Kate Hudson shares clean beauty secrets and all about her new chemical-free collection

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The Hollywood actress has partnered with Juice Beauty to create her own chemical-free collection, and she's opened up about her decision to embrace products featuring more natural ingredients.

Kate explained in an interview with Forbes magazine that Karen Behnke, founder of Juice Beauty was instrumental in her entry to the beauty space: "After our first meeting, I immediately began detoxing my beauty shelf."

"When I began my clean beauty journey, I started by looking at the ingredients. I'm not an extremist. So I started with the basics, avoiding products with parabens and other toxic chemicals. I noticed better results on my skin."

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Kate started working with Karen, and the result is the Kate Hudson X Juice Beauty line with her first products, including the Revitalising Acacia, Rose Powder Mask and the Hydrating Radiance Concentrate.

She added of her love of face serums: "I change up my serums all the time, depending on what my body needs. In the summer, it's usually all about hydration and age defying."

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In the interview, Kate also shared her top beauty tips insisting the secret to looking good is to eat healthy and hydrate often.

Kate makes sure to use a good SPF in the summer months, while she also enjoys infrared sauna sessions, cold plunging, and dry body brushing.

The actress said her favourite facial sunscreen is Juice Beauty’s SPF 30 Tinted Mineral Moisturiser-BB, explaining: "I don't burn under the sun, but I'm vigilant about sun protection."

She also gave a nod to other products she loves, including Egyptian Magic Multipurpose Cream.

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