Playboy bunny and anti-vaxxer Jenny McCarthy enters beauty scene with debut cosmetics range

New beauty line from Formless Beauty brand dropped over the weekend

Celebrity actress and anti-vaxxer, Jenny McCarthy, who got her big break as a Playboy bunny, has launched her own cosmetics line.

Formless Beauty, which is marketed as cruelty-free and vegan, debuted over the weekend with three lip glosses in a trio of pink shades.

Love is a baby pink shade, while Manifest features plum-mauve pigments and Dream is dubbed as a bubble gum pink.

All three glosses are available via the brand’s DTC website, formlessbeauty.com, for US$25 each, or the full line can be purchased for $69.

According to the brand’s website, the lip glosses have been blended with a mix of sunflower seed oil, candelilla wax, shea butter and jojoba seed oil.

Following her brand’s initial launch, McCarthy took to Instagram to thank followers for their support: “Showing off some #Love from @formlessbeautybyjenny Speaking of love, thank you all so much for your support. Love you guys! [sic]”

McCarthy is one of the most prominent figures in the anti-vax movement, according to Insider.

Since 2007, she has spoken out about vaccinations causing autism, following her son’s diagnosis of the disorder after he was jabbed against measles.

America’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention, however, debunks any links between the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, and autism in children.

The 48-year-old grew to stardom after appearing in Playboy magazine in 1993 and went on to appear in hit US films John Tucker Must Die, Scream and Scary Movie 3.

She has since become an author, writing a selection of parenting books, following her son’s diagnosis.

With her latest venture, she joins a growing population of celebrity-owned beauty brands, including the likes of Rihanna's Fenty Beauty, Kylie Jenner's Kylie Cosmetics and Selena Gomez's Rare Beauty.

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