Monday, March 05, 2012

UK Television Star Promotes Apitherapy Products

Millie’s Make Up: Forget Professors, the Made in Chelsea Star has a Thing for Doctors
The Mirror, 3/2/2012

High street honey Millie signs up as ambassador of Bee Venom skincare - as loved by Kate Middleton, Victoria Beckham and Kylie – and admits she’s struggled with acne

She’s one of the UK’s hottest TV stars; regularly snapped in her smalls for lad’s mags FHM and Nuts and won the nation’s affections (plus new manfriend Professor Green’s) on E4 hit-show Made in Chelsea.

But Millie Mackintosh hasn’t always had things so easy. The reality TV star has spoken out about her troubles with teen acne, and admits that heavy make-up worn while filming for Made in Chelsea has played havoc with her skin. Until now.

While fans of the show may have marvelled at her flawless complexion, Millie says it’s a new thing, and all down to her Manuka Doctor ApiClear cleansing regime:

“As a make-up artist I come across so many products and brands – I also get sent a lot of products to try – but my absolute favourite at the moment is Manuka Doctor.”

“I really like their ApiClear range – the Foaming Cleanser, Skin Treatment Serum and Moisturising Lotion are really good for balancing troubled skin.”

The Purified Bee Venom (PBV™) works with New Zealand Honey, known for it’s anti-bacterial qualities, and Propolis to help eliminate the causes of blemishes. Indeed Bee Venom has been proven to be an effective alternative treatment to antibiotic therapy for acne…

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