Emma Watson, the star of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, recently shared her personal beauty regimen with Into the Gloss. Watson shared that she bathes every single day, sometimes as many times as three times a day. She says that at times she adds Epsom salts and oils to her bath water, but that her favorite thing to do is have a C.O. Bigelow Apothecary Cold and Flu soak. She says that the eucalyptus and peppermint in the soak is the best thing in the world if you are sick. Watson adds that it clears the sinuses and leaves you feeling very clean, reports the Huffington Post.
The Beauty and the Beast star also recommended Lola’s Apothecary, which is a milk bath with rose petals. She also shared that she bleaches her top lip and tweezes her own eyebrows. Then Emma Watson shared something that raised a lot of eyebrows.
Because she worries about getting too beastly in her private region, Watson shared that she conditions her pubic hair. She explained that she uses Fur Oil on her private area. She added that she also uses Fur Oil on her eyebrows and the ends of her hair. She states the Fur Oil is an amazing product, according to Perezhilton.com.
Fur Oil is made by Fur and it is used to soften pubic hair and cleanse pores so there are fewer ingrown hairs. Fur Oil is applied liberally on clean skin and pubic hair. It is recommended that it be used after bathing. It can be used daily.
Besides taking her beauty regimen serious, Emma Watson is also an outspoken feminist. She is a UN ambassador and a passionate speaker for feminist issues. She runs the HeForShe campaign. The campaign encourages men to play an active role in reducing the gender gap.
Emma Watson shot to fame after she starred in Harry Potter as Hermione Granger. She has always been dedicated to being a good role model to young girls around the globe. She recently stated that she hopes that Belle from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast will be a good role model too, reports The Mirror.
Emma Watson says that Belle is the kind of woman that she would choose to embody as her role model. She says that she loves Belle’s outsider quality and the fact that Belle has an empowering defiance” of what others expect from her. Beauty and the Beast will hit theaters on March 17.
By Tammy Marie Rose