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Thursday 26 May 2016

Jordana Brewster’s beauty recipes

Published 28/07/2014

Jordana Brewster
Jordana Brewster

Jordana Brewster has shared her DIY beauty tips.

The 34-year-old actress often goes for a natural look when in the spotlight, highlighting her gorgeous olive skin. One of the reasons she is never caught with a blemish could be thanks to her method of using a kitchen staple on any suspected spots before they get worse.

"It sounds so odd, but when I feel a zit coming on, I dab it with white-wine vinegar and leave it on overnight," she revealed to Refinery29. "I also love Dr. Hauschka's Bronzing Tint. I haven't yet found an all-natural self-tanner, so I mix the concentrate with Cane and Austin sunscreen."

Jordana is also an advocate of using natural skincare options. She listed just a few of the items she can't get enough of and which give wonderful results

"Right now, I am obsessed with Ren. The products don't have a lot of perfumes or additives, and the moisturisers and serums work really well on my skin," she added. "I also love their rose oil."

Jordana welcomed her son Julian via surrogate in September last year. Since becoming a mom the brunette beauty applies her natural approach to looking after herself while taking care of the tot as well.

"I can't protect him from everything out there, but I do my best. I use bamboo diapers, which are biodegradable and all-natural," Jordana smiled. "I also received a lot of help from Maia James, the co-founder of Gimme the Good Stuff. She helped me find cribs and mattresses that were nontoxic. Now that Julian can stand up and gnaws on his crib, I'm very grateful we went natural. It brings me peace of mind."

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