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Biotulin may not be a brand you hear many influencers talking about on social media or lining the aisles at Sephora, but don’t be fooled. According to international media reports, celebs with gorgeous skin — like Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle — trust their famous faces with Biotulin’s powerhouse products.
The brand’s Supreme Skin Gel is a favorite of the Duchess of Cambridge herself.
BIOTULIN – Supreme Skin Gel I Facial Lotion I Hyaluronic Acid Serum, $45.49 (Orig. $64.99)
Formulated by a team of scientists harnessing powerful natural ingredients like spilanthol, blady grass and hyaluron, this product is known as “botox gel” or “botox in a bottle” by some users. Why? It can deliver the same results as the popular injectable without any of the negative side effects. For skin that looks and feels firmer almost instantly, you only need to apply a thin layer to your face and neck and watch this miracle-working gel do its magic.
Shoppers on Amazon rave about the Supreme Skin Gel.
“I just tried it for the first time, and I am VERY impressed,” one shopper commented. They went on to say, “It plumped everything out within MINUTES, and my skin looked dewy without being greasy.”
Another shopper commented, “I’m pretty skeptical about skin care claims, from many years of experience, so I decided to try this but didn’t expect much. After one application, I waited until it dried and looked in my magnifying mirror. I blinked and looked again. My skin actually looked better. It’s subtle – this isn’t botox – but my skin looked tighter and smoother.”
For a limited time only, all Biotulin skin care products, including the celeb-approved pick above, are 30% off on Amazon. Shoppers don’t need a coupon or promo code; just add the items to your cart to cash in on the savings. Be sure to shop soon because prices go back up on Feb. 21.
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