SO WHAT DO YOU DO, OLIVIA WILDE? The ac­tress’s self-care tips

THE AC­TRESS-TURNED-DI­REC­TOR ISN’T SHY ABOUT

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tak­ing a stand. She has marched for women’s rights, spo­ken out about gun vi­o­lence, and been a vo­cal sup­porter of the Time’s Up move­ment. Now she is ad­vo­cat­ing for stricter rules and bans on po­ten­tially harm­ful in­gre­di­ents in the per­sonal-care in­dus­try. Un­til then, she says, “it’s up to us to reg­u­late the in­gre­di­ents we’re putting on our skin.” As chief brand ac­tivist for True Botan­i­cals, a line of plant-in­fused skin elixirs, Wilde is spread­ing the word that clean prod­ucts are not just pleas­ant but also ef­fec­tive. “When I was preg­nant, ev­ery­one was telling me to be care­ful about what I put in, on, and around my body,” she says. “It made me think, ‘ Why aren’t we al­ways this good to our­selves?’” These well­ness habits helped her go green and get a lit­tle more zen.

“When heir­loom toma­toes are in sea­son, I driz­zle olive oil on top and add salt for a snack.”

BREATHE IN “I find my­self turn­ing to aro­mather­apy when I need a re­set,” says Wilde, who rolls on this frank­in­cense-based blend to quiet her mind. “It al­lows me to cen­ter my­self, re­gard­less of the sur­round­ing chaos.” True Botan­i­cals Stress Re­lief, $36; true­b­otan­i­cals.com. WORK OUT THE KINKS “I get stiff mus­cles when I’m stressed out. Cbd-in­fused body lo­tions are great for eas­ing the pain. And the mas­sages at Golden Door spa [in San Mar­cos, Calif.] are heaven.” Lord Jones High CBD Pain & Well­ness For­mula Body Lo­tion, $50; lord­jones.com.KEEP IT LIGHTTo help bring out the blond tones in her hair, Wilde makes her own salt spray with wa­ter and le­mon juice. “I spritz it on my kids’ hair too, even though they al­ready have nat­u­ral high­lights I would kill for!”

SHOP SMALL “I have such love for Brook­lyn-based ar­ti­sans, and the Brook­lyn Flea [market] is a won­der­ful place to con­nect,” says Wilde, who shops there for lo­cally made can­dles and food.

Wilde does strength train­ing at the Tracy Anderson stu­dio in Los An­ge­les.

“For years I’ve searched for some­thing that would clear up my skin but also leave it mois­tur­ized. This oil does. I ap­ply it ev­ery morn­ing af­ter cleans­ing. It ab­sorbs so quickly, you can put makeup on right af­ter.” True Botan­i­cals Clear Pure Ra­di­ance Oil ($110) and Hy­drat­ing Cleanser ($48); true­b­otan­i­cals.com. BE GEN­TLE

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