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Stars typically have an army of makeup artists to attend to all their primping needs, so they can sit back and get pretty. Not Drew Barrymore. The actress, who launched cosmetics line Flower Beauty in 2013, takes a more active role. In a recent Instagram confession, the actress revealed that she’s a total product junkie—and a clean-ingredient convert (despite her own line not being the most non-toxic).

It seems like she is all about the at-home self-care —she even takes face-mask selfies like everyone else does. And how about the #shelfie below? You can spot lots of natural skin-care items amid her countless serums and moisturizers.

I am a beauty junkie. A lover of all things beauty. This is my first of #beautyjunkieweek

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“You should see all my drawers and boxes and years of research,” Barrymore writes on her Instagram. “I love all the tools to be the best you. Not you 10 years ago and not being worried about 10 years from now. All your beauty and hard-earned wisdom should be worn on your face like an elegant medal.”

Sounds like the star knows how to rock her true radiance while treating her skin well with non-toxic ingredients. Wise indeed.

“And maybe a little eye cream and some highlighter chubbies never hurt,” she adds. But of course.

Keep reading to see Barrymore’s clean beauty essentials.

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Photo: Weleda
Photo: Weleda

Weleda Wild Rose Pampering Body Lotion, $17

Barrymore’s a fan of the European brand that uses ingredients grown using biodynamic farming methods.

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Photo: M-61
Photo: M-61

M-61 Power Glow Peel Facial Peels, $28

“[These are] great disposable pads with acid to clean the skin,” says Barrymore, who uses the peels twice a week. “Put this on fresh skin to truly get deep and clean. So easy!”

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Photo: Tata Harper
Photo: Tata Harper

Tata Harper Boosted Contouring Serum, $195

The actress uses the OG of the natural beauty world’s star anti-aging serum for ultra-hydration.

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Photo: Shea Moisture
Photo: Shea Moisture

Shea Moisture Baby Healing Lotion, $6

Hello, multitasking. Barrymore uses favorite moisturizer as a gentle cream for her kids, too.

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Photo: Earth Tu Face
Photo: Earth Tu Face

Earth Tu Face Hydrate + Repair Balm, $68

This indie brand’s anti-inflammatory balm is Barrymore’s secret moisturizing power player.

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Photo: Dr. Bronner’s

Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint Pure Castile Soap, $18

“I defy you to find a better ‘all-in-one,'” says Barrymore. “My dad used this to wash his clothes, brush his teeth—it has many functions.” She even dubs it as a “miracle natural product.” If you’ve ever used it, you’ll undoubtedly agree with her.

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Photo: Babo Botanicals
Photo: Babo Botanicals

Babo Botanicals Swim & Sport Shampoo & Wash, $15

Barrymore has Babo products lining her bathtub, thanks to a recommendation from a friend: “I have been devoted to this brand as a parent ever since.”

If you’re looking to clean up your beauty regimen, these are the 3 most important skin care swaps to make first. And here’s why your hair might not be as healthy as you think (hint: it’s all about your products).
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