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Frozen star Kristen Bell stays out of the sun

Published 29/03/2016

Kristen Bell
Kristen Bell

Kristen Bell is addicted to dry shampoo.

Actress Kristen Bell wears sunscreen everyday in a bid to avoid liver spots.

The 35-year-old never looks anything but glowing on the red carpet, with perfect skin at all times, and despite being a busy working mum-of-two, the Veronica Mars star still finds time to stick to her skincare regime, which doesn't just apply to her face.

"I use these sticks every day," she told Allure magazine referring to Neutrogena's Ultra Sheer Face and Body Stick Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 70. "They're in every one of my purses, and I reapply on my hands when I'm sitting in traffic and the windshield sun is blazing on my hands. I'm not yet in the mood for liver spots."

As for her face, Kristen swears by her Clarisonic Mia 2 Cleansing Brush as part of her regular routine.

"After my kids have gone to sleep, when I wash my face, it's such a meditative experience for me," she explained. "I really, genuinely look forward to it, and I use this brush."

The star uses the product alongside Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser as she can really see the results on her cotton pads.

"It's good at getting all the grime, not just make-up," she said. "Living in Southern California, there's a lot of smog. This cleans my pores really well."

As well as discussing her favourite toiletries, Kristen also revealed some of her favourite haircare products, with Klorane Dry Shampoo With Oat Milk at the top of her list.

"Dry shampoo is my hair drug of choice," she confessed. "It's the thing that takes all the excess oil out, and it's the perfect mix of making your hair feel clean and dirty. When you have thin, blonde hair, having it feel dirty is kind of important for texture. Otherwise, it's just thin and slippery."

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