Is Kate putting her pregnancy at risk by using Bio-Botox gel Biotulin?
How the British royal house is concerned about the health of Kate
Women who are pregnant usually know how to behave: Eat well, drink lots of liquid, get plenty of sleep, exercise and do not take unnecessary risks. Sounds obvious.
But how is Kate behaving? The entire royal family is seriously concerned. But why? It has something to do with her flawless appearance. To be more specific, with her wrinkles. Insiders have been reporting for years that Kate Middleton uses Biotulin for her wrinkles. An anti-wrinkle serum from Germany. But is Biotulin putting the unborn royal offspring at risk with its action?
Celebrities News Network (CNN) has launched an investigation and visited the well-known dermatologist Dr Paul Hunter:
CNN: Dr Hunter. You have tested the Bio-Botox-Gel Biotulin. Our question: Can it pose a risk to the pregnancy of Kate Middleton?
DH: Basically I have to say that Biotulin is a purely herbal cosmetic. Therefore, any risk to pregnancy can be excluded.
CNN: So can Kate still use Biotulin during her pregnancy?
DH: Yes, because Biotulin contains spilanthol, a natural local anaesthetic from the paracress plant. The gel works completely without toxins and is thus completely harmless.
CNN: How long does the effect of this gel last?
DH: The effect is only temporary. The effect of the treatment is estimated to last a maximum of 8 hours.
CNN: And then you can use it again without hesitation?
DH: Yes, absolutely. I would rule out any health impairment.