Turns Out, Ryan Reynolds Only Uses Blake Lively's Beauty Products

Turns Out, Ryan Reynolds Only Uses Blake Lively’s Beauty Products

InStyle | Victoria Moorhouse

“Your readers are going to tune right out when they hear from me — I don’t have a skincare routine,” Reynolds told me after I started quizzing him about everything he applies to his face. I am a beauty editor, after all. I was surprised: In a world where celebrities have access to $1,000 24-karat gold facials and often even launch their own lines with award-winning dermatologists, (here’s looking at you Seacrest), Reynolds doing little in terms of skincare seemed unlikely.

“I don’t really use much unless it’s like a bone-dry, freezing New York Day, I’ll put something on. My wife catches me because it’s often a body moisturizer. I’m using the wrong thing for the wrong body part,” he said.

And yes, he admits said moisturizer only comes out of Blake Lively’s stash.

So, with eight minutes of Reynolds’ undivided attention in my possession, I had to ask him more about his personal Instagram usage habits.

As for his favorite accounts to follow when he’s not trolling his wife? “At the time of this writing, I miss Cardi B. Maybe it’ll be back. I just love Humans of New York. That’s a fun one,” he revealed.

And apparently, Reynolds is just now getting clued in on the concept of “finstas” — aka, fake Instagram accounts that teenagers use to hide “real” posts from their parents.

“I’m looking at the one that their parents are looking at. You know, it’s a mental note I’m making for when my children grow up and say, ‘I want an Instagram account.’ I’m going to make sure there’s only one.”

And while you won’t catch Reynolds watching beauty vlogs on IG (or catching beauty brand finstas), he isn’t totally out of touch with what’s happening in beauty.

In fact, he’s the new face of the men’s designer fragrance Armani Code Absolu, a new take on the classic Code scent with updated notes of apple, vanilla, and suede. Reynolds describes it as “warm” and “pleasing” — basically, the opposite of the overpowering, room-clearing scent your high school boyfriend used to douse himself in.

While Reynold’s skincare routine might be a little noncommittal, but his fragrance tastes, are certainly good enough to score a campaign and his own commercial.

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