Jessica Simpson is officially promoting prescription-grade drugs on social media. The 40-year-old actress, singer and fashion designer doesn’t seem to miss an opportunity when it comes to her endorsement potential, with 2021 seeing the Dukes of Hazzard star front pharmaceutical giant Pfizer.
Jessica, followed by 5.6 million on Instagram, has been endorsing a product linked to a personal experience – the blonde hasn’t had it easy with her skin and now she’s out to share what’s helped her. The mom of three has received mixed feedback to her Pfizer posts as fans ask her if she really needs the extra cash – given that Jessica Simpson Style is going stronger than ever, chances are she doesn’t.
Jessica Simpson fronts big pharm
See the promo shot below. Jessica, who has starred in commercials for mega-brands including soda giant Pepsi, joins the likes of reality star Khloe Kardashian in encouraging her Instagram followers to check out a medication. While 36-year-old Khloe urges fans to name-drop migraine drugs to their doctor, Jessica is vouching for Eucrisa.
Pop face Jess’ last Pfizer promo came around a month ago. She shared a gorgeous outdoor shot of herself chilling amid picnic-laid blankets and cushions while in a gingham skirt, cute white tee and straw hat. The Amazon Original Stories author abided by all the rules as she laid out disclaimers and side effects, also using a #PfizerAd.
Addressing fans, Simpson said summer was on its way, then referring to her mom status as she revealed that “time spent with my family in the backyard and by the pool is where we make some of our best summer memories.” Here, Jessica admitted she loves the sun, but with a history of eczema, the sun hasn’t always been kind to her.
“I am very conscious of using extra moisturizer, sunscreen and doing my best to keep a close eye on my eczema that tends to act up in the heat. If it does, I use EUCRISA (crisaborole) ointment, 2%, to treat my mild-to-moderate eczema,” she wrote.
Making sure to state that everyone’s experiences are different, the blonde added: “If you’re considering a prescription medication to treat your eczema, have the #EczemaConversation with your doctor to see if EUCRISA is right for you.”
Jessica Simpson disables comments on Instagram
Jessica appears to have played it cautious with this post, choosing to disable replies. Comments are enabled to other posts – perhaps Jessica chose to opt-out of receiving negative feedback. The star has, in the past year, received a fair few critical comments, not limited to fans thinking she’s gotten too skinny since dropping 100 pounds back in 2019.