The australian actress suffered the makeup and heavy lights while filming for hours, the tv show.
Naomi Watts felt “miserable” after developing rosacea chronic skin, while working on his series Gypsy Netflix.
The actress, 51, told the british magazine The Sunday Times Style, apply makeup on “two or three times a day, and spend hours under hot lights” while working in the program, it led to contracting the condition, which results in redness, pimples, swelling and small blood vessels and superficial dilated in the face.
“A few years ago, in 2016, while working 16 hour days on Gypsy, had to apply makeup two or three times a day, and spend hours under hot lights,” he said. “Really suffered from rosacea. I was making life impossible. My skin just said ‘leave me alone’”.
The actress of King Kong, said his struggles inspired her to become the latest celebrity to take advantage of the growing market of “beauty clean”, when he launched the Wave, a range of natural and organic products that launched with the former director of the market of fashion for Conde Nast, Larissa Thomson, and the former editor of the magazine, Sarah Bryden-Brown.
According to Naomi, decided to co-founding the brand after that “removed the products chemically driven of my beauty regime”, and has gained a cult following, with his partner actress Gwyneth Paltrow, who founded the lifestyle brand Goop, “very supportive” with her friend and colleague.