Sunday Riley has appointed Bridgerton star Phoebe Dynevor as its first-ever brand ambassador.
Most famous for her leading role as Daphne Bridgerton in the hit Netflix series, the British actress will star in the skin care brand’s latest campaign for its Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment.
The partnership between Dynevor and Sunday Riley is said to have come about over a shared desire to create a more sustainable world.
“Phoebe is incredibly kind and warm and relatable. But her outlook, the way she views the world, the way she leans in to speak with you, the way she opens up about her fears and her dreams, she’s incredibly human,” said Sunday Riley, founder of the namesake beauty brand.
Dynevor added: “From the moment I first tried Sunday’s products, I knew that their ethos and their products were the perfect fit.
“Not only do I love what they stand for, but I love their products in equal measure.”
The Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment is dubbed as a multitasking serum that removes dead skin cells and is formulated with lemongrass as well as prickly pear extract to smooth and clarify the skin.
Since rising to stardom, the 26-year-old landed her debut beauty ambassador role with luxury make-up brand Charlotte Tilbury earlier last year.
Dynevor first took to British screens in the BBC school drama Waterloo Road in which she played Siobhan Mailey.