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Margot Robbie’s nipple cream saviour

Published 28/08/2016

Margot Robbie
Margot Robbie

Australian star Margot Robbie has an unusual beauty buy that keeps her lips soft and supple.

Margot Robbie keeps a stash of nipple cream in her beauty bag.

The Suicide Squad actress may not have a baby, but she still loves to use budget buy Bepanthen Ointment – a cream for breastfeeding mums’ sore bits - as a lip balm.

“I’ve used it my whole life,” she smiled to Britain’s Elle magazine.

Margot, who was recently tapped as the face of Calvin Klein's fragrance Deep Euphoria, happily spilled her beauty secrets during her chat with the magazine. Now fronting the latest offering in the Euphoria perfume range, she joked that she didn’t always understand the perfume world.

“The first fragrance I owned only said ‘eau de toilette’ on the bottle so I thought my mum had given me toilet spray. Now I’m much more clued up and wear Calvin Klein Deep Euphoria,” she laughed.

As the star of two of the summer’s biggest films, The Legend of Tarzan and the DC Comics superhero movie Suicide Squad, the Australian actress’ make-up bag reflects her hectic lifestyle. Margot can usually be found travelling the world filming or attending glamorous premieres, so keeping her skin looking good is a priority.

“(I carry) Max Complexion Correction Pads by Peter Thomas Roth because I’m on a plane every five seconds and I can’t wash my face. I hate that feeling but then I use these pads and my skin feels really good,” she shared. “Also, Caudalie Beauty Elixir which smells great.”

The 26-year-old also explains how she avoids eating dairy as it makes her skin prone to breakouts.

“If my skin is really bad, I try to cut down but I pretend cheese isn’t dairy because I’ll never accept that I can’t eat it,” she grinned.

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