Olivia Wilde Unleashes Her Innate Feminine Sensuality in Nude Photo Shoot

The ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ star shares that she wants her photos for True Botanicals skincare’s advertorial campaign unretouched to prove that ‘sustainability is sexy.’

AceShowbizOlivia Wilde is not afraid to show off her enviable physique. The “Don’t Worry Darling” actress bared her body in the nude photo shoot for True Botanicals skincare’s new advertorial campaign.

As part of the eco campaign, the 37-year-old actress was photographed topless in a swimming pool and sunbathing on a beach towel. The “Booksmart” turned to her Instagram page to share the revealing photographs. “Feel yourself,” she simply captioned her post.

“I think that there is this impression that responsibility and sustainability are inherently rational and boring,” Olivia said in a press release. “But True Botanicals products are so sumptuous, decadent and luxurious, they’re proof that clean and safe skincare can be an indulgence. I wanted to capture and show that sustainability is sexy.”

In the press release, the skincare company let her decide how she wanted to “present herself to the camera” and helped her “unleash her innate feminine sensuality.” Olivia also shared that she wanted her body to be captured “in a sensual, beautiful and raw (unretouched) form.”

In an interview with Vogue released on Tuesday, October 12, Olivia, who is a #FreetheNipple activist, discussed the stigma around the #FreetheNipple campaign. “I think that we can all really benefit from making sure that we don’t allow the stigmatization of women’s bodies to infect our own perspective of ourself,” Olivia said.

“I wish that in this country, we weren’t so terrified of women’s bodies in the way that we are and have this kind of puritanical perspective on nipples,” Olivia continued. The former “House M.D.” star quipped, “I think it’s really silly.”

As someone who has breastfed two children, Otis and Daisy, whom she shares with ex-partner Jason Sudeikis, Olivia reflected on how breastfeeding kids makes one have “a different relationship to your breasts and sort of the rest of the world.” She noted, “I am someone who has had two babies, I’m in my late thirties, and I love my body now more than I ever have.”

“[When it comes to] our relationship to our bodies and celebrating our bodies, we all come to that from very different perspectives and experiences,” Olivia elaborated further. “I enjoy the opportunity to take care of myself. That’s what my beauty ritual is taking care of myself and celebrating my body at this stage of my life.”

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