Having their pictures taken constantly and being in the public eye means that for most celebrities, the look of their skin is a number on priority.
But instead of purchasing some of the bigger named labels from overseas, Australian actress’ and TV personalities are turning to some of our homegrown heroes.
Erin Norden, founder of Clean Beauty Market, told FEMAIL that for many of our favourite celebs, beauty starts from within.
Erin Norden, founder of Clean Beauty Market, (pictured) told FEMAIL that for many of our favourite celebs, beauty starts from within
‘The Beauty Chef do inner wellness powders and beauty liquids, with some of their fans including Naomi Watts and owner of Goop, Gwenyth Paltrow,’ Ms Norden said.
‘Mayella is also an up-and-coming skincare line with active ingredients. Their brand ambassador is Jessica Green who is an Aussie actress based on the Gold Coast. She’s got a huge Instagram following and is working in the US at the moment in television.’
The Calm Compound, which is a range of mists and roll on’s with essential oils, are well-liked by Jesinta Campbell, Bec Judd, Pia Miller, Kate Richie and Megan Gale.
Bec Judd (left) loves the range of mists from The Calm Compound and Naomi Watts drinks The Beauty Chef wellness powders (right)
All of these products are ‘green’ by nature and don’t contain the chemicals and additives that regularly worshiped chemist brands do.
Chocolate Sun Faux Tan is enjoyed by Jessica Alba and Kirsten Davis, Kjaer Weis is used by Reese Witherspoon, Soapwalla is an ingenious find from Emma Watson and OSEA Malibu is a favourite of Kate Hudson, Halle Berry and Jessica Biel.
‘Clean beauty is so important for our health and wellbeing,’ Ms Norden continued.
Pia Miller (pictured) also uses the essential oils from Australian brand The Calm Compound
Another devotee! Jesinta Franklin keeps her skin in top shape by applying The Calm Compound
‘We don’t need to choose chemical-laden products when these high performing, sleek and innovative clean beauty products are available.
‘Clean beauty also represents more quality in terms of the ingredients that make up the product.
‘Less cheap and unnecessary fillers, they are often cruelty free and eco-friendly too, which more and more people are becoming aware of and demanding when it comes to beauty products they choose to buy.’
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‘Ditch the parabens, fragrance, triclosan, sulphates and aluminium and switch to formulas that contain vegetable powders, charcoal, and oils selected for their moisture absorbing and odour control qualities,’ Ms Norden explained.
‘Products used on a large surface of the body are a sensible and important swap,’ she said.
Body oils, Natural body creams and balms are much better alternatives.
‘Fragrance, silicones, chemical preservatives and some alcohols are just some of the ingredients to avoid in face creams as they are super irritating and can potentially affect our health,’ she detailed.
‘Products used on a large surface of the body are a sensible and important swap,’ Ms Norden said
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‘Perfumes can contain a myriad of various chemicals which are not necessarily labelled on the ingredient list so it can be tricky for the consumer to know what chemicals are actually in their perfume,’ she reiterated.
‘Avoid sythentic dyes, waxes, parabens and preservatives like BHA and BHT which have been linked to detrimental health affects,’ she said.
‘Choose plant oils, waxes and natural pigments which look and feel amazing.’
You can purchase these makeup and skincare products from Clean Beauty Market.