Natasha Oakley Reveals The Exact Products She Uses for a Flawless Complexion

By Tara | Updated: 12/06/2024

The Australian influencer and entrepreneur behind A Bikini A Day and Monday Swimwear has shared with her millions of Instagram followers what’s in her current skincare rotation.

She has previously stated she “lives by Aussie beauty rules”, opting for products that will promote a radiant and healthy-looking complexion. 

You will often find her jet-setting the world or on a beach so it’s no surprise she prioritises hydrating and barrier-protecting ingredients in her routine. The $1300 full routine features French Pharmacy Caudalie and luxury skincare brand La Mer. 


Natasha Oakley Skincare Routine



Caudalie Gentle Buffing Cream, $46 at Sephora

From cult favourite French pharmacy skincare brand Caudalie, this gently sloughs away dead skin cells and cleanses the skin. Formulated with jojoba microbeads and nourishing grape oil it’s suitable for all skin types including sensitive.


Fresh Soy Face Cleanser, $25 at Sephora

Gentle, yet effective this cleanser contains a mix of soy proteins, rose water, borage seed oil and cucumber extract to nourish, hydrate, soften and calm the skin while removing makeup dirt and impurities. 

She told Net-A-Porter: “I love Fresh’s Soy Face Cleanser as it’s gentle and doesn’t dry out my skin. I travel eight months out of the year so I like to keep it simple”.

Living Libations Best Skin Ever, $48 at One Fine Secret

Seabuckthorn Best Skin Ever is an all-in-one organic cleanser, exfoliator, and moisturiser, infused with bioactive botanical compounds and omega fatty acids to revive and clarify skin, making it luminous and balanced from head to toe.


La Mer The Moisturising Soft Cream, $340 at La Mer

Known as THE luxury face cream, La Mer The Soft Moisturising Cream restores moisture and radiance to combination-dry skin, calming inflammation, smoothing fine lines, and protecting against stress-related aging with restorative antioxidants, vitamins, and innovative moisturising spheres for deep hydration.

La Mer The Eye Concentrate, $425 at La Mer

La Mer The Eye Concentrate, with triple the Miracle Broth™, reduces dark circles, puffiness, and discolouration. Over time, it softens fine lines and wrinkles, leaving the under-eye area smoother and more luminous. Includes a cooling applicator for maximum efficacy.

Skincare Tools


The Skinny Confidential Ice Roller, $113.30 at Revolve

Designed to depuff and reduce redness, this ice roller is the perfect tool to have on hand for swelled skin.

Vraiko Heated Gua Sha, $59.99 at Amazon

The product I didn’t know I needed for my winter skincare routine. Enjoy soothing heat and micro-vibrations while you sculpt your face.

Monday Beach Gua Sha, $11 at Monday Swimwear

This one from Monday is perfect for Gua Sha on the go.

Body Care


When you spend a lot of time in a bikini, you know a thing or two about body care.

These are the products Natasha uses to buff, hydrate and nourish her skin. 

Necessaire The Body Exfoliator, $63 at Amazon
Necessaire The Body Exfoliator uses chemical (AHA/BHA) and physical (pumice, bamboo charcoal) exfoliants to soften and smooth skin. It removes dead skin cells while offering a refreshing eucalyptus scent.

OSEA Body Oil, $85.39 at Revolve
OSEA Body Oil instantly boosts skin elasticity and deep moisturisation. This seaweed-infused, antioxidant-rich oil softens, nourishes, and firms skin.

Kora Organics Body Lotion, $77 at Sephora
KORA Organics Nourishing Hand & Body Lotion provides long-lasting hydration, rich in antioxidants to nourish and protect the skin’s natural barrier. Energised with aquamarine, it calms and soothes, leaving skin smooth and replenished without a sticky feeling.

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Tara Lusk is the founder and creator of Beauty Space
Tara Lusk is a Sydney-based beauty enthusiast and the founder of Beauty Space. She launched the blog in 2018 to showcase the best beauty and skincare brands emerging from Australia, while also providing insider tips and tricks for hair and skincare. With a focus on tried-and-true products, Tara puts the latest cult products to the test to separate hype from substance.

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