Kate Middleton's secret beauty treatment revealed
Get ready for the Nutella face mask revolution
The chocolate gods are good
We’re used to shoveling Nutella into our face, not onto it. But beauty expert and chocolate addict, Deborah Mitchell, is advocating the merit of Nutella face masks as a beauty treatment. Why? Because the Royals are doing it, darling! Kate Middleton and the queen herself, are fans of slathering the hazelnut spread on their visages. Get on board.
Deborah Mitchell might sound a little cray, but she’s a boss beautician responsible for creating the super-expensive Bee Venom face-mask. Her Heaven Skincare brand is booming and she reportedly counts The Duchess of Cambridge, Gwyneth Paltrow, Victoria Beckham and our very own Kylie among her clients. She claims the sugar in Nutella acts as an exfoliant, and when left to dry on the face, supple results abound. So what else can this miracle spread do? Here’s 5 ways you’ve probs never thought of to use Nutella.
My lip balm brings all the boys to the yard!
Four ingredient meals are cool, but three-ingredient Nutella lip balm is even better. It goes without saying that this stuff is lip-smacking good. Follow this tutorial to make your own.
Start a fire
How often have you found yourself stuck on a deserted island with nothing but your bikini and a jar of Nutella? Okay, so maybe this has never happened, but it could! And if it does, Nutella might just save your life thanks to its fire-starting properties. Check out how (but probs don’t try this at home)...
When you think roast chook, Nutella is not on your shopping list right? It’s time to rethink your grocery basket babes. Inspo ahead from ALANA BREAD (veggies optional)...
We all appreciate the smooth and gooey consistency of Nutella, but have you ever thought of freezing it? Didn’t think it’d work? Bust out the blender and give it a whirl, like these guys. Or lather it into an ice-cube tray and pop em in a hot cup of milk. Hot choc on tap!
Need help disposing of a body? Maybe you need a lift to the airport, or perhaps you’re desperate for a buddy to help you move? Bribery usually works, and bribery via Nutella is a sure fire way to get exactly what you want.
By: Louise Smithers