Rachel Brosnahan is first celebrity ambassador for Cetaphil

Rachel Brosnahan is first celebrity ambassador for Cetaphil

Rachel Brosnahan is first celebrity ambassador for Cetaphil. In her first major brand deal, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star Rachel Brosnahan has been named as the new ambassador for skincare brand Cetaphil.

Speaking to Refinery29, Brosnahan said: “I’ve been using Cetaphil products for the better part of the past 10 years.”

“When I was in high school, I was over-treating little breakouts, and then I was really dry. My mom recommended the Gentle Skin Cleanser. At the time, I felt like I had a medicine cabinet that looked like Midge’s, filled with products that were all supposed to do something different. Simplifying that really changed how my skin looks and behaves.”

When we first meet Brosnahan’s character Midge in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, she jumps in and out of bed to put on and remove her makeup so her husband never sees her without her face painted.

Thankfully, Brosnahan’s beauty routine is a lot more simple.

“I try to use just a few products that I know work and stick with that. I have such limited free time; I don’t want to spend an hour getting ready in the morning. My skin can also be irritated by travel, so the Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion and the Gentle Makeup Remover are must-haves for me.”

Brosnahan also revealed her must-have beauty products she’d take with her if she had to travel back in time.

“I would take the Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser with me.”

“I learned that in the 1950s, the gentle cleanser was around, but it was more of a cold cream. The formula hasn’t changed since 1947, but in terms of the packaging, it came in a jar.”

That’s not the only thing that the actress would slide into her time-travelling case.

“In the 1950s, women got their hair set and didn’t wash it very often to keep their style. I’m obsessed with dry shampoo, so I would take Psssst! Dry Shampoo. I’d have to take NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer, that’s daily for me. I would take Crest White Strips also. It’s tough to whiten your teeth. I don’t know how people did it in the 1950s.”

“And I’d take the Olaplex Hair Repair System. I’ve been color treating my hair, and I feel like a lot of women color treated their hair in the 1950s as well. I’d bring that with me to keep my hair healthy and shiny and from breaking.”

And while her skincare routine may not be as elaborate as Midge’s, Rachel admits that the character has made her ‘feel good’ about taking care of her skin.

“She gets great pleasure out of her beauty routine. It’s something that she really enjoys, and that’s something I’ve borrowed from Midge. It feels good to clean my face, to take my makeup off, or to put makeup on when I’m going out.”

Rachel Brosnahan is first celebrity ambassador for Cetaphil

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