Monday, 28 November 2011

Bee Venom Mask

More people, including celebrity Victoria Beckham, are reported to be turning to bee venom masks and bee venom moisturisers as a natural alternative to Botox.

One of the major drawbacks from using Botox apart from the pain associated with the injections and the very high cost is the so-called "frozen face look" which impairs natural facial expression. The frozen face look reportedly makes long term botox users look untrustworthy and not reflective of normal body language according to a report in showbizspy.com

Bee venom masks and moisturizers give the skin a natural healthy glow preserving and enhancing natural facial expression.

A new product worthy of mention is Beetox; a natural product which includes Active Manuka Honey UMF 12+ with bee venom, Avocado oil, Tocopheral oil, Easyliance (Acacia Senegal gum and hydrolyxed Rhizobian gum), Apricot kernal oil, Collagen extract, Rose Hip oil, Rose water, Beeswax, Evening Primrose oil, preservative (Optiphen) Marshmellow extract, Natural fragrance and Cocoa butter.
This natural bee venom cream can be used as both a mask and as a moisturiser simply by applying more or less as the user desires. Beetox cream can be applied generously as a bee venom mask and removed after 20-30 minutes for nigh application, or it can be applied lightly as a moisturiser under normal makeup for daily use.

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