Go Home And Try These 15 Green Beauty Secrets From Celebrities
Yes, there are certainly a lot of things. After all, these ladies are always kept in the greatest possible shape by teams of workers. However, the majority are also content to enlighten the public about natural supplements, regimens, and goods. Here, we share the undiscovered natural celebrity beauty secrets of the most famous ladies in the world.
1. Lupita Nyong’o
Source: Getty ImagesThe Oscar winner uses avocado oil to remove her makeup, which keeps her face hydrated, because she has extremely dry skin.
2. Emma Stone
Source: Getty ImagesEmma had to look for natural alternatives because of her allergies. According to Style.com, "I just use natural grape seed oil from the grocery store on my face as a moisturizer." "I use it after I take a shower and use it both throughout the day and at night. I very much always have a grape fragrance about me."
3. Scarlett Johansson
Source: Getty ImagesScarJo doesn't mind a little discomfort to make things more cheerful. She told Marie Claire, "I brush raw lemon over it to make it brighter if my complexion is drab or I have red areas before a major event." "Although it hurts a little, it isn't at all harmful. My favorite thing is it."
4. Kate Hudson
Source: Getty ImagesKate will endure pain if necessary. She submerges her face in an ice bath to restore her radiance. How much time? She said to Stylecaster, "It depends on how strongly I want it.
5. Zoe Saldana
Source: Getty ImagesAccording to Zoe, whose mother was a hippy and very health aware, they "made masks out of oats or gave us hair highlights using henna tea or even rum."
6. Cate Blanchett
Source: Getty Images"Macadamia and olive oils are excellent for your skin. They make your skin zing when you put one of them on in the shower, she told InStyle U.K. "I use them in a handmade scrub prepared with grapefruit juice and sea salt, a beauty tip my buddy gave me."
7. Shailene Woodley
Source: Getty ImagesWe all know how environmentally conscious Shailene is, so she provided Into the Gloss with a variety of natural beauty advice, from consuming clay ( "I've learned that clay is good for you because it doesn't get absorbed by your body and because it binds to negative isotopes because it apparently has a negative charge.
Crazy as it may sound, it also aids in the removal of heavy metals from your body.") to gargling with sesame oil ("It actually whitens teeth since plaque on teeth is fat-soluble rather than water-soluble. Oil functions in your mouth because the lipids must dissolve in fats ")
Source: Getty ImagesFor the price of one, get two. According to Goop, who uses coconut oil "a lot on my face, on my skin, and in my cooking," it is a favorite of hers.
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9. Priyanka Chopra
Source: Getty ImagesShe combines a few ingredients that you could already have in your home to give Priyanka's complexion its bright appearance. She told The New York Times, "Sometimes I'll put on fresh yogurt as a mask with a little turmeric powder in it - this is like an Indian technique." Your skin can be healed by using turmeric.
10. Miranda Kerr
Source: Getty ImagesMiranda doesn't mind a little odor. She told Into the Gloss: "For hair, I enjoy using coconut oil as a treatment and apple cider vinegar for shininess — you put on a tiny bit in the shower as a rinse, and then wash it off. It has a slight odor, but it goes gone after using the conditioner.
11. Lauren Conrad
Source: Getty ImagesWhen LC starts to feel a little puffy, she turns to potatoes. She said on her website, "To minimize puffiness, slice up a few chilled potatoes, soak them in water for a moment or two, and then lay them over your lids for 15 minutes." Works flawlessly.
12. Viola Davis
Source: Getty ImagesCrisco, There must be something you can't do. She remarked on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, "I use it on my feet, as a lubricant on my feet, I just get in there and apply it all over my bunion, my toes, and the bottom of my feet." "It first removes the ash, leaving behind simply dry skin. I suggest it!"
13. Catherine Zeta-Jones
Source: Getty ImagesCZJ is all about a homemade beauty routine, according to the Daily Mail, using beer to condition her hair and using a honey and salt concoction to hydrate and exfoliate her body.
14. Denise Richards
Source: Getty ImagesAccording to Denise, avocado provides deep conditioning for her hair. Simply stay away from the scalp to prevent greasy-looking hair.
15. Salma Hayek
Source: Getty ImagesSalma said that her grandma instructed her to use ice cubes to treat burns from her curling or flat iron "Egg whites are whipped and placed on the burner. It will relieve the discomfort, cure it, and also form a crust that will shield the area from blisters and scars."