Hollywood megastar Russell Crowe appears to be making the most of his time in self-isolation.
On Sunday, the New Zealand-born actor shared a glimpse of his morning beauty routine, which consisted of him wearing a face mask.
In a photo posted to his Twitter account, the 55-year-old Gladiator star covered his face in a pore-cleansing white clay.
The return of ‘skincare man’: Hollywood actor Russell Crowe (pictured) treated fans to a rare selfie of his morning beauty routine on Sunday, which saw him wearing a white face mask
‘Sunday morning rare earth cleansing masque, You’re welcome’ he cheekily wrote alongside the photo.
Russell appeared to look scruffy for the occasion, opting to let his snowy beard grow as his hair began to curl down over his face.
In 2017, he made his Instagram debut with a similar bathroom selfie with a white face mask on, joking that he was ‘skincare man’.
‘Sunday morning rare earth cleansing masque. You’re welcome,’ Russell, 55, cheekily wrote alongside the picture.
On Saturday, Russell shared an inspiring message of hope with his fans, alongside footage of the sun rising amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
‘If you are in the northern hemisphere, sitting in the dark, I can tell you that, yes, the sun in fact did rise again, and it shall in turn rise for you’.
He continued: ‘This is a s**t situation we all find ourselves in. The safe practices you do for yourself, you also do for your neighbour’.
Last month, the Australian based star posted a series of bushfire-themed photos to Instagram, reminding Aussies of all the obstacles they have overcome in recent months.
Remember this? The first photo Russell posted showed a eucalyptus tree with fire embers burning the plant from within
Message of hope: Russell recently posted a series of bushfire-themed photos to Instagram, reminding Australians of all the obstacles they have overcome in recent months
Russell’s farm on the NSW north coast was ravaged by bushfires last year.
‘Australia, just a reminder, we’ve dealt with serious s**t before, and we will deal with what confronts us now. Together (minimum 1.5 metres apart),’ he captioned the post.
The first photo Russell posted showed a eucalyptus tree with fire embers burning the plant from within.
His mention of being ‘1.5 metres apart’ was a reference to social distancing, which can reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Pandemic: As of Sunday morning there have been 5, 552 cases and 30 deaths from COVID-19 in Australia