Jenna Ortega’s beauty routine includes this ‘incredible’ skincare product from the ‘Wednesday’ set

Jenna Ortega reaches for this beauty buy on “Wednesday” — and every day.

The star, who donned plenty of dark makeup for her titular role in the Netflix hit, recently told Harper’s Bazaar UK she used Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream ($29) on set.

“I was first introduced to this by my hair and makeup artist on ‘Wednesday’ and ‘Beetlejuice,’” she explained of the cult-favorite formula.

“We always started off our day with this.” 

While Ortega applied the multipurpose balm under dark lipstick and on her cuticles — “I feel like that’s really helped,” she said — it’s also made for soothing sunburns, calming post-shave irritation, protecting skin from drying wind and more, per the brand.


Elizabeth Arden

Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream


“It’s an incredible product,” the actress raved. “I have it with me everywhere … it’s a skin protectant.”

She’s far from the only star who swears by the stuff; Zendaya, Victoria Beckham, Prince Harry and even the late Queen Elizabeth II have all been linked to the iconic product. 


An R+Co bottle
Dersmtore

R+Co Velvet Cotton Touch Texture Balm



Nude Dior lipstick
Nordstrom

Dior Rogue Forever Lipstick in Forever Touch


Also among Ortega’s on-set favorites? The R+Co Velvet Cotton Touch Texture Balm ($34), which she was introduced to by her hairstylist.

“It smells so good, if i could smell like this all the time I would,” she raved of the “perfect” product.

And while Wednesday Addams might opt for dark eyeliner and a bold lip, Ortega’s off-duty favorite is the more neutral Dior Rogue Forever Lipstick in Forever Nude Touch ($45 $38) — a transfer-proof formula currently 25% off at Nordstrom.

“It can be a nice sheer look or you can build it up,” she explained.


Jenna Ortega dancing
Ortega took over TikTok with her performance in Netflix’s “Wednesday.” COURTESY OF NETFLIX

After all, unlike her character, Ortega herself is “pretty minimalistic” when it comes to off-the-clock glam.

“Because I wear makeup everyday for work — and there’s also fake sweat and dirt and blood — I usually try to give my skin a break,” she said.