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Olivia Wilde’s Sustainable Nighttime Skincare Routine | Go To Bed With Me | Harper’s BAZAAR


– When you’re pregnant, people are like, “Don’t use any of the things you use “when you’re not pregnant
’cause it’s all poison.” And you’re like “What?” Only when you’re hosting a parasite can you treat yourself well? It just seems a little messed up. (upbeat music) So this is a special sustainability edition of Go To Bed With Me. Which is very exciting for me, because the company that I use on my skin is True Botanicals which is the most clean, sustainable, non-toxic company that I have ever
encountered and I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about that stuff. I also enjoy that the
packaging is sustainable. It’s this dark shaded glass, which keeps it preserved without putting a bunch of harsh preservatives
in the product itself. It’s something they learned from the old perfumeries of France. One thing I’ll also say
about True Botanicals is they are MADE SAFE certified. MADE SAFE is a third party
certification organization. They have really high standards, very few companies pass
their kind of check list of sustainability requirements. So I’m very excited to tell you about it, because it’s not only
sustainable but it works. So this is my basic night time routine. It’s not very extensive, it’s
not like a 75 step process. It’s really simple, and my skin is, it’s combination I feel like everybody’s skin is combination. It goes through different things based on stress and based on weather. So first things first, I
use the Nourishing Cleanser. Now I use the Clear Line. The Clear Line is based on fighting acne. I used to have really bad breakouts, like into my 20’s when everyone
else was done with breakouts I was still getting them and I was going to dermatologists and they were like, “You have to use this harsh chemical, “and this crazy peel,
and this crazy mask.” And I was like surely
that’s not a good idea. Now I will say, if you have a full face of makeup on you would use
the Pre Cleanse Oil first. Which you just put on your skin, massage it and then
follow with the cleanser. But right now I’m just gonna
go right into my cleanser. So one thing I should
mention about True Botanicals it smells so good. It’s like walking through a woodsy spa in Northern California
you’re just like ah what? You can get your face wet first, I kind of just bang it on there. And like who knows if
that’s the appropriate thing to do but who cares? This kinda to the ritualistic nature of the nighttime routine,
like you want something that smells good you don’t want something that smells like burning tires for the sake of beauty, like come on. If it smells like crazy
chemicals, it is crazy chemicals and you shouldn’t be
putting it on your face. Oh you know what I’m gonna do? (water running) I’m gonna put my hair up. Maybe something I usually do first. (water running and splashing) Oh. Super clean. (sighs) So, next step, is the Antioxidant Booster. So this stuff has something
called resveratrol which you find in apple peels. It’s what in the apple skin that keeps apples nice and moist. Often we just have to look to nature, how is nature figuring it out? And what you do, is you mix
it with this Repair Serum. You get to feel like a little chemist. And I was never good at chemistry. So this is my chance for redemption. You put it on your hand, not very much just like a little tiny bit. Then you add a few pumps of the Serum then you rub it together. And it turns into this yummy Serum. So you put it right on
your skin, and then, (sighs) again it just smells so good. Okay so this is the
Clear Pure Radiance Oil. The Pure Radiance Oil is everything. This is like the gateway drug. You start on this, you’re gonna be hooked on this entire line. It doesn’t make you super slippery, like it doesn’t just kinda slide off and you don’t feel all gross. It goes right in. (rubbing on skin) I put this stuff on during flights, like on airplanes and
people are always like– (sniffing) ‘Cause they’re like what
is that magical scent? Okay so you might be wondering, but Olivia, why would you
put oil on acne prone skin? That’s nuts, you’re crazy. A lot of creams, that seem super yummy and kind of moisturizing
are full of a filler. Some of them have wax in them, and they just sit on top of your skin. So for a minute you’re like, (sighs) I’m so dewy and fresh. But it’s not going in,
it’s not penetrating. The great thing about face
oils is they penetrate in, it really changed everything. And sometimes I’ll run out, and panic. And I’ll put on another moisturizer I have in my medicine cabinet and I’m like ooh. Its just not giving me what I want. So, I know it seems crazy but
this oil got rid of my acne. Next thing I’m gonna do is put on, this Overnight Mask. This stuff seals in the
moisture from the oil. It’s great, let me show ya. Well what you do, is you put it on top, and all the benefits you’re getting from that oil from the
Serum get locked in. And it’s really noticeable, like after about eight days of using this, you feel very very different. And this in the winter,
absolutely saved me. You know, these New York winters. I’ll mention too, the Antioxidant Booster if you do get acne you
make a super condensed version of it, I’m gonna
do this really quick ’cause this is valuable. You make a condensed version
of the Antioxidant Serum. So you do like a lot of the powder, and the Serum and I have this big whopper of a zit right here and I just put a condensed version of the powder on there and it’s gonna go away. My chin’s always my acne spot. I dunno what is that, hormones? Bad luck, bad karma? There ya go. Here is the Nutrient Mist. It’s very moisturizing, it smells amazing, and you can use this as
a makeup setter as well. So you can use this before
you put your makeup on, you use it to set your
makeup and then all day long. (spraying mist) You spritz it on. And I have never smelled anything that smelled this good in my life. It’s so good. This I also use on airplanes
and people are like what is happening? But at night as the last thing you do. (sighs) Oh it’s good. That’s good stuff. I feel like there’s a moment for everyone when they decide they
wanna change the game, they wanna change the way they’re living their life to maybe live it in a way that makes them feel a little bit more consistent with the world
they wanna create, right? And this happens I think as you get older you’re like what am I doing to contribute to the world I wanna see? And for me, being pregnant
was a huge eye opener for me. Because when you’re
pregnant people are like, “Oh be careful, don’t use
any of the things you use “when you’re not pregnant
’cause it’s all poison.” And you’re like “What?” It’s poison? Why was it okay when I
wasn’t carrying a baby? Like, only when you’re hosting a parasite can you treat yourself well? It just seems a little messed up. So I remember thinking surely if things are totally unsafe when you’re pregnant, they’re probably unsafe all the time and you are worth it
even without being a mom. You’re just worth taking
care of, you really are. So that’s when I started
really researching non-toxic skin care and non-toxic kind of everything that
I came into contact with. And yeah, it’s overwhelming. There’s a lot. And a lot of information
that can get confusing. But the great thing is
now there are products that work and are non-toxic. You don’t have to worry
that you’re sacrificing something you’re actually
getting everything you want and need out of your products while also contributing to
a more sustainable future, for yourself, for the planet, it’s just a little bit
of a way to participate in the good, the goodness. Really when you start thinking about what you’re putting on your skin, you think about what you’re
coming into contact with at all times including what
you’re putting in your mouth. Toothpaste is a big part of that. So I’m using Dr. Bronner’s. This is good stuff right. All the Dr. Bronner’s stuff is great. I love the soap that you read
when you’re in the shower, and it’s like you can
use it to wash dishes. And you’re like great, I might bring my dishes
in here, for efficiency. And the Humble Brush. Which is made of bamboo. Bamboo is the miracle plant. I learned how to brush
my teeth from Seinfeld. (brushing teeth) Which maybe ages me, I dunno. But there was an episode where Elaine learned to brush her teeth properly and they’re like brush out, brush out, brush out, circles, brush out. And I was like what? (water running) (swooshing water around her mouth) (spitting water out) Boom. You know, to make my
kids brush their teeth for more than two seconds
I make them pick a song and everyone has to brush their teeth for the length of a song. So I always try to think about it, it’s supposed to be a two minute process. My advice for anyone
who’s trying to lessen their impact on the
world in terms of waste or in terms of the
chemicals they’re pouring into the water system or in any other way, is baby steps. If you can do a meatless Monday, or maybe just meat Monday. Maybe you only eat meat once a week. You know we all know that’s a huge contributing factor to global warming. I think in terms of packaging, it’s all about packaging. Just pay attention to the
amount of plastic you use, especially with beauty products and everything in your bathroom. Just so much waste, so try to think about how to reuse bottles. There’s a lot of companies that allow you to send your bottles
back in to be refilled. Or you can take your soap back
to the store to get refilled. There’s just ways that
aren’t that complicated to lessen your impact. And then, research everything. There’s so much information now. Before the internet, we
didn’t know what to do. Now, you can really find every
bit of information you need. If you’re like, is there
a non-toxic toothpaste? Sure. Is there a skincare that
actually works for anti-aging? Yes. Is there a shampoo? I mean shampoos are a
big part of the toxicity that we’re putting into our bodies. It’s just possible to find an alternative. It’s not about sacrificing efficacy, there’s thing that work that’ll actually lessen your impact but I say the broader kind of philosophical note
the thing that helped me., was just baby steps. And don’t be hard on yourself. But just try, just take one step. Recycle your clothes. Buy vintage. I believe in reuse, I
believe in everything we use and have having a story. You know in the 1950’s
they had to teach people to throw things away? There was like a whole campaign, there were billboards that was like, “Just toss it.” If we had to teach
people to be so wasteful, we can teach ourselves
to be less wasteful. So it just takes a shift in perspective. Let’s just be better, in little tiny ways until
it’s a better world. Thank you so much for hanging out with me while I get ready for bed. I thought a lot about it, and I think it’s best for both of us if I just go alone so I’m
sorry if I led you on. So, thank you. Bye. (upbeat music)

100 thoughts on “Olivia Wilde’s Sustainable Nighttime Skincare Routine | Go To Bed With Me | Harper’s BAZAAR

  1. This is the most obvious product placement/infomercial video of the entire series. So disappointing 😔😔😔 like jeezz just show us the script, why don't you

  2. when she says 'chemicals that dermatologist recommend, id she referring to ahas and bhas?? because last time I checked, those are also natural from sugarcane, willowbark, fruit enzymes, etc. correct me if i'm wrong

  3. It drives me crazy when they do their routine with rings on. I can’t even pay attention to what she did besides try to sell this brand
    Why is she spraying her face after applying oil and a night mask

  4. Lol I ate fruit loops and put body lotion on my face and I felt soooo frickin taking care of and "worth it" throughout my whole pregnancy. Before that I used lush products for my skin and also still felt "worth it". I find that it's a real shame to capitalize on something that is such a miracle for so many people by saying babies are parasites. Opinions are opinions, but you dont get this mom on your side by making a joke about your kids being parasites.

  5. Might work for some but this brand has disappointed me so much – it was like putting nothing at all on skin and that’s a shame for its price

  6. Always this natural crap, chemical stuff is also natural where else would we get it from? Fucking narnia?! God ugh

  7. I do not want to sound mean, but I have tried almost everything from this line and I felt it was too overpriced and I haven’t really see any results. The mask Olivia mentioned did not feel moisturizing and just sat on top of the skin without doing anything. Face wash nothing special, and on my opinion it did not smell as great as Olivia described, it also would stain your eyes if it go near your eye area, so I was surprised she was be able to use it the way she did. I also tried serums from both their lines and for 140$ I did not feel it performed as some other brands do. Sorry for such negative review but this brand did not worth the money on my opinion.

  8. Everyone needs to calm the hell down. Olivia Wilde has been passionate about sustainability and natural products for a while. She found True Botanicals and loved the brand based on her wants and needs (just like all of you and the products you use every day). If you found a brand that you loved, do you mean to tell me you wouldn’t shout it from the mountain tops! It seriously is an amazing brand, but super spendy. If I could afford it, I would buy everything she just mentioned. Go outside, take a breath of fresh air, life is too short to be a hater. ✌🏻

  9. Can Harper's Bazaar make a video from a dermatologist to explain what is a harsh chemical on beauty products because so many people are still confused and think that the fact that water is a chemical will save them and the planet. In France we have an app, yuka, that explains this a little and you can find if it's high risk or moderate and why, and the sources etc.

  10. I love this. It's funny that nobody questions the fact that if the products aren't safe for you to use during pregnancy, maybe they aren't safe for you at all?

  11. People shouldn't be so quick to judge and so critical – these products really are legitimetly great, I've only heard positive things about them and have one of their oils myself which I love. There's nothing wrong with wanting to use organic, sustainable products .

  12. Then all of ur tons of jewelrys are vintage too?
    and you like "non-toxic things" but you have a nice bleached hair. Impressive.

  13. I do love her but show that lady drunk elephant and she’s outta there and a retired ambassador for that company…

  14. "iF iT sMeLlS liKe CrAzY cHeMiCaLs, It Is CrAzY cHeMiCaLs AnD yOu ShOuLdNt PuT iT oN yOuR fAcE"

    Everything is a chemical you buffoon, why do you think those products "sMeLl So GoOd"???

    The level of arrogance it takes to be so certain about a something you know literally nothing about, what is it with these celebs, so ignorant and still so conceited.

  15. If I had no idea about skincare she could have actually been able to convince me she knows what she is talking about..

  16. Her talk about chemicals is misleading, everything on earth is made up of chemicals, just like her "natural" products… and What she said about the oils made me cringe. It's actually the opposite of true. Oils don't hydrate, moisturizers do. Oils sit on top of the skin and soften it, any hydration is temporary. And the fact that she's putting other lighter liquids on top of the oil is nervewracking, they're being wasted because they can't get past that barrier. Put your oils on last, after moisturizer, please.

  17. I'm a long time Olivia Wilde fan and her skin is totally flawless but this was so patronizing, girl! Also I love vitamin c and retinol, there are tons of studies on these and retinol has been around for years.

  18. Unless you are eating fluoridated toothpaste it is not toxic. Also if you are sensitive to SLS it will not kill you either.

  19. I do love these videos BUT the high prices of some of these skincare products doesn't make many viewers want to buy them. We watch to gather tips, possible product ideas, and to see some of our favorite actresses and influencers. Yet when they're only talking about one brand and not making any sense… No.

  20. You know, for someone how repeatedly says "Research everything!", she sounds pretty uninformed on both skincare and sustainability.

  21. I love how she said “dermatologists said this, but SURELY that’s not a good idea” as if dermatologists (emphasis on the implication that she saw multiple and they all suggested these things) wouldn’t know what is and isn’t safe to put on the skin

  22. The fragrance in these products + the fact that she didn’t properly remove her makeup are way worse than any “crazy chemicals” in dermatologist-recommended products

  23. Wow, it’s the exact opposite of what she’s saying abt the face oils vs creams. Creams usually have ingredients that penetrate into the skin, whereas oils sit on top of the skin and soften the top layer…. she really is just saying random shit huh :/

  24. Listen you can do whatever the hell you want to yourself but it’s annoying af when you go on a platform and start spreading bullshit that’s not backed by any reputable sources

  25. Olivia found this brand and liked it so much she wanted to be the face of the brand, good for her. She wants a clean beauty routine (the company is very clean when compared to the standards in the beauty industry). These are all her decisions and its her life and her right to choose what she wants to use and what works for her. STOP ATTACKING HER CHOICES. all these commenters are so angry and self righteous

  26. As a skincare professional, I can’t handle this series 🤦🏼‍♀️ I almost screamed when she brought up the face oils. Facial oils do not penetrate the skin. Oils sit on top of your skin.

  27. I agree that all the stuff she said and did makes you cringe but I mean of her skin looks good it looks good. So letting her know it's not good won't make her skin bad all of the sudden 😂

  28. You should brush your teeth first and then go through your skin routine. You just rinsed off the products around the mouth area.

  29. hosting a parasite. that pretty much sums up pregnancy. just hope her baby has a good sense of humor when he/she eventually sees this in the distant future. "im a parasite huh mom, thanks :')"

  30. This is bull shit. She wants to do good for her skin but it all has fragrance. And if products can get through her little third party certification process with fragrance then that’s shit too. Fragrance is the most sensitizing ingredient used in skin care. Smell does nothing but cause problems in the skin. Very uninformative.

    I literally had to edit my comment bc I kept watching and it got worse! And oils do not penetrate the skin. Oil molecules are too large to penetrate. The thing about the Apple?? Your not an apple so why would u look to nature? How about look to science we know what the skin needs, talk to a dermatologist. Skincare is not toxic ever so u don’t have to worry. And u want preservatives or you will get bacteria in your products!

  31. OW: "I went to these dermatologists who gave me the best advice their twelve years of education, research, and evidence told them to give me, and I was like, you guys are idiots and I know more than you!"
    Also OW: "I was never good at chemistry."

  32. Cool. Only use “nontoxic” skincare but still inject your face with neurotoxins. Her Botox is obvious. She is full of crap.

  33. I am a med-student. So, when in pregnancy, the woman is in a natural immunological depression state and she needs to avoid any pathogen which can be virus or bacteria to not transmit to the undeveloped fetus. And about the oils: oils do not absorb or hydrate the skin, instead water based solutions do. The oil gives just a sealing effect, and therefore has to be applied as the last in a skin routine.

  34. Olivia really inspires me to care much more about enviroment. But, here where I live, Brazil doesn't have all about sustaineble stuff so easily

  35. She's talking like she knows a lot about skincare but didn't even double cleanse, didn't use a toner and sprayed the mist last

  36. EVERYTHING IS A CHEMICAL!!! What the hell is going on with all these celebs saying natural is better and everything else is tOxIC?! The only thing that's toxic is spreading such false information on the internet. It's very sad to think about all the people that will believe this bullshit. Naaw girl I expected more from you.

  37. shes is so hard on her skin with her application. the pulling and tugging and the downward tug on her face is creating that line and the skin around her eyes.

  38. These products by True Botanicals are awful. They have essential oils in them like lavender oil which is highly irritating. Also that oil she's using from True Botanicals, that's not a moisturizer. Oils sit on top of the skin, they do not penetrate deeply what so ever. Natural does not mean that it's good for the skin. I tend to dislike natural products, especially in the absence of preservatives. Chemicals are not bad and synthetic products actually tend to be safer. I would recommend using skincare from brands such as CeraVe, as they are fragrance-free and utilize the usage of hyaluronic acid and ceramides to be specific. I myself also tend to love the fragrance-free products from La Roche-Posay.

  39. Cant even count the amount of scientifically wrong things that were said here. Yet another celebrity talking out of their arse about "clean" beauty

  40. Wow ppl hating hard on her just because she is into natural products….. if she would use the „ normal " shit u would not say one single word . She has a green mindset …that’s cool. U keep hating ….. tsssssss

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