Unique and strange skin care mask

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ELLE introduces three unique and strange beauty methods that are quite famous in the world.

Unique and strange skin care mask

Geisha mask made from nightingale droppings

Unique and strange skin care mask

Although geisha skin masks appeared and were quite popular in Japan during the Edo period (1603-1868), it was Victoria Beckham who helped make them famous around the world.

Larks in the natural environment mainly eat insects and berries, while birds raised in cages are often fed seeds.

In addition, because the songbird’s intestinal tract is short, this bird droppings also contain enzymes and proteins to whiten the skin.

One of Victoria Beckham’s secrets to youthful beauty is a mask made from nightingale droppings.

Nourish your skin with snail slime

Wherever the snails go, they leave a trail of slime on the ground.

The slime secreted by snails is used to effectively nourish the skin

However, this is not a new discovery.

In addition, it also has high moisturizing ability and treats acne and scars very well.

Beauty with bee venom

Perhaps the obsession of many people is being stung by a bee.

Some people call it natural botox and the Duchess of Cornwall (wife of Prince Charles) is a fan of bee venom.

The Duchess of Cornwall and actress Gwyneth Paltrow are fans of the Bee Venom mask

Additionally, famous actresses Gwyneth Paltrow, Michelle Pfeiffer and singer Dannii Minogue also use this lotion.

Other ingredients of the Bee Venom Mask are also manuka honey, shea butter, rose and lavender essential oils for anti-inflammatory, moisturizing and helping to restore aging skin.

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