ByElle McFarlane, writer at Creators.co
'There's always someone younger and hungrier coming down the stairs after you.'
Elle McFarlane

How often do you get to treat yourself to a good long soak in the tub? Once a week? Twice a month? Once a year on the rare occasion you stay somewhere with a bath? Well, for the lucky few amongst us, some get to soak not once, not twice but three times a day in those glorious bubble bath bubbles.

In a bizarre interview with Into The Gloss magazine, has opened up about her bathing habits — and they're anything but usual. From soaking in rose petals inspired by Cleopatra (who historically bathed in sour donkey milk) to conditioning her pubes up to three times a day, Emma's beauty regime sounds well, absolutely beastly.

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Emma Is Obsessed With Cleaning Other People's Makeup Bags

Emma began her interview with Into The Gloss with a rather strange admission; she is absolutely obsessed with rummaging through other people's makeup bags, and deep cleaning them. While getting her makeup done on the sets of the movies, Emma would ask the makeup artists 'or just anyone' if she could look through their makeup bags.

But she wasn't satisfied with just a cheeky rummage:

"My other favorite thing was, while I was having my hair and makeup done, to clean and organize people’s makeup bags. So I would sit there and clean every product and put it all back together again."

Emma Believes 'Nothing Bad Can Happen' In The Tub & So Has Up To Three Baths A Day

Clearly never having watched What Lies Beneath, A Nightmare On Elm Street or Slither, Emma's love of bath time originates in her belief that:

"Nothing terrible is going to happen to you in the bath."

While this is somewhat debatable, Emma also stated that she has a bath "every single day" and that if she gets a chance, will take two, or three if she can. Just how she finds time to star in massive blockbusters such as the upcoming as she tries to feed her insatiable bathing habit remains somewhat of a mystery.

She Likes To Bathe In Egyptian Inspired Rose Petals

Beauty and the Beast [Credit: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures]
Beauty and the Beast [Credit: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures]

Not just dipping in the tub like any old commoner, Emma loves nothing more than to swill about in epsom salts and oils, or bath soaks infused with ginger, echinacea and eucalyptus & peppermint bark or, naturally, a milk bath made of rose petals as inspired by Cleopatra.

Whether they stuck closely to the Egyptian queens' preference for submerging herself in sour donkeys milk has as of yet not been confirmed.

Just Like Us, Emma Bleaches Her Top Lip & Conditions Her Pubes With 'Fur Oil'

Incredibly, Emma took honesty to the next level and opened up about her ongoing battle with her moustache, her brows and of course, her wily pubes. Highlighting the fact that social media projects a distorted view of beauty into our lives, Emma stated:

"In the Instagram era it’s so easy to edit your life so that it looks perfect. But I bleach my top lip and tweeze my eyebrows and you’d never get to see that, even though it’s a part of my routine."

Not only did she give voice to the beauty regimes that are often discussed as 'shameful,' but she also revealed that she uses "fur oil," a special conditioner made with lightweight oils which aims to make pubic hair softer - but she doesn't just apply it to her nether regions:

"I’ll use that anywhere from the ends of my hair to my eyebrows to my pubic hair. It’s an amazing all-purpose product."

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