How Does Queen Camilla Take Care Of Her Skin?
Dawn Attewell, a registered aesthetics nurse prescriber and safety advocate, weighed in on the former Duchess of Cornwall's beauty secret to always look flawless despite being constantly on the go due to her official duties. Attewell believed that it was down to her skincare routine.
"I'm sure she has an impeccable skincare regime and a cupboard full of trusted medical-grade beauty products that help her banish signs of ageing," Attewell told Express.
Aside from using beauty treatments, the skin expert believed that the queen consort maintains a varied and balanced diet. She probably includes anti-ageing foods in her meal plan, including "antioxidant-rich fruit and vegetables" to prevent wrinkles.
She noted that among the foods containing antioxidants are nuts, seeds, berries, and leafy green vegetables. Foods rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, like salmon, sardines, herring and mackerel, also prevent signs and ageing, according to the expert.
Queen Camilla's Secret To Youthful Glow Revealed
Facialist to the stars Deborah Mitchell, who has been working with Queen Camilla for 12 years, attributed the 75-year-old royal's complexion to a clever mix of bee venom, hyaluronic acid and good genes. Camilla's personality is also another actor, according to Mitchell.
"Her Royal Highness has a very wonderful personality and this shines through and provides a natural glow," Mitchell told Daily Mail of Camilla's beauty regimen. "In terms of her products, she is known to use an organic moisturiser which includes bee venom, which works to control the facial muscles for tightening, firming and lifting as well as hydrating the skin."
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"Bee venom is also good for providing an instant anti-ageing ageing effect, leaving her skin naturally younger looking. I'm proud to look after my clients and it is wonderful to see them physically becoming younger. The Duchess of Cornwall only uses quality organic products on her skin. No one wants to waste time and energy on applying things that you don't see instant results with."
Mitchell said Prince William's stepmother is a fan of the Silk Skin Bee Bee Cream from her Heaven skincare range. It is formulated to adapt to the user's skin tone and gives one a very slight glowy hue and bronzed tint to the skin. She added that it is great for mature skin because it includes hyaluronic acid.
What can you say about Queen Camilla's skin regimen? Do you agree that it is effective?
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