Millie Bobby Brown Shares Brand-New Photos to Endorse Her Collaboration With Essentia Water

Published 09/26/2023, 11:10 AM EDT

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Millie Bobby Brown is an unstoppable rising talent in Hollywood who has been sparing no effort to be the top dog. After carving a niche in the acting world with flicks like Stranger Things, the actress took over the business realm at the age of sixteen. Brown also made her authorial debut this year. With such star quality, she became a magnet for several leading business endorsements over the years. 

From Converse, and Calvin Klein to Samsung, the 19-year-old has been in collaboration with many top brands. Recently, she posted a series of pictures on her Instagram handle to endorse the collaboration with her most recent partner, Essentia Water.

Millie Bobby Brown promotes her brand on Instagram 

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Brown teamed up with the ionized alkaline water producer, Essentia Water, in March this year. In her promotional Instagram post, the actress sat halfway in the car with a bottle of Essentia Water in her hand. The carousel had three pictures in which Brown wore an olive green jacket and paired it up with slim-fitting black leggings and fresh white sneakers. The actress captioned her post saying, “Ambition never sleeps, and neither does @essentiawater.” 

Millie Bobby Brown became the face of the “Stop For Nothing” campaign and has highlighted the importance of hydration time and again. She also shared that she discovered the importance of hydration while developing her skincare brand, Florence by Mills. She conducted an interesting competition to let her fans win a one-year supply of free products from Essentia Water. The Enola Holmes actress looks forward to helping inspire others to find their own paths to resilience through this campaign. 

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Last month, the 19-year-old entrepreneur also shared that her own beauty brand, Florence by Mills, is not just for earning profits. 

The actual goal of Florence by Mills 

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Florence by Mills is the top Genz skincare and makeup brand out there at the moment. Brown pushed her brainchild to become a million-dollar business in just a few years. It was her first solo project outside her acting career, where she created cruelty-free vegan cosmetics. Named the brand after her great-grandmother Florence, the Stranger Things star, catered her products exclusively to those aged 24 and under. During her August interview with The Sunday Times, the actress got candid about her true intentions with the brand.

The million-dollar cosmetic brand is popular for its clean formulations, free of paraben and sulfate. Despite being a celebrity brand, the products of Florence are incredibly affordable and start from $8. Brown revealed in the interview that she wants to “impact others’ lives” with her cosmetic brand. The Godzilla actress has been extremely conscious of using natural and authentic ingredients in her products and also uses them herself. This helps the 19-year-old to understand what the youth prefers, making it relevant to the demographic. 

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Hriddhi Maitra

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Hriddhi Maitra is a Hollywood News reporter at Netflix Junkie. An enthusiastic movie buff, Hriddhi found her true calling when she worked as a Cinema Content Writer at My Cinema Story while analyzing movies objectively, and offering constructive feedback. Coming from a background where she worked in different niches like finance, food, travel, medicines, automobile, and entertainment, we can safely say she is a jack of all trades.

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