Since she first graced our screens as Hermione on Harry Potter, Emma Watson has been our #1 girl crush. Not only is she incredibly talented and beautiful, but the girl is also the real deal. A fierce advocate for human rights and a political figure in her own right, Emma Watson is a true #GirlBoss.
A champion of sustainable fashion and beauty, Watson recently took to Instagram to talk about some of her favourite sustainable brands. The Instagram post talked about Watson’s Beauty and the Beast press tour essentials. What really caught our eye was the fact that she mentioned an Australian beauty brand that we are already big fans of.
Watson gave a shout out to Sukin’s Hydrating Mist Toner ($10), explaining that is one of the best ethical beauty products on the market right now. “Sukin are an Australian brand committed to offsetting their carbon emissions through a clean energy biomass project in India,” she wrote.
An award-winning product, the face mist combines the best natural ingredients to create a formula that is both effective and gentle. “Our alcohol-free, Hydrating Mist Toner combines Chamomile and Rosewater to help soothe, purify and cool tired skin,” the Sukin website reads. “It can be used after cleansing, after make-up application or any time your skin is feeling tired, stressed or overheated. Perfect for hot days.”
Completed our final day of press in London for @beautyandthebeast, what an incredibly kind reception. Not long now until the film is released into the world! 🌹❤️🇬🇧 Today’s look was a bespoke @31philliplim outfit, made from responsibly-sourced FSC (Forest Stewardship Certified) viscose, and Oeko-Tex 100 certified biodegradable acetate yarn. @pichulikafrica earrings, handcrafted in Cape Town using locally manufactured rope re-purposed from off-cuts or overruns from the yachting and climbing industry. @burberry pumps handmade in Italy with organic silk #30wears Fashion info validated by @ecoage #ecoloves Skin prepped with @balancemebeauty Restore 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. @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. Beauty brands verified by @contentbeauty