You Won't Believe What Margot Robbie Uses Instead Of Lip Balm To Keep Her Lips Hydrated

Margot Robbie has become one of the most famous actresses in Hollywood in recent years. Making her big-screen debut in 2013's "Wolf of Wall Street" opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, the Australian-born starlet has steadily built a dream-worthy career for herself. Starring in high-grossing films like "The Suicide Squad," "Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood," "I, Tonya," and "Bombshell," the 31-year-old has set herself apart from the pack with her impressive acting skills (via IMDb). Robbie has received two Academy Award nominations, three Golden Globe nominations, and four SAG Award nominations in the last few years alone, further proving her prowess (via IMDb).


In addition to being a talented movie star, Robbie is largely considered one of the most beautiful women in the business — and rightfully so. She always looks perfectly styled on every red carpet, and her sun-kissed skin and gorgeous blonde tresses are the source of serious admiration. Robbie revealed some of her most coveted beauty secrets during an interview with Elle, and she made quite an interesting statement regarding what she uses to keep her lips hydrated.

Though most people use lip balm to moisturize their lips, Robbie said she uses this unusual item instead.

Margot Robbie says she uses nipple cream instead of lip balm to keep her lips hydrated

When Margot Robbie was asked about her beauty routine, she divulged her secrets to Elle and made an interesting revelation in the process. Instead of using a traditional lip balm, the "Birds of Prey" star said she uses a specific brand of nipple cream to keep her lips hydrated. 


"For my lip balm, I use Bepanthen, which is actually a nipple cream for breastfeeding mothers or diaper rash cream for babies," she said (via Style Bistro). "I have a conspiracy theory that lip balms actually have additives in them to dry your lips out so you keep buying them. But because Bepanthen is just a cream for dry skin, it works. It's what I've used my whole life."

Robbie might be onto something, as certain lip balms have been known to contain ingredients that actually irritate and dry out your skin. And since she has a perfect pout, we're going to trust her advice on this one!