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Tuesday 1 September 2015

Emma Stone loves facial oils

Published 09/03/2013

Emma Stone
Emma Stone

Emma Stone says facial oils are a vital part of her beauty routine as without them her face would be frozen.

The actress shared the secrets to her flawless and natural-looking complexion.

Emma says she has super sensitive skin that is prone to being dry.

"My skin is chronically dry, so when I'm travelling I take Argan oil with me. I have to put oils on my skin because it feels like I can't move my face if I don't!" Emma revealed to the British edition of InStyle.

The pretty star says she is also cursed with allergies that affect her beauty regime. Emma has to be careful with products as picking the wrong kind can cause her skin to react.

"As I'm allergic to a lot of fragrances, I go for gentle natural skincare, like coconut, Argan and olive oils," she continued. "I also have a sensitivity to glycerine, which is in almost every skincare product, although it's fine in make-up because my moisturiser acts as a barrier."

Emma has recently landed a role as the face of beauty brand Revlon. The style icon shared which of the cosmetics company's items she uses on herself.

"I love Revlon's Nearly Naked make-up. It's light so my freckles show through. I also adore Revlon's Colorburst Lip Butter in Red Velvet - a lovely deep shade," she explained. "To cleanse my face, I keep it simple with Cetaphil's Gentle Skin Cleanser."

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