Beauty Dolly Parton "Loves" This Drugstore Brand for Ageless Skin It’s sold over 50 million jars of its best-selling moisturizer worldwide. By Laura Reilly Laura Reilly Laura Reilly is a writer and editor with over six years of experience covering fashion and beauty shopping news. She has written for InStyle, Real Simple, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine, People, Thrillist, Nylon, and more. She also publishes a weekly shopping newsletter, Magasin, which highlights the top news, sales, and goings-on when it comes to buying clothes online. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on September 7, 2021 @ 08:00PM Pin Share Tweet Email We independently evaluate all recommended products and services. If you click on links we provide, we may receive compensation. Learn more. Photo: David Becker/Getty Images If you Google "How old is Dolly Parton," a smart answers widget will helpfully suggest that Dolly is 75 years old. Unfortunately, despite Google's best intentions (seriously, A for effort guys!), there's no way that's true. I mean, just look at her! The songstress, businesswoman, and all-around American icon doesn't look a day over 50. And while some of that age-defiance can be attributed to self-admitted surgical enhancements, some markers of youth are the result of more natural care. In the case of her flawless skin, Parton points to drugstore brand Olay. In an interview with Refinery29, Parton listed off a handful of "old-timey [brands] that are not all that expensive," including Olay, founded in 1952, which she said she "loves." It's a big deal that Parton, who has access to the world's priciest and most exclusive products, should choose those from a brand whose moisturizers cost as little as $22. To us, that's a sure indicator that you don't need to tap into your savings account in order to invest in youthful skin. In the 70 years since Olay started formulating globally celebrated skincare products, it's remained at the cutting edge of cosmetic research and developed high-functioning anti-aging technology up to date with today's standards. This commitment to quality has won over the most loyal shoppers. Anti-Aging Beauty Wands Are Everywhere — But Are They Worth It? Olay's best-selling moisturizer, the Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream Moisturizer Original, has sold over 50 million jars worldwide and is so well-known it's earned itself the household nickname "The Red Jar." The facial cream, packed with powerful anti-agers vitamin B3, amino-peptides, and hyaluronic acid, currently has over 23,000 ratings on the site, with a four-star average rating. Reviewers, who've gone as far as sharing photos of their transformed skin, are over the moon about the Micro-Sculpting Cream, saying they could "tell the difference in just a few days," and that "within one month, my skin was significantly improved." People in every decade of their life say this product reversed signs of aging when nothing else did, and that they receive compliments on their skin and are mistaken for younger ages all the time. "I'm now 64 and most people don't believe [me] when I tell them my age," writes one customer who's been using the cream for years. "However, what really matters is that I know my skin looks better now than when I was in my 40s." We understand if Dolly, who leads a pretty busy life by any standards, isn't actively posting in the reviews section of Olay's site, but we think her time-stopping skin speaks for itself. Shop the best-selling moisturizer that's won over millions — including the banjo-playing woman of our hearts. Like Dolly says: "I've got shelves and drawers full of every new makeup going on, even the expensive ones, but I still tend to go back to old faithfuls." Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream Moisturizer Original Courtesy Shop now: $25 (Originally $33); olay.com Shop More InStyle-Approved Picks One Detail on This Under-$20 Amazon T-Shirt Gives It an “Elevated Look,” Shoppers Say Heidi Klum Just Made a Case for the Retro, ‘70s-Inspired Pants Jennifer Lopez Is Also Wearing Kate Hudson Uses the Reese Witherspoon-Approved Oil That Shoppers Say Recaptures the "Glow of Youth"