Naomi Watts, one of the cast members of Netflix's The Watcher, recently appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show to promote her new skincare line/brand, Stripes. When she decided to launch her own skincare line as a menopausal beauty brand, she partnered with Amyris, a biotech company that also purchased ONDA Beauty in 2022.
Just three weeks after Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan's Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story premiered on Netflix and became a smash hit, the duo has recently released The Watcher, their latest true-crime thriller.
The series is based on a true event and follows married couple Dean (Bobby Cannavale) and Nora Brannock (Naomi Watts) as they buy their dream home in Westfield, New Jersey. Soon after meeting their peculiar neighbors (Mia Farrow, Terry Kinney, Richard Kind, and Margo Martindale), the couple begins receiving terrifying messages from someone known as The Watcher. The stalker begins to torture Dean, Nora, and their children through the letters.
While the family members of the serial killer's victims criticized the Jeffrey Dahmer limited series for their lack of involvement in the project, the cast of The Watcher stated that they are unconcerned about their short series receiving the same criticism.
However, the cast of the show has received a lot of attention since the series aired on Netflix on October 13th. Therefore, Naomi Watts is one of them. Meanwhile, the actress recently appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show to promote her new skincare brand, Stripes, where she revealed her skincare line to Barrymore and emphasized the products, which are designed for women through perimenopause and menopause. As a result, many people have been interested in her beauty products and wanted to know more about her skincare line.
Previously, we touched on Jennifer Coolidge's accent, weight loss, and pregnancy.
Naomi Watts Is the Chief Creative Officer of the Beauty Skincare Brand, Stripes: The Skincare Line Is All Set to Be Launched on October 13; ONDA Beauty & 2022 Update!
Naomi Watts's (@naomiwatts) beauty brand, Stripes, which is all set to be launched on October 18, isn't her first venture into the beauty industry. In 2014, the actress cofounded the shop ONDA Beauty. When she chose to establish her own skincare line as a menopausal beauty brand, she teamed up with Amyris, a biotech business that also purchased Onda in early 2022.
Her skincare line Stripes collection includes a cooling face mist, thickening scalp treatment, moisturizing v*ginal gel, probiotic supplements, and body oils. Almost all of the products include ectoine, a bacteria-derived substance that is supposed to protect cellular function and fight dry skin. Another important element is squalene, a sugarcane-derived substance featured in several of Amyris' beauty goods. Vitamins, edelweiss extract, and magnesium, which are connected to body temperature regulation, are all included in Stripes' compositions.
Similarly, her skincare line products are sold in glass containers that may be refilled. The initial collection will contain 11 products priced between $40 and $85 and will be available at Onda Beauty, Amazon, and the brand's website.
Similarly, Watts has immersed herself in the realm of beauty, spending the larger part of the last four years working on the clean beauty platform ONDA, which she co-founded in 2016 with Larissa Thomson and Sarah Bryden-Brown. Likely, she has also developed a location for all of the skin line products she believes are safe to use in our beauty routines. In an interview with Coveteur, the 54-year-old shared,
Having great skin is always my priority. Because it’s a moving thing, isn’t it? It’s a flow. It’s a ripple. It’s not always perfect. The skin reflects how you are on the inside. If you’re not getting enough sleep, or if you’re traveling, or if you’re stressed, or you’re not eating right, it all comes out on the skin. I notice instantly if something’s upset with my body.
Naomi didn't back off from her routine just because she wasn't seeing a lot of people during the pandemic in 2020. Meanwhile, she said that she didn't take her skincare routine for granted during the pandemic days. In fact, in an interview with W Magazine, she stated,
We’re not being seen, except for the odd Zoom meeting, so it’s very easy to let things like sanity, beauty, and fashion fall by the wayside. However, it’s important to point out that with my skin, if I don’t stay regimented, the cracks begin to form, I don’t want to leave myself with an insurmountable amount of problems once we’re out of lockdown.
Meanwhile, The Watcher cast also confessed to Byrdie that she does not always cleanse in the morning just if she has just worked out and is about to take a shower. She explained.
In the morning, I moisturize with a cream, serum, and a face mist. I love Dr. Alkaitis Organic Day Cream mixed with Vintner’s Daughter’s Botanical Serum. First, I mist with Tammy Fender’s Bulgarian Rose Water to open up my skin. I love roses, and it's very calming for the skin. It also preps my skin to receive the serum and cream more effectively. I place a few drops of the oil into my hand with the cream and combine them as a hydration boost.
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