Heaven Skincare Silver Bee Venom Mask

Posted: Jan 10 2018

What is Heaven Skincare Bee Venom Mask?

Heaven Skincare Bee Venom Mask – The signature product that has gained a worldwide reputation. A revolutionary organic cream that works to control the facial muscles for tightening, firming and lifting; whilst penetrating fine lines, frown lines and wrinkles and giving that immediate anti-ageing effect. ABEETOXIN® is the natural alternative to botox and has healing properties making it great for those with blemished skin, rosacea, eczema, dry and mature skin. Contains the venom of the worker bee.

Heaven Skincare Bee Venom Mask
Heaven Skincare Bee Venom Mask

How do you use it?

Heaven Skincare Bee Venom Mask – Apply after your cleansing routine morning and evening. Can also be applied on top of your moisturiser or combined with a serum. Leave on for 10 minutes and wash off with warm water or leave on overnight/all day for accelerated results. We recommend using twice a day on top of Age Defiance Prism Cream for cumulative maximal effects.

How does it work?

Once applied the Heaven Skincare Bee Venom Abeetoxin in the cream fools your skin in to thinking its been stung.  Your body will then go in to “helper” mode to assist where it thinks harm has been done – It sends an army of mediators to fight the Battle! Therefore the bee venom itself increases blood circulation, gently plumping out and firming the skin, filling and smoothing fine lines and wrinkles. The venom causes a rush of blood to the area and stimulates the production of natural collagen and elastin. Its really making you body work for itself – causing a reaction to the site of injury – or where it thinks injury has occured.

Will I be allergic?

If you have a known allergy to bee stings then this product is definitely not for you.  A patch test is always advisable if you do not know of any allergies.  Samples can be requested by email to Skincare Organics at skincareorganics@gmail.com
Buy Now  – comes in 3 sizes 15ml trial, 30ml or 60ml

What’s in the Silver Bee Venom Mask?

Deionised Water (Aqua), Welchol 158 (Decyl Oleate), Marshmallow DC Herb Ext (Althea officinalis), Cetiol SB45 Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii), Rose Essential Oil (Rosa Damascena) , Silica, Arutea Ekisu, Magnesium Nitrate, Magnesium Chloride, Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula angustifolia), Beta-Carotene, Glyceryl Stearate, Honey Extract.

Clinical Evidence

The beneficial effects of honeybee-venom serum on facial wrinkles in humans

Sang Mi Han,1 In Phyo Hong,1 Soon Ok Woo,1 Sung Nam Chun,2 Kwan Kyu Park,3 Young Mee Nicholls,4 and Sok Cheon Pak5
Clin Interv Aging. 2015; 10: 1587–1592.
Published online 2015 Oct 1. doi:  10.2147/CIA.S84940
PMCID: PMC4598227

Abstract

Facial wrinkles are an undesirable outcome caused by extrinsic photodamage and intrinsic aging processes. Currently, no effective strategies are known to prevent facial wrinkles.

We assessed the beneficial effects of bee-venom serum on the clinical signs of aging skin. Our results show that bee-venom serum treatment clinically improved facial wrinkles by decreasing total wrinkle area, total wrinkle count, and average wrinkle depth. Therefore, bee-venom serum may be effective for the improvement of skin wrinkles.

 

Bee venom plays an important role in the improvement of skin wrinkles, and it is used in the cosmetics industry as an antiwrinkle agent. Bee-venom serum provided greater efficacy in terms of total wrinkle area, total wrinkle count, and average wrinkle depth in subjects with photodamaged skin. Long-term treatment with bee venom-containing cosmetics could be safe, because the irritation potential of bee venom is negligible.

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