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The beauty advice Duchess Catherine once gave to Michelle Obama


Two of the most famous women in the world, the Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine, and former First Lady Michelle Obama once swapped skincare secrets.

Proving to be the ultimate friendship goal, it turns out Michelle Obama and Duchess Catherine exchange beauty tips.

Nobody could argue against the fact that the Duchess of Cambridge always looks radiant and lovely. And although you can probably guarantee she will never confirm exactly what she puts on her face, we are privy to some details of her beauty routine.

The product in question claims to reduce the appearance of wrinkles in one hour and has hundreds of five-star reviews on Amazon The Duchess, who is also a fan of this organic facial oil, is said to be a fan of an anti-wrinkle serum by Biotulin.

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In an excerpt from the original post, Obama’s makeup artist Carl Ray reportedly said, “Michelle Obama has been using this organic Botox gel regularly on the recommendation of Kate Middleton,” and added that “the effect is unbelievable.” It looks like he might have said that a few years ago and I haven’t seen him confirm this directly on his Instagram, but he’s pretty prolific about his work with Obama in general.

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The main ingredient of Biotulin Supreme Skin Gel is spilanthol, which is “a biological local anaesthetic that is derived from the extract of the plant Acmella oleracea, and it is said to work by reducing muscle contractions and relaxing your features.”

Unlike Botox, which is injected, this cream is just dabbed on the face and neck. As such, it’s not long-lasting but apparently will work for up to 24 hours. So positive are Catherine’s thoughts on the product that she even recommended it to former First Lady Michelle Obama, according to the publication.

The gel, described by the brand as a natural “botox alternative”, claims to reduce wrinkles within one hour without the numbing effects of the real deal. 

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The beauty advice Duchess Catherine once gave to Michelle Obama
It also contains the hero hydrating ingredient hyaluronic acid and has amassed hundreds of positive reviews on Amazon. Well, if it’s good enough for two of the most famous faces in the world…you could also give it a try?

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