Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Middleton Love This Weird Skincare Ingredient

Lindsey Metrus

I know that bee venom in skincare isn't new. It's been getting a lot of buzz (sorry) since Kate Middleton reportedly got a bee venom facial from Deborah Mitchell (who also treats the likes of Victoria Beckham and Her Goopness, Gwyneth Paltrow) just days before the royal wedding. All three women have enviable complexions, so it seemed as though the odd yet intriguing ingredient must be effective. But after the news broke and the shock wore off, I tabled the idea of using bee venom skincare. That is, until recently attending an afternoon tea with Kourtney Kardashian, who raved about incorporating the ingredient into her everyday routine for a smooth, glowing complexion. (Full disclosure: Kardashian is Manuka Doctor's newest brand ambassador, which boasts a number of bee venom products). After just mere minutes of looking at her skin in the flesh, I was already convinced to give the ingredient a try.

 

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