Julia Carta, the make-up artist who works with Simon Cowell on Britain’s Got Talent has revealed he also uses products from “Transformulas” to prevent the signs of premature ageing.
Make-up artist Julia Carta, who has also worked with stars including Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley, said she has used the “FaceContour Tightening Créme” and “Eye-lightening Serum” from the beauty range while preparing Simon Cowell for appearances on the TV talent show.
The products were developed by beauty fanatic Rosalind Chapman who, due to a fear of needles, wanted anti-ageing solutions that didn’t involve injections or surgery – that were also affordable.
The “FaceContour Tightening créme”, priced at £36.95 ($58) for 15 ml, is said to contain “potent ingredients” that “help lift, define and sculpt the face to restore its natural beauty”. According to a research, 75% of users saw a reduction in under eye bags, lines and wrinkles after using it.
Meanwhile, the “Eye-lightening serum” offers another way to tackle the appearance of ageing under the eyes. The product promises to fade black bags using nanotechnology and is priced at £29.95 ($47) for 10 ml.
Simon Cowell, 52, has been seeking alternative anti-ageing remedies after it appeared he had taken his reliance on Botox too far on last year’s Britain’s Got Talent.
Viewers were alarmed by the appearance of his bruised face and droopy eyelid, which was blamed on using the face-freezing injections too much.
A source from the show said at the time: “Simon had overdone things a little with the Botox and it soon showed up on camera – especially as we film in high definition, which is particularly unforgiving.”
Simon Cowell isn’t the only celeb who is a fan of Transformulas products. Victoria Beckham is said to use the brand’s EyeLifting Gel, that is said to refresh the delicate skin under the eye using plant extracts.