Jennifer Aniston's Monthly Beauty Bill Is HOW MUCH?

Jennifer AnistonJennifer Aniston is the beauty envy of millions of women across the world. Despite being 43, the actress has a dewiness and glow to her skin that seems to (naturally) only occur in 23-year-olds. And then there's her hair. It's shiny and healthy and always perfectly "sun-kissed." Oh, and her body, too. Yeah, it's incredibly toned and all around amazing (those arms!). And let's not forget about her teeth, and her nails, and everything in between. In short, woman looks gooood.

But, obviously, all of this comes at a price. A steep price, actually. The Daily Mail just broke down the actress' monthly beauty bill, and ohmahgah, is it expensive! It takes a lot of work -- a boatloads of cash -- to make Jennifer Aniston look natural.

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The rough sum they came up with is $8,000. A month. Eight-thousand dollars a month! That's almost a year's worth of rent for me! That's four 10-day trips to France! That's ... insane(ly awesome). No wonder she looks as good as she does -- we all would look like Jen if we had her money. Here's the breakdown:

  • Euoko neck cream made with crystals from the planet Mars, $450
  • Tracie Martyn Spa Red Carpet Facials, $50.
  • Tracie Martyn goodie bag of products, $390
  • Mila Moursi Rejuvinating Serum, $350
  • Neutrogena Facial Cleansing Bar, $2.50
  • Dr. Hauschka Rose Day Cream, $40
  • Private yoga sessions with Mandy Ingber, $$3,500
  • Dietitian Carrie Watt's delivery service, $2,700

No, the Mars crystals thing isn't a joke. I just looked it up. And yes, I'm just as shocked as you are, and yes!, I have questions, too. (Who shoots off and actually gets the crystals? Does NASA really work for Jennifer Aniston?) And, remember peeps, this list is rough. Nowhere in here does it mention hair appointments or those crazy facial peels she has an affinity for. I bet in actuality, her monthly bill is closer to $10 grand.

Does all of this crap seem a little excessive? Of course. Would I do it if I had Jen's money? Of course. Why not? This isn't a tiny dent in our girl's bank account. But, I will say: Hot damn, does all this seem exhausting. Maybe she should add "massage" to the list.

Would you do all this if you had the money?

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Skyhook Skyhook

She's a Barbra Streisand-looking butter-face.

JAFE JAFE

It's her money and she earned it. It's none of our business how she spends it.

Mandago Mandago

I don't think it's crazy at all. She needs to be attractive to keep working, so it's a business investment.

Water... Water_geM

she should look better for that kind of money....

Rachel Schiller

It's kind of a waste, she's not that good looking.

nonmember avatar Guest

First of all these numbers are made up by the Daily Mail, so like all other rumors about Aniston, we have no idea whether they are true or close to the truth, or wildly inaccurate. I'm sure she does spend quite a lot of money to look good...and so she should, since it's literally a business requirement for her, and certainly she is paid well enough to do so. But I don't know why she's being singled out (as if ALL other celebs - male and female - aren't spending similar amounts!), and why some tabloid is creating such a story based on nothing more than assumptions and guesses.

Rhond... RhondaVeggie

You do realize that the daily mail is the British national enquirer, right? They take a little factoid such as the fact she likes a particular pricey moisturizer and extrapolate until they come up with a big story.

Ari. Ari.

Where do you live that rent is that cheap??

Torra... TorranceMom

Wow! I wonder if she writes it off on her taxes? Looking good is part of her job, could all her beauty treatments be considered a business expense? ;)

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