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Kristen Bell Is New Face Of Neutrogena Naturals, Just Hold The Natural

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I’m sorry but it’s just undeniable, Kristen Bell really is adorable, I mean— look at that face!

Looks aside though, she is also a great eco-role model. As a vegetarian (PETA named her one of their sexiest), she also dedicated her 30th birthday to Charity: Water, supports sustainable materials, and now she is the new face behind Neutrogena Naturals, a line of “natural” skincare products.

The new line will offer a body bar soap, lip balm, pore scrub, and two facial cleansers. As a longtime advocate of green living, the Burlesque co-star said, “I am thrilled to be the new face of Neutrogena Naturals because this naturals line really speaks to me.”

Bell then added, “As someone who uses a lot of natural product, it is exciting that Neutrogena is introducing a naturals line that not only works, is enjoyable to use, but also doesn’t contain any dyes, chemical sulfates, parabens or petrochemicals.”

Or does it?

As Vegetarian Star discovered, that word “natural” is a bit suspect, as the products do all contain ingredients found in nature (like Peruvian Tara Seed, avocado, olive oil and shea butter), but as is the case with a lot of “natural” products, there are also a whole host of chemicals added into the Neutrogena Naturals mix (such as propylene glycol).

In the 90s Neutrogena declared a ban on animal testing, but its parent company Johnson & Johnson most certainly still conducts these tests, and as such it’s unclear whether or not the Naturals line will be tested on animals.

The campaign is still in the planning stages, but Bell has already shot the print, TV, and online ads, and was paid the hefty sum of $500k for her work.

Past Neutrogena spokeswomen have included her Heroes pal Hayden Panettiere, Jennifer Garner, Diane Lane, Gabrielle Union, Vanessa Hudgens, and Emma Roberts.

We really hope that Bell wasn’t aware of the chemical additives in this new Neutrogena Naturals line before she signed on, but what do you all think about this?

Via Vegetarian Star.

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