardashian’s ads for migraine medication. Speaking of, scroll for Khloe’s massive thigh gap.