Jessica Alba has been doing daily face masks with her children during lockdown.
The actress has been self-isolating at home in Los Angeles with her husband Cash Warren and their children - daughters Honor, 11, Haven, eight, and two-year-old son Hayes.
But rather than trying to find time on her own to do face masks, Jessica gets all of her kids involved.
“I do face masks every day. I’ve never done more masks in my life. The girls do it with me, so it has become a bonding thing,” she explained to Allure magazine. “Honor is a preteen, so she gets clogged pores and stuff, so she uses the Honest Beauty charcoal detox mask; Haven and I use the Prime + Perfect Mask…. Hayes doesn’t do one, but he likes to put it on us and spread it everywhere.”
In addition to the face masks, Jessica has been doing nails and making body butters, hand lotions, and scrubs with her children. And when possible, The Honest Company founder likes to have a soak in the tub.
“As well as the beauty products and the masks, I do the lavender bath. Everybody does it in the family. I feel like 80 per cent of the time someone climbs in with me,” the 39-year-old joked.
Elsewhere in the interview, Jessica shared that while she has been spending most of her days in pyjamas, she still likes to wear a little make-up.
“Around the house, I do a 10-minute face. It just makes me feel better looking at my reflection,” she said. “That’s kind of my jam — just something quick and easy. If I’m going to really try, I’ll do my hair. But usually, I just let it air-dry. I’m using the new Honest Beauty tinted moisturiser that has protection from the blue light of screens and devices. Then a blush, mascara, and a lip balm.”