The beauty product responsible for Kate Middleton’s glow at the Lindo Wing

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Kate Middleton looked undeniably radiant as she posed for photos on the steps of the Lindo Wing, just seven hours after giving birth to her third child. Her complexion sparkled, her hair was perfectly blow-dried and her elegant, scarlet dress was a touching tribute to the late Princess Diana.

Er, a lot different to how we looked after giving birth...


In fact, we looked worse. Sorry, not sorry!

The reason for The Duchess of Cambridge's 'I've just returned from a spa break' glow, may be down to her well-loved beauty product. Her flawless and glowing skin could be down to Beuti Skincare Elixir, which she is a big fan of and uses daily according to a source at the palace.

In particular, The Beauty Sleep Elixir by Beuti Skincare uses an inflammaging formulation to reverse the signs of ageing and give your skin an instant and deep glow.

Case in point: Kate Middleton's dazzling photo op.


The oil is packed with a natural blend of 14 plant-based oils, including a Caribbean coral extract which is a powerful anti-inflammatory as it neutralises the enzyme responsible for skin ageing, plus a sandalwood nut kernel oil to help prevent collagen and elastin break down.

Simply put a dash on at night and watch as your skin radiates in the morning, or use it as a primer under your makeup. Perfect for mums who can't remember what eight hours of sleep feels like.

Check out the The Beauty Sleep Elixir, here.

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