By Marta Jerry for Daily Mail Australia
08:24 14 November 2023, updated 10:01 14 November 2023
Lara Worthington shares the secret behind her perfect skin.
The model posted a video on Instagram in which she is seen wiping her face with Emma Lewisham’s Supernatural Blemish Serum.
The 36-year-old showed off her pimple-free complexion in the clip and gushed about her blemish-fighting serum.
‘For anyone with problematic skin, this is your guy! 235 million live probiotic cells per dose, he wrote in the caption accompanying the video.
Emma Lewisham Supernatural Blemish Face Serum with Live Skin Probiotics retails for $135.
The New Zealand-based ‘Intelligent Skincare’ range includes serums, cleansers and facial oils that boast 100 percent natural ingredients.
Emma Lewisham has gained an impressive following of celebrity fans thanks to her skincare line.
Her fans include Worthington, who is also a brand ambassador, and supermodel Shanina Shaik.
A-list actresses Margot Robbie and Naomi Watts are also said to be fans of the range.
Phoebe Tonkin, Gemma Ward and Georgia Fowler are devotees, and Gwyneth Paltrow shares the line on her Goop website.
Lewisham told Stellar Magazine that her inspiration for skin care came from looking for healthier alternatives.
‘When the idea for (brand) Emma Lewisham came about, it started with a conversation with my doctor about lifestyle and what (products) I was using,’ she told the publication.
She recalled, ‘It was a time in my life when I was considering the way I was going to live.’
‘I didn’t feel bulletproof.
‘I lost my mother to cancer. I don’t want to take things lightly.
Emma Lewisham has become one of Australia’s best-selling brands and is refillable, meaning it has ‘up to 75 per cent lower carbon score’ than standard products.
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