Nutella Face Mask, Bee Venom: Kate Middleton’s Beauty Secret Revealed
Kate Middleton's beauty expert has recently divulged that she has been using Nutella face mask to her client. The royal beautician is also reported to be using bee venom mask instead of Botox.
Deborah Mitchell, Kate Middleton's actual beauty expert, appeared on ITV's "This Morning" and revealed that she often uses Nutella face mask on her clients like K-Middy, Victoria Beckham, Gwyneth Patrow and even the Queen according to a report by Marie Claire. Mitchell was not specific in naming the Duchess of Cambridge, but said that one client with very good skin was using the sweet desert on her face.
The popular face mask is a homemade scrub made from Nutella, sugar and lip balm. The sugar in the spread is an exfoliant which can make the skin soft. One has to simply apply the sweet stuff in the face, let it dry and peel it off. A "sheen, moist" skin is expected after seven or eight days according to Mitchell.
Meanwhile, bee venom mask is a needle-free alternative to Botox, which can make people look Spock-eyed according to Mitchell. All clients are only allowed to buy one from each three tier. The product is very special as it uses very special queen bee venom and there is only one found in every hive. They want as many people as possible to experience the benefits of the bee venom.
To make the bees release the venom, they release a small electrical current through a pane of glass. The bees are not harmed but it encourages the insects to sting the glass and deposit their venom. Mitchell's bee venom mask is one of the popular beauty regimens among the celebrities.
Aside from Nutella face mask, Kate Middleton's beauty expert has also recommended wearing socks filled with mashed banana and avocado.