Shoppers Say This Jennifer Aniston-Approved Lip Mask Gives Them "Pillowy, Soft Lips"

Celebrity lifestyles aren't exactly easy to emulate. For example, I personally will never have the money (nor, uh, motivation) to clone my dog a la Barbara Streisand, nor will my hypothetical child ever own a bag that is the equivalent of a year's rent. But celebrity beauty routines are different territory. Many celebrity-loved products are affordable, making it easy to play copycat to some of the best skin, hair, and nails in the game. 

Recently, Jennifer Aniston's followers were given a peek into her enviable and elusory glow when she shared an Instagram story of her makeup artist and hair stylist's products on the set of The Morning Show. I spotted a couple of popular beauty staples, including Charlotte Tilbury's Magic Cream. But one that really captured my attention was Tatcha's Kissu Lip Mask.

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I've crossed paths with Tatcha's Lip Mask before. A few years ago, I was one of the 4,000 people on the product's waitlist. More recently, TikTok sensation Hyram Yarbro broke down the product's nourishing ingredients and its super unique texture for his audience. Other content creation sensations Emma Chamberlain and Addison Rae have also mentioned it, too. 

The original lip mask was a limited edition product that sold out, and it did so well for the brand that it was brought back permanently. This October, the brand launched a second, red-tinted iteration of the popular mask and I'm betting it's going to sell out as fast as the first. 

The new limited edition red-tinted formula has the same ingredients that make the original so popular — squalane, a super moisturizing ingredient, Japanese Camellia Oil, and skin-boosting vitamins A, B, D, and E. The result is a product good enough for Jennifer Aniston. 

It's not just her, either. One reviewer described it as leaving behind lips that are "supple and healthy looking." Another shopper shared that after two days of using the mask, they stopped reaching for their lip balm throughout the day. And one happy Sephora customer reported that after using the mask at night, they wake up with "pillowy, soft lips." At $28 it's not quite a bargain buy, but as several happy reviewers mention, it's a "bougie" indulgence that lasts a long time. Head to Tatcha's website and try a jar for yourself — your lips will certainly thank you for it.

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