Emily in Paris star Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu shares her go-to moisturiser

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Emily in Paris star Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu is having a moment and it's safe to say we'd all love to channel her effortless je ne said quoi.

The 58-year-old actress – who plays the satisfyingly unapologetic Sylvie Grateau, head of marketing firm Savoir, in the Netflix comedy drama – has shared her exact skincare routine and we're definitely taking notes...

"The more I put on my skin, the more it feels like it's not breathing, so I keep it super simple," Philippine told Glamour of her simple routine. "It is also what you put inside your body, which everybody knows."

Photo credit: Stephane Cardinale - Corbis
Photo credit: Stephane Cardinale - Corbis

Revealing her go-to moisturiser, the French star says La Fervance Éclat Extraordinaire is her cold weather essential.

"It’s an incredible cream that I’ve been using for almost a year now, and I’m just crazy about it. I apply a super-thick layer at night when I feel that I’m really needing some moisture, or as a very thin mask during the day," she said.

"Just make sure you really rub it in. At night you can leave it on and when you wake up, you’ll still find some under your eyes, and it’s nice knowing it hasn’t dried up during the night. It’s just a really nice cream."

Philippine also shared her other skincare must-haves, including a Moisturizing Amino Acid Cleanser from Korean brand ZQ-11, and a serum and essence, both by Clinicare.

She's also given her seal of approval to a cult beauty editor favourite, the Nuxe Rêve de Miel Lip Balm. We're stocking up on the ultra-nourishing balm now...

Et voilà!

Emily in Paris seasons one and two are streaming on Netflix now.

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