Millie Bobby Brown shares her quarantine skincare routine

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Millie Bobby Brown. 
Photo: Millie Bobby Brown/Instagram
Millie Bobby Brown. Photo: Millie Bobby Brown/Instagram

While social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic, Millie answered a series of beauty questions from fans alongside her sister in law, Rachel. The pair shared a pampering session in their pyjamas.

When asked what her favourite product is from her debut skincare line, Florence By Mills, Millie picked her Look Alive eye balm. 

She also teased new Florence By Mills products and says that she's always looking to adapt to the ever-changing beauty industry. 

During the video, she applies her brand's 16 Wishes Better Together peel-off mask to reset her skin and later uses the Dreamy Dew Moisturiser, lip oil and finishes off with her Zero Chill face mist.  

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Millie launched her cruelty-free beauty brand named after her great grandmother, Florence, in August 2019. 

Before its official launch, Millie said this beauty line is aimed at young people specifically because she's had the experience of being in a makeup chair as a young actress since the age of 10.

Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude

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