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January Jones credits night cream for flawless complexion

January Jones doesn’t think her skin has changed over the past 20 years, and credits a Sisley face cream for her flawless complexion.

January Jones is worried her face will “melt like a candle” if she stops using her favourite night cream.

The 38-year-old actress boasts a complexion so flawless that it would leave women half her age envious. She has a lengthy regime to maintain her blemish-free skin, but credits Sisley’s Supremya as her favourite product.

“My night cream, which I've used for a long time, is Sisley Supremya,” January told “It's the perfect amount of moisture, and it's anti-aging, too. I feel like my skin hasn't changed since I started using it. I'm afraid to stop using it, in case my face melts like a candle!”

January first burst onto the scene as a model before turning to acting, with her most famous role being that of Betty Draper in hit U.S. TV show Mad Men. Her varied career means she is a regular on the red carpet, but when it comes to her day-to-day routine, she prefers a more low key look.

“The make-up I wear is fairly basic,” January said. “I like the Cle de Peau Concealer for undereye bags or zits. It's just the best concealer. I mean, everyone loves it. And then Chanel Le Volume Mascara. I have these nonexistent, white lashes. I don't curl them. That's usually it - I'm pretty low-maintenance.”

However, when dressing for an evening out or public events, January enjoys getting dolled up.

She then continued to list her favourite products to help fans copy her stunning look.

“If I'm going out to dinner, or to a concert or something, I love doing my make-up,” January smiled. “I'll do my brows with Tom Ford Brow Sculptor in Blonde, line my eyes with Diorliner, and experiment with smoky eyeshadows.

“For lips, I'll do a Chanel or NARS red. The NARS Red Square Velvet Matte Lip Pencil is my favourite red, and Chanel Boy is a good neutral. For everyday, though, I like By Terry's Baume de Rose Nutri-Couleur in Cherry Bomb. You just dab it on your cheeks and lips and it gives a little tint."

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