Aniston is not a fan of excessive cosmetic work, concerned that many people “lose perspective” and go too far with Botox and plastic surgery. “Why would you want to atrophy muscles anyway?” she asks InStyle. “If you don’t work out, eventually everything drops.” She credits microcurrent facials with keeping her skin smooth and taut. “It’s like a little workout for your face,” she says. The treatment involves an aesthetician placing electrically-charged pads on the face to stimulate the muscles, which then tightens and tones the skin. Two places where you can get the treatment being hailed as a “nonsurgical facelift”: Mila Moursi Skincare Institute and Day Spa in Los Angeles (Classic European Facial, $300) or the Tracie Martyn Skincare Salon in N.Y.C. (Resculpting Facial, $329). If there are no spas near you that offer the service, you can invest in one of the at-home facial rejuvenation devices, such as Nuface Trinity, known for being the “5-minute face lift” ($325 at sephora.com). This beauty tool—which is FDA-approved and clinically proven to improve facial contour—uses the same technology dermatologists and aestheticians use. Treatments take only 5 minutes a day and, according to reviews, the device will become your “new best friend.” Which is only appropriate, given it’s recommended by a star of the show Friends.