Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Bee Venom Mask and Moisturizer

The Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Catherine owes her dazzling smile to pioneering dental work and her flawless complexion to New Zealand Manuka honey producers, says the UK media.

Further revelations suggest that Princess Catherine reportedly undergoes regular bee sting facials on the recommendation of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Commonly referred to as Beetox cream, the organic alternative to Botox, the bee venom mask contains about one per cent venom and reportedly tricks the skin into thinking it has been stung, thus increasing blood flow, collagen and elasticity.
Bee venom is formulated with New Zealand Manuka honey, shea butter, essential oils and easyliance a blend of Acacia Senegal gum and Rhizobian gum (formerly a secret ingredient), plus other natural and proven complexion enhancing ingredients.
Fans of the mask include Kylie Minogue, Victoria Beckham and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Both Catherine and Camilla are believed to undergo beauty treatments using the mask when therapists make discreet royal visits, although a Clarence House spokesman said: "I wouldn't comment on such a matter".
We are able to report that the interest in these products has led to a surprising number of internet orders from addresses in Hollywood and across USA, UK and Europe as well as Australia and more affluent parts of Asia.
There are now three different bee venom products listed at Manuka Natural, a bee venom mask, bee venom moisturizer and Beetox cream which can be used as both a moisturizer and when applied more generously as a mask.

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