An anti-aging product Kate Middleton reportedly swears by
June 30, 2022 - Thursday 2:06 PM by Ryan Louis Mantilla
The Duchess of Cambridge is unquestionably beautiful, with her statuesque and majestic beauty deserving of being a member of the British royal family. Don't get us wrong: physical attractiveness has nothing to do with whether you're a member of the aristocracies. But, it’s the term “Royal” that’s giving. And although royal means someone who belongs to a monarch’s family, the exquisiteness of Catherine Elizabeth Middleton—most notably known as Kate—is nothing but royalty.
Although on the surface, the royal family may appear as the highest of families, one thing that’s not hidden is that they’re humans too—which means they’re capable of experiencing the fundamental human qualities, one of which is aging.
Botox is a procedure done to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. It may also break the bank, unfortunately. The average cost, according to GoodRx Health, is $466, and it varies depending on how many units you consume. It’s not as if the price is one of Kate Middleton’s worries. According to the brand’s representative, a product used by not just her but Meghan Markle, Michelle Obama, Queen Letizia of Spain, and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands altogether is a gel most avid-users call a "Botox in a bottle."
The product that most household names swear by is called "Biotulin." Manufactured in Germany, Biotulin could reduce the appearance of wrinkles and muscle contraction in just 1 hour. Biotulin’s main ingredient is spilanthol: a genuine local anesthetic obtained from the plant Acmella oleracea extract (paracress). Spilanthol is an antioxidant that most beauty brands incorporate into their products.
Unlike botox, Biotulin doesn’t limit your facial expressions. So considering the amount of big name’s using Biotulin, the item quickly became one of the most known cosmetic products in 2021 and even became Amazon’s best-selling.
Produced with a plant-based formula, Biotulin Supreme Skin Gel is quickly absorbed in the skin and can smoothen and tighten it, giving a soft and supple appearance. And its capability to reduce wrinkles within 1 hour isn’t just a myth. It is medically proven and dermatologically tested. It also only retails for $65 on Amazon.
Biotulin Supreme Skin Gel is currently available on Amazon.
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