Bee venom face mask
The Heaven Bee Venom Mask, created by British beautician Deborah Mitchell, works by stimulating a reaction in the skin that fools the body into believing it has been stung, creating a tingling sensation and causing the body to produce chemicals which reduce wrinkles by relaxing and strengthening the muscles. According to the UK’s Daily Mail, sales of the mask increased after it emerged that the Dutchess of Cornwall was a faithful user of the “organic face lift” in 2010. Mitchell says the mask, which uses bee vemon as its main ingredient, is a safer alternative to botox and can take up to 10 years off the appearance of the client.
According to the Daily Mail, increasing demand for the bee venom mask has lead Mitchell to sign a 10-year distribution deal in China, allowing her product to be sold in 2,500 stores and salons. Distributors of the product must employ at least one British therapist trained by the firm at each of its stores.
Where to find it:
The mask can be purchased directly from Deborah Mitchell’s website , Heaven Skin Care, for a little more than $130.