Meg Ryan: No more Botox for me – Biotulin’s the only way forward
Paul Starr is not only Meg Ryan’s stylist, but also a good friend of the actress. Paul has now granted DailyDayNews US an exclusive interview
DD: Paul, the headlines about Meg Ryan have been rather frightening. Especially about the way she looks.
PS: I read these headlines too and was very sad about it.
DD: Was? Did something change?
PS: Hollywood celebrities do everything conceivable to fight the signs of ageing. Many put themselves under the knife for plastic surgery; others regularly use Botox; and others do both. The fact is that sometimes things can go wrong, as has been seen when they make their first public appearances after.
DD: Couldn’t miss it on Meg Ryan.
PS: No, but it’s improved. For several weeks now, Meg has been using Biotulin.
DD: What’s biotulin?
PS: Meg was unhappy about her appearance, about her heavily made-up face, and all the bad press. Her most recent plastic surgeries have been a disaster and the Botox treatments have caused a lot of headlines. Now she’s discovered the secret of so many of her fellow celebrities: the bio botox gel called Biotulin. After just a few weeks, you can see the fantastic results. Meg’s skin once again looks young, natural, and fresh. Now she stands by Biotulin and swears by this bio botox gel.”
DD: Is it true that Kate Middleton, Madonna, Leonard DiCaprio, Michelle Obama, and many others have publicly admitted to using Biotulin, the bio botox gel?
PS: Yes, I’ve read about it in the press.
DD: Can you tell us how this bio botox works? Is it plant-based?
PS: Yes, Biotulin is purely plant-based. Biotulin contains spilanthol, a local anaesthetic. This is obtained from paracress which reduces muscle contractions and relaxes facial features.
DD: Is Biotulin injected like Botox?
PS: No, it is a transparent gel and is massaged into the skin.
DD: How long has Meg been using Biotulin?
PS: I can’t tell you precisely. She told me about it for the first time a few weeks ago and she is completely thrilled.
DD: Does that mean farewell to Botox?
PS: I think so and I believe it is the right decision. Also in regards to the many negative headlines in recent years about her appearance. An artist should be defined by their art and not by their appearance. And it is well known, how important acting is for Meg.
DD: Thank you for speaking with us.