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Age-defying Naomi Watts, 52, flaunts her incredibly youthful visage

Age-defying Naomi Watts, 52, flaunts her incredibly youthful visage in a makeup-free selfie taken at her home in New York City

Naomi Watts is turning 53 next year.

But the actress could easily pass for a woman in her early forties, as she confidently flaunted her youthful visage in a makeup-free Instagram selfie on Monday.

The mother of two showed off her naturally radiant complexion as she sat on the floor of her New York City home dressed in loungewear.

Glamorous: Naomi is known for her dazzling red carpet looks at premieres and awards shows

Natural beauty: Naomi Watts, 52, confidently flaunted her youthful visage in a makeup-free selfie on Monday (left). Pictured right: Naomi glammed up for a recent red carpet appearance

The Mulholland Drive star wore her blonde hair in a chic updo as she posed for the photo while holding a cup of coffee.     

Naomi wrote in the caption: ‘Happy Monday, everyone. Personally going to go slow today as I’m in a complete cake/candy sugar coma!

‘Coffee helps and this cozy sweatsuit gift. Thanks to the lovely, Phoebe Tonkin [for the gift].’  

Beauty: Naomi regularly looks incredible during her red carpet looks at awards ceremonies

Beauty: Naomi regularly looks incredible during her red carpet looks at awards ceremonies 

It comes after Naomi shared her skincare routine while on set of a photo shoot in New York last month.

She uploaded a photo to Instagram herself in the makeup chair wearing $19 eye masks from Kat Burki.

Makeup artist Mary Wiles used a rose quartz de-puffer tool, which costs $54.

Getting ready: Naomi went makeup free last month, as she revealed her clean beauty skincare and makeup products worth $650 for a photo shoot in New York

Getting ready: Naomi went makeup free last month, as she revealed her clean beauty skincare and makeup products worth $650 for a photo shoot in New York 

Over on her Instagram Story, she showed off the range of skin and beauty products she uses on her visage.

Among them were Tatcha’s $83 Silk Canvas Protective Primer and $45 lip mask, as well as Dr. Barbara Sturm Glow Drops, worth $222.

There were also several products from BeautyCounter, including the Dew Skin Tinted Moisturiser ($62), the concealer ($42) and foundation ($62). 

Luxurious skin care prep: The age-defying beauty sat in the makeup chair with eye masks from Kat Burki, priced at $19 (or $144 for a pack of eight), as her artist Mary Wiles used a rose quartz de-puffer tool, priced at Sephora Australia at $54

Luxurious skin care prep: The age-defying beauty sat in the makeup chair with eye masks from Kat Burki, priced at $19 (or $144 for a pack of eight), as her artist Mary Wiles used a rose quartz de-puffer tool, priced at Sephora Australia at $54

On her makeup table was the Mineral Mattifying power by Australian beauty brand Inika, which retails for $45.

Naomi has long been an advocate for clean beauty and co-owns a franchise of beauty stores in Sydney, London and New York called Onda.

Back in July, she spoke to The Chalkboard about how she was nervous at first to try clean skincare products.

Pricey products: Among them included Tatcha's $83 Silk Canvas Protective Primer and the $45 lip mask, as well as Dr. Barbara Sturm Glow Drops, worth $222

Pricey products: Among them included Tatcha’s $83 Silk Canvas Protective Primer and the $45 lip mask, as well as Dr. Barbara Sturm Glow Drops, worth $222

She said: ‘I always thought that if it didn’t hurt, it probably wouldn’t work!’

‘Once I started trying things, I saw not only real efficacy, but a solid shift in my overly sensitive skin,’ she added.

‘Knowing that there are no harmful ingredients makes so much sense.’ 

Clean beauty: Back in July she spoke to The Chalkboard about how she was nervous at first to try clean skincare products. She said: 'I always thought that if it didn't hurt, it probably wouldn't work!'

Clean beauty: Back in July she spoke to The Chalkboard about how she was nervous at first to try clean skincare products. She said: ‘I always thought that if it didn’t hurt, it probably wouldn’t work!’

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