Even at 55, John Stamos makes us all say “have mercy” with his enduring good looks. In fact, we’d go so far to claim that he’s even more attractive now than he was as Uncle Jesse on Full House. Aside from joking about making a deal with the devil in his youth, the actor has shed some light on a particular product that helps keep him forever young.
Fans following Stamos on social media might remember him sharing his “secret weapon” on Instagram, but it’s definitely worth reminding yourself again — even if it’s just an excuse to get lost in those piercing baby blues.
If you’ve managed to pull yourself away, you’ll notice he cites Bioxidea as the product masking his beautiful face. More specifically, it's the Bioxidea Miracle24 Face Mask for Men ($59, Neiman Marcus). Don’t worry, there’s a version designed for women, too ($59, Neiman Marcus). The ultra-hydrating masks are infused with peptides, which are known for their collagen-boosting effects.
The product is apparently good enough for him to ditch using a DIY facial with Greek yogurt. (That, or it’s a tongue-in-cheek reference to his former stint promoting Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt.) Whatever the case may be, it’s certainly difficult to argue with the results still showing on Stamos' smooth, wrinkle-free face today.
Those of us who don’t make TV money, though, might balk a bit at such a hefty price tag for a few sheets of the product (each box contains three masks). So if you're looking to test out peptides at a lower price, start by trying the more budget-friendly Pacifica Disobey Time Rose and Peptide Face Mask ($3.99, Target).
Be sure to test any product on a small patch of skin before going all-in — especially if you have any sensitivities. You might also want to check with your doctor or dermatologist before any at-home spa treatment. But if all goes well, you can be turning back the clock just as magically as Mr. Stamos!
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