Sunrise host Natalie Barr left shocked over viral claim breast milk is better for your skin than Botox

Sunrise host Natalie Barr was left stunned on Thursday when she discovered a viral skincare treatment on TikTok which claims to be better than Botox. 

Skincare expert Isabella Loneragan told the TV host that women were freezing breast milk and putting it on their faces.

She explained that lipids in the milk hydrates and nourishes skin. 

‘What if you are breastfeeding your baby right now and you’re thinking, “Do I give it a bit of a go?”‘ a gobsmacked Natalie asked.

Isabella responded, ‘You absolutely give it a go,’ to which the TV presenter exclaimed: ‘Do you?!’

‘Yes! You give it a go… On TikTok they’re freezing it and putting it on their faces and the lipids in the breast milk is going to hydrate and nourish your skin,’ Isabella added. 

‘So give it a go, but for TikTok to claim it’s going to have a Botox impact? Don’t hold your breath.’

Sunrise host Natalie Barr was left stunned on Thursday when she discovered a viral skincare treatment on TikTok which claims to be better than Botox  

It comes after Natalie shed more light on her recent skin cancer diagnosis, saying the shock news was ‘a huge wake-up call’.

She revealed in an interview last Tuesday that she was careless with her skin growing up and rarely used any protection against the sun. 

‘I grew up in the ’70s and ’80s and put baby oil on my skin to sunbathe on (Western Australia’s) Scarborough Beach,’ she told New Idea.

‘We didn’t think about skin cancer back then and only wore a hat if it matched our outfit.’

Skincare expert Isabella Loneragan told the TV host that women were freezing the milk and putting it on their faces

Skincare expert Isabella Loneragan told the TV host that women were freezing the milk and putting it on their faces 

She also opened up about the moment she learned of her terrifying diagnosis.

‘When you hear the “C” word, the shock goes right through you… your mind goes off on a tangent,’ she told the publication.

‘I am going to double my efforts when it comes to protecting myself because being told you have cancer, even at the earliest stage, really just brings home what you could stand to lose if the diagnosis was worse – like it is for so many other Australians.’

The Sunrise co-host told viewers last month the discovery occurred when she visited her dermatologist after discovering a tiny persistent ‘pimple’ on her nose.



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