How does 28-year-old Margot Robbie stay healthy inside and out? We look at the Australian beauty’s fitness, skincare, makeup and wellness routine and philosophy.
Her skincare routine is surprisingly simple
“For moisturisers, I love the La Prairie moisturiser and their eye cream is great too,” Margot revealed in an interview with Marie Claire. “Iâ€™m not a big fan of serums as my skin can be quite sensitive and sometimes it reacts to them but I do love facial mists,â€ť she adds.
She doesn’t follow a strict exercise regime
“If I have the time, I like dance classes; it doesnâ€™t feel like exercise to me. Or just playing sports with friendsâ€ť, she told Harperâ€™s Bazaar. â€śSometimes I play tennis, even though Iâ€™m not that good. If Iâ€™m in L.A., I go see Andie Hecker. She used to be a ballerina, and she incorporates ballet techniques with a Pilates machine with weights.â€ť
She uses an unusual foundation brush
â€śWhen I put on foundation, I use an eyebrow brush or toothbrush to brush it into my hairline so that it all blends,” Margot told Elle. â€śEspecially because I have blonde hair but tanned skin, if I donâ€™t blend it, it looks gross â€• you can see the foundation in my hair.â€ť She admits that she actually prefers not to wear heavy makeup, saying: “Iâ€™ll happily just go to dinner wearing tinted moisturiser.”
She detoxes daily
Margot starts every morning with what she calls “green stuffâ€ť – and what the rest of us call a green health drink. The 27-year-old describes her go-to drink as â€śan immune-boosting powder that you mix in with a bit of juice.â€ť
She values sleep as part of her wellbeing routine
â€śIâ€™ve got eye masks and sleep music and melatonin and lots of soothing scents. I do everything possible to try to sleep betterâ€ť, she explains. â€śI canâ€™t go home and fall straight asleep; it takes a long time to switch my brain off.â€ť