Emma Watson poses upon arrival at the UK launch of the film "Beauty and the Beast" in London on February 23, 2017. PICTURE: Ben Stansall / AFP
She’s fiercely protective of her privacy and refuses to take selfies with fans.
But it seems Emma Watson is less precious when it comes to discussing her rather personal grooming regime. The Harry Potter star has revealed she has a special oil, which she uses for different parts of her body from her eyebrows to much more intimate areas.
The actress’s bizarre beauty regime also includes bathing three times a day and bleaching her top lip, something she has been doing since she was a child. The 26 year old said: ‘I use Fur Oil. I’ll use that anywhere from the ends of my hair to my eyebrows to my pubic hair. It’s an amazing all-purpose product.’
The cosmetic is a blend of natural oils containing, among other things, vitamins A and E which soften and condition hair. The oil, which can be used on the face and body, also claims to prevent ingrown hairs and reduce inflammation. The Beauty And The Beast star admitted she has an obsession with baths and likes to indulge in up to three a day. Speaking to US beauty website Into The Gloss, she said: ‘I have a bath every single day of my life. And if I can have two or three – amazing.
‘Nothing terrible is going to happen in the bath, so I always find time for that. I’ll take phone conversations in the bath, anything.’ And the actress, whose feminist credentials have been called into question after she posed almost topless in Vanity Fair, revealed that more goes into her natural look than meets the eye. She said: ‘I bleach my top lip and tweezer my eyebrows… I’ve been bleaching my top lip since I was nine.’
Another unusual beauty choice is the actress’s brand of deodorant, Soapwalla’s Deodorant. It is a cream, so instead of spraying it or rolling it on, it has to be applied with your hands. Miss Watson said: ‘I always end up getting it on my clothes. But that one really works. ‘If you need a 100 per cent natural deodorant that you can rely on, it really does the job. You might just get it all over yourself.’
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