According to PEOPLE’s Celebrity Babies, actress January Jones‘ 4-year-old son Xander already has his own “beauty routine” in the mornings.
The 38-year-old star of TV’s The Last Man On Earth bathes with Xander and incorporates the boy in her daily “primping schedule.”
“I am definitely more efficient with my time, but I am still pretty regimented in my routine, so the difference now is that he’s added in,” the single mom tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week’s issue.
Jones doesn’t know who her son’s father is, and, as a result, the boy is raised without any masculine role model or male influence whatsoever.
Jones says she and Xander look forward to their bath time together.
“I like having my baths, and he takes them with me,” says Jones, who added the youngster helps her choose her hair color and they’re both huge on moisturizing as part of their skincare routine.
“I’m really strict about getting him moisturized,” she tells PEOPLE.
The magazine explains that Jones’ beauty philosophy is to “over-moisturize” — and she indulges in skincare as pricey as $795.
Studies have shown that boys raised in an exclusively Estrogen/feminine environment are more likely to grow up to be gay or transgender. Children are sometimes confused when they are not presented with same sex role models during the crucial first six years in childhood development.