How Kate Moss stays wrinkle-free

SECRET'S OUT: Kate Moss is apparently a big fan of a device which zaps wrinkles with micro-electric currents.
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SECRET'S OUT: Kate Moss is apparently a big fan of a device which zaps wrinkles with micro-electric currents.

Kate Moss credits a £200 gadget for keeping her wrinkle-free.

The 35-year-old supermodel reportedly swears by the Tua Tre'nd device so much she bought six to give to friends including Lily Allen, Jo Wood and Sadie Frost.

A spokesman said: "She loves this product and that's really flattering when you think of all the lotions and potions she must get to try."

Kate bought the previous model - the Tua Viso - last year and was such a fan she asked the product's makers to put up a demonstration stall at her birthday party.

The spokesman said: "We were delighted when she invited us to her big birthday party at the Dorchester last year. We put on a demonstration for her and all her girlfriends and they all had fun trying it out as part of a girlie pampering day.

"Recently, when we told Kate the latest model was out, she put in an order for six straight away and gave them away at a friend's baby shower."

The Tua Tre'nd - which recently sold out on British shopping channel QVC - uses ordinary tap water to send micro-electric currents around the skin's surface and fans say subtle results are noticeable after two weeks.

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