Emma Watson swears by this $10 Aussie beauty product

Who knew?

By now we’re sure you’re familiar with Emma Watson’s new Instagram account – called @the_press_tour, it serves to spotlight Emma’s ethical, eco-friendly wardrobe for her Beauty & the Beast premiere run.

But in her last post, Emma took the time to list – in painstaking detail – each and every skincare and make-up product she used to get her dewy glow for her final London press day.

And we were oh-so-pleased to spot an Australian brand in the seven-strong list. Turns out Emma is a big fan of Sukin’s Hydrating Mist Toner, which she spritzes after cleansing and before face cream.

‘Skin prepped with @balancemebeautyRestore and Replenish Cream Cleanser,@sukinskincare Hydrating Mist Toner and@paiskincare certified organic Rebalancing Day Cream and Gentle Eye Cream. Lips prepped with Balance Me Lip Quench Balm. Balance Me was founded by two sisters with clarity at the heart of their brand, stating the percentage of natural ingredients on the front of each product. Pai Skincare is certified vegan, is one of the first UK brands to be certified organic by@soilassociationbeauty and is formulated with sensitive skin in mind. Sukin are an Australian brand committed to offsetting their carbon emissions through a clean energy biomass project in India,” Emma captions the post.

She then moves onto make-up – and we’re not surprised to find cult fave RMS in the mix.

@iliabeauty Vivid Foundation in a Tularosa and Atacama colour-mix used for the base. @rmsbeauty ‘Un Cover-Up was used as a concealer and the Tinted “Un” Powder was used to set in place. Cheeks and lips were tinted with RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek in Illusive. @odylique Essential Care Mascara was used on lashes. This is the first mascara to be certified to organic standards by the Soil Association and the brand list the recyclability of their packaging and the country of origin on their website. The whole look was set with Ilia’s Finishing Powder.”

If you, like Emma, are looking to reduce your chemical load and do your bit for the environment, the above-mentioned brands are a solid place to start.

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