Olivia Wilde Proves 'Sustainability Is Sexy' By Baring All For A True Botanicals Campaign: See The Sultry Shots!
Girl gone Wilde! To celebrate the five-year anniversary of Olivia Wilde's partnership with True Botanicals, the actress stripped down to her birthday suit for a sexy campaign.
Shot by Guy Aroche, the photos depict "the unexpected duality of a safe, sustainable skincare brand that’s equally sensual and luxurious," the brand states.
Keep scrolling to see the star working the camera!
"I think that there is this impression that responsibility and sustainability are inherently rational and boring. But True Botanicals products are so sumptuous, decadent and luxurious, they’re proof that clean and safe skincare can be an indulgence," the House alum explained of what inspired the photos. "I wanted to capture and show that sustainability is sexy."
"I'm in my late 30s, have had two babies, and I feel more confident in my own skin than ever," the Booksmart director noted. "My body has done so much for me and gotten me this far, and so why wouldn't I spoil myself with this luxurious skincare that's also good for me and the planet?"
"Five years ago, Olivia joined forces with True Botanicals on our mission to prove that safe, sustainable skincare can be equally luxurious and effective," the company's founder Hillary Peterson stated. "With this campaign, we continue to redefine luxury in the beauty industry with imagery that defies expectations of a natural brand."
Wilde shared some of the photos on social media, simply captioning the post, "Feel yourself."
In her Instagram Story, she quipped of the risqué photoshoot, "Clean beauty can be dirty too."
According to a press release, True Botanicals "was the first beauty brand in the world to have every single ingredient and sub-ingredient MADE SAFE certified, one of the most rigorous safety certifications for environmental health."
The collection of products are made with organic, "wild-harvested and regenerative-farmed plant-actives," and they trace all of their ingredients back to their origins to ensure that "their cultivation and production are sustainable for the local community as well as the environment."
True Botanicals products are also vegan, cruelty-free and packaged using recyclable materials. To check out the collection, click here.