The £42 facial oil that is behind Duchess Kate's radiant after-birth complexion
All eyes were on Kate Middleton as she introduced her new son Prince Louis to the world on the steps of the Lindo Wing. Onlookers were eager to find out the secret to her post-baby glow – which could be a bottle of her favourite face oil. Beauty Sleep Elixir from organic skincare brand Beuti Skincare which retails at £42 is a favourite of the wife of Prince William
The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to her third child – Prince Louis – on 23 April and the world watched as she took to the steps of the Lindo Wing in a red Jenny Packham dress to introduce the new royal baby to the world with husband Prince William by her side. But beauty addicts everywhere were astounded at how the mother-of-three’s glowing skin just hours after giving birth. What’s her secret? It goes without saying that the beautiful duchess has a team of professionals on hand to help, including her hairdresser Amanda Cook and trusted stylist Natasha Archer, but could it have been because of one £42 beauty product? One of her favourite skincare saviours is her Beauty Sleep Elixir from organic skincare brand Beuti Skincare – and this £42 bottle of multitasking ointment is a must have in the royal’s beauty cabinet – and she could have well had a bottle or two in her baby bag during her hospital stay. This would explain her crystal-clear skin!
Kate’s complexion looked incredible after she gave birth
The wonder oil reduces inflammation and redness by soothing the surface of the skin and giving it the ultimate hydrating treat. The oil contains a cocktail of totally natural ingredients including lavender, geranium, neroli and cherry oils, all of which encourage a lit-from-within radiance.
It’s been reported that Kate loves the Beauty Sleep Elixir, £42
According to the founder of the brand Leila Aalam, Kate has three bottles on her bedside table and told People magazine: “We were ecstatic to know she liked it and was actually using it”
The sister-in-law of Prince Harry also captivated fans with her hair, which was typically coiffed and preened to perfection. Amanda Cook gave Kate the most marvellous of blow-dries as always – her locks looked silky-smooth and delicately curled at the ends.
The voluminous ‘do looked incredible as it gently blew in the wind and showed off her fantastic bone structure and of course, her glowing, post-birth face.