Camilla Parker Bowles news: Duchess of Cornwall’s nettle cream


The facialist had to work out how to get rid of the painful feeling of the nettle sting in order to create the cream, which retails for £64 a pot. 

Deborah explained: “It’s been quite a journey creating my Nettle Venom Anti-Ageing Cream – not only was it about coming up with the idea and working out how to make that a reality, I also had to develop a way of capturing the active venom in a moisturiser without it hurting when applied to the face.

“The nettle sting makes the skin tingle before your own serotonin gets to work to heal blemishes and redness leaving you with a lifted, more radiant complexion. 

“With regular use, the skin continues this healing action, smoothing lines as it does so.” 

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