Jennifer Coolidge is having a moment, and we are here for it. Thanks in part to her brilliance as Tanya McQuoid in HBO’s White Lotus, the 61-year-old seems to be at the pinnacle of her career. And did we mention she looks amazing, too? Lucky for us, the star recently revealed that she uses Coco Rose Coconut Oil Body Polish to achieve a smooth, glowing complexion.
Don’t worry, this is a White Lotus spoiler-free zone! As the HBO phenomenon wraps up its second season, it feels like it’s all we (and the rest of the internet) can think about. Which guest will fall victim to another senseless crime? Will there be a third season? And, how can we bring a little bit of that Italian luxury into our lives? Well, for starters, Herbivore Botanicals is taking 20% off its Coco Rose Coconut Oil Body Polish, which happens to be one of Coolidge’s go-to beauty products.
The actress recently told Glamour UK that this polish is a mainstay in her beauty bag—and for good reason. This sugar-based exfoliator provides a gentle-yet-effective way to buff away dry patches and flakey skin. But, thanks to its use of Moroccan rose and virgin coconut oil, this polish will leave your skin feeling smooth, bright, and hydrated. (Not to mention smelling like a small bouquet of roses.)
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Lightweight and non-greasy, this body polish is perfect for all skin types, plus it’s vegan and cruelty-free so Mother Nature is sure to be a fan, too. Normally, Herbivore’s Coco Rose Coconut Oil Body Polish cost $38; however, you can currently snag it at Beauty Bay for only $30. (That’s a 20% discount!) Or, if you want to rack up VIB points, Sephora’s Beauty Insiders can also score 20% off the scrub at Sephora with the code GETGIFTING. But, no matter which retailer you choose, one thing’s for sure: You just got a little closer to that White Lotus lifestyle—you know, minus the murders and drama.
Kelsey Mulvey is a freelance lifestyle journalist, who covers shopping and deals for Good Housekeeping, Women’s Health, and ELLE Decor, among others. Her hobbies include themed spinning classes, Netflix, and nachos.