To prepare for the event, the 28-year-old actor paired up with Olay Body—the first Latinx trans woman to do so—and took part in the brand’s 14-day challenge using the Olay Ultra Moisture Body Wash. “I feel much more confident than I was before—I was pulling up my pants to see flakes of dry skin falling off of my calves,” she says. “Now I get out of the shower and see smooth and milky skin.
Rodriguez is just as bold in real life, and her most recent fearless moment is being honored as a keynote speaker at George Washington University’s Annual Diversity Summit, days after speaking at Glamour’s Women of the Year Summit. “I’m excited to speak these young individuals who want to learn, or just want to hear my story, because I have a lot to say,” Rodriguez tells Glamour. “And I want to influence them, but the only way for me to do that is feel comfortable enough in my own skin.
Obviously Olay Ultra Moisture Body Wash because I need my skin looking milky when I’m walking on that island with no clothes on.
Some obvious skin care; I’m trying my best to not over-advertise, but I live for the products, so I would buy some Olay Body Wash off of that rack.
And I’m not saying that that’s bad at all, I’m just saying it’s good to see campaigns out there that are showing beauty in a different light.