January Jones' top tip for winter beauty is "not to shower very much".
The American actress was born in Sioux Falls in South Dakota, where she experienced her fair share of cold weather.
The fair-haired beauty discussed her best skin-saving advice while being interviewed in blizzard-like conditions in Utah, while promoting her new movie Sweetwater.
"I try to exfoliate and not wash my face too much because all of the hard water is hard on my skin. Baby wipes and little tricks - I try not to shower very much," January told Refinery 29. "I try not to wash my hair very much. Whatever you can do to still stay clean but not use water."
The star, who is best known for playing Betty Draper in Mad Men, continued to share her winter skincare musts. The 35-year-old confessed she is behind the times with her discovery of some complexion-enhancing beauty products, such as face oils.
"Moisturising [is another cold weather skin saviour]. It's brutal...[the Utah cold climate]so dry here; drink lots of water. I just started using Egyptian Magic. It comes in a little jar - I guess people have been using it forever, and I just found out about it," she admitted. "It's just oils - natural oils - and I put that under my night cream at night."
January is also well recognised for her role as Emma Frost in the hugely successful comic book adaptation X Men: First Class. She discussed how much fun it was to prepare for her part as the cult character, which she is rumoured to be reprising for X-Men: Days Of Future Past.
"I wasn't familiar with her [Emma Frost], so it was really cool to go through and see all the different looks and try to collaborate with the hair and make-up and wardrobe teams. It was the '60s, so it could be kind of retro, but still, we wanted to take pieces of different costumes she wore in the comic books and make them new and fresh for the fans," she continued. "It's also very daunting; it's a big responsibility because she is so loved in those comics. So, once I found that out, I had already signed on and I was starting to get pretty freaked out about that, but it was a blast."
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