Kate Middleton swears by this 'botox in a bottle' skincare secret

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You may think Kate Middleton and her A-list pals only use exclusive skincare products we normal folk can't dream of, but you'd be wrong.

Yes, in very exciting news it has been revealed the Duchess of Cambridge's secret holy-grail skincare product doesn't come from 24-carat gold, but from Amazon.

Hailed as "botox in a bottle", the $142 serum is on the pricey end of your regular skincare haul, but for skin like Kate's, isn't it worth it?

On the left, Kate Middleton smiles in a pale pink shirt with her hair out wearing gold drop earrings. On the right, a zoomed image of the small black Biotulin skincare bottle sits on a pale peach background.
On the left, Kate Middleton smiles in a pale pink shirt with her hair out wearing gold drop earrings. On the right, a zoomed image of the small black Biotulin skincare bottle sits on a pale peach background.

According to the Daily Mail, makeup artist Carl Ray told the Duchess about the non-injectable "organic Botox" and it has circulated through the royal ring, with Meghan Markle, Queen Letizia of Spain and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands all swearing by it.

So what is it?

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With 1400 rave reviews, Biotulin's Supreme Skin Gel is officially number one on Amazon and we want to get in on it.

The tiny 15ml bottle is a vegan and herbal alternative to botulinum toxin, AKA botox, that has been known to reduce wrinkles within one hour.

The German product's website states the serum has been proved in independent studies and smooths and tightens skin with a plant-based formula.

One of the formula's ingredients is spilanthol, a natural local anesthetic extracted from the plant Acmella oleracea (paracress).

The formula reduces muscle contractions, causing facial features to relax, so crow's feet and minor wrinkles around the eyes and between the eyebrows disappear.

A small black bottle with a pump silver top laying against a pale blue background with clear white gel around it
A small black bottle with a pump silver top laying against a pale blue background with clear white gel around it

According to Biotulin's website, spilanthol can be found in the skin 24 hours after application and, in some cases, there is a noticeable, significant decrease in wrinkle depth 30 days after continuous use.

As an added booster, the gel also contains the ultimate hydration hero, hyaluronic acid for extra plumping and glow.

While this may all sound very scientific and hard to come by, you can just pop over to Amazon and nab a bottle.

For best results, apply on cleansed skin and wait for it to be quickly absorbed, smoothing and tightening.

Against a white background, a black cardboard packaging box of Biotulin stands with the bottle with a clear lid on the right.
Against a white background, a black cardboard packaging box of Biotulin stands with the bottle with a clear lid on the right.

Of course, since hearing that Kate Middleton and her royal friends get around the product, people flocked to Amazon to try it themselves.

"Thought it very beneficial," one revealed.

"I found a very noticeable different in my skin texture."

"Terrific product," another detailed.

"Used it before and it works for me."

If you're wanting to try the royal treatment, order your Biotulin now, with dispatch in two to three days or score free shipping if ordered between July 5-11.

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