Jessica Alba’s moisturiser is ‘bananas expensive’

Jessica Alba admits that her favourite face cream is "bananas expensive".

The star says her favourite hydrating treatment is Crème de la Mer Moisturing Lotion but knows it is a costly item.

The actress also listed Weleda's Baby range as her bargain beauty buy for when she is feeling less extravagant.

"It's bananas expensive, so I use it sparingly," Jessica admitted to British magazine Heat when asked about her moisturiser of choice.

The stunning star shared the secrets behind her impeccably groomed appearance. The brunette opts for a laidback haircare routine, and says a sneaky bun is the ultimate bad hair day style-saver.

"I use hair oil with styling cream and scrunch my hair with a towel so it dries with waves," Jessica explained. "If all else fails, pull your hair back into a bun."

With her make-up, Jessica says it's all about the eyes. She also likes to wear a natural blusher on her cheeks, a trick her mother taught her.

"I always like a lot of mascara. I love lashes!" she continued. "[I use blusher because it] makes you look young."

Her favourite scent is one that also appeals to her husband's sense of smell. She says she won't leave the house without a spritz of it on.

"I wear Narciso Rodriguez's Essence - it's sensual and my husband [Cash Warren] loves it," Jessica smiled.

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