Beauty Skincare The Face Cream Jennifer Lopez Used for Years Is Currently on Rare Sale This almost never happens. By Rachel Nussbaum Rachel Nussbaum Instagram Twitter Rachel is a journalist, writer, and editor who specializes in the beauty and wellness industry, writing about the best, safest products the industry has to offer for InStyle, Byrdie, and Shape. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on June 18, 2022 @ 09:00AM Pin Share Tweet Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Photo: jlo/Instagram Shocking news to no one: The last few years have seen a fever pitch of celebrity beauty lines, with everyone from TikTok stars to established actresses getting into the industry. Jennifer Lopez is no exception, with her eponymous brand now at Sephora and helping shoppers get one step closer to achieving the coveted J.Lo glow. But prior to launching her own line, she was a devotee of Dr. Hauschka's Rose Day Cream. It's so good that it rarely gets discounted, but thanks to one under-the-radar outlet, you can currently snag it on sale. As Lopez explained on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen back in 2014, she was a long-time fan of the rose-infused moisturizer. The full episode is regrettably no longer available online, but as Buzzfeed reported, she said she bought the cream from Whole Foods for about 10 years. As someone who's spent way too many hours blissfully trapped in the vortex of the store's health and beauty aisles, that's relatable — and while the German brand's prices are typically on the higher end for grocery store beauty, SkinStore is now offering 25 percent off the Rose Day Cream. (The discount will be automatically applied once you add to cart.) That brings the normally $45 buy down to $34, which is appealing indeed for a luxurious formula that calls on extracts from marshmallow root, St. John's wort, and two kinds of rose, alongside shea butter, lanolin, and avocado and olive oil. As Lopez told InStyle last year, olives in particular inspired her when she was developing her brand — her mom and aunts swear by olive oil to "deliver a glow," she said. Courtesy Shop now: $34 (Originally $45); skinstore.com Dr. Hauschka's products are likewise family-approved, per InStyle staffers. According to senior commerce writer Eva Thomas's mom, using the brand's creams has kept her skin looking lineless into her 60s. And while reviews for the Rose Day Cream are scant on SkinStore — to be honest, more people need to know about the retailer's great sales — the moisturizer has racked up heartfelt praise elsewhere on the internet. As one person over 60 wrote on Amazon, it's helped keep their skin from feeling crepey and looking wrinkled. Long-lasting relationships with the Rose Day Cream, à la Lopez, aren't unusual: A different fan going on almost a decade of use said it makes their skin feel like it's "singing with joy," and another customer in their mid-40s credits it with smoothing their fine lines, minimizing redness, and softening their face. Per a penultimate 42-year-old, it's a "skin-changing miracle cream," even in desert heat — all the more relevant, considering the blazing heat waves washing over the planet right now. A last enthusiast seconded the miracle status, and said thanks to the product, they've stopped wearing makeup altogether. If you'd like to try Dr. Hauschka's Rose Day Cream, get it for $34 at SkinStore or $43 at Amazon.