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Treat yourself like Royalty with Bee Venom Skincare

Treat yourself like Royalty with Bee Venom Skincare

Bee Venom Skincare: Blue-collar vs. Royalty

Is bee venom used in skincare cosmetics?

Let us put the answer this way…

With her 95 (and 69 years of rule), Queen Elizabeth travels the world, rides horses, and attends state ceremonies…

Her longevity and good looks are a frequent topic in many media on the Island.

For example, the Guardian recently published a research paper on how much wealth contributes to experiencing the late years.

There are 2.6 million people over the age of 80 in Britain, and the results of a survey conducted from 2006 to 2016 among that age group, those with a “thicker” bank account lived six-nine years longer than people from a middle class.

It is also characteristic of many ladies that old age is not just living day-to-day. Members of the “80 plus” club maintain their gardens, tie their own shoelaces, hang out in senior clubs and read newspapers and books because they want to be up to date.

In too many cases, their faces do not match their age appearance.

Look at some of the “younger” population.

Check out Vera Wang, Halle Berry, Samuel L. Jackson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Sofia Vergara… to name a few.

Do wealthy people know something that ordinary people don’t?

1gr of gold nowadays (November 2021) is USD 58,2. The market price of bee venom ranges from 50 to 100 dollars per gram, depending on the form in which it is offered on the market.

This could be just one example but let us start with this.

Is bee venom good for your skin?

Bee venom is exceptionally good for your skin’s rich and youthful appearance.

Bee venom is an extract of the large and small venom glands of worker bees aged 15 to 21 days.

It is a pure and natural product. If appropriately applied, it achieves a healing and prophylactic effect. In addition, it has been confirmed that bee venom has a strong immunostimulating effect, increases circulation and hormone secretion, and promotes a better supply of oxygen and nutrients.

The precisely defined concentration of bee venom stimulates the production of natural compounds in the skin, collagen, and elastin.

Tiny molecules of bee venom quickly penetrate the epidermis and reach deeper layers. They act on fibroblasts (dermis cells that produce elastin and collagen) and affect collagen synthesis. Bee venom also increases the permeability of cell membranes and allows intensive metabolism with the environment and detoxification of cells.

It is confirmed many times that bee venom can rejuvenate the skin to look up to ten years younger.

The first results are visible in a short period of time, and the total effect is achieved after several months of use.

What is inside bee venom?

Bee venom contains 30-45% of dry matter, of which about 70% are peptides and proteins. In addition to the water in the volatile fraction, there are also n-amyl, isoamyl, and ethyl acetate.

It is a mixture of several ingredients of inorganic and organic substances.

This venom contains iron, iodine, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper, sulfur, zinc, chlorine, etc.

The dry version is gray-white in color.

It is resistant to temperature changes: cold (freezing) and high temperature (115 ° C for 60 min). In dry form, it can retain its toxic properties for many years.

Melittin (52-73%) – peptide composed of 26 amino acids

Amino acids: (from 15 to 26 species) alanine, valine, leucine, isoleucine, serine, thionine, lysine, arginine, tryptophan, proline, tyrosine, cysteine, methionine, phenylalanine, histidine ≈3%

Enzymes of phospholipase A (phospholipase a2 from 10-12%) and hyaluronidase (Hyaluronidase 1-3%) ≈14%

Enzymes dopamine 1-2%, adolapine 2.5%, histamine 0.5-2%, serotonin, cardiopen noradrenaline and apamine, ≈4%

Trace elements: potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, zinc, sulfur, manganese, chlorine ≈1%

Bee Venom is an active ingredient because of the Melittin, which tricks your body into thinking you’ve been stung. This causes collagen production and promotes healing for irritated skin!

Bee Venom is a natural beauty ingredient that contains some helpful enzymes. For example, Phospholipase A2, called “the Penetrating Enzyme,” assists with the penetration of skincare actives for better results.

It’s like a lotion for your cells!

This magic goop tricks them into thinking they’re getting more water than what you actually pump through it. The hyaluronidase enzyme creates many natural, moisturizing substances that stick around and hydrate from within, not just on the surface as other products do with alcohols or glycerin molecules.

Also, there is at least one study that has shown that bee venom increases wound healing activity significantly.

Conclusion: These data suggested that BV had significant wound-healing activity. The results from this study indicated that the effects of BV on wound healing might be due to biological mechanisms associated with TGF-β1. It is a secreted protein that performs many cellular functions, including the control of cell growth, cell proliferation, cell differentiation

Can you use bee venom on your face?

Bee venom is never used on its own. Instead, it is used in a mixture with other natural and revitalizing components. One such component is Manuka honey in Royal NectarMoisturizing Face Lift

Manuka honey has antiseptic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, antifungal, antibacterial properties.

Bee venom & Manuka honey skincare benefits

Because of the beauty, many women that turn 40+ fall into despair.

This human thing for perfection or the victim that needs to be submitted in order to achieve a higher goal called beauty, best described Benjamin Franklin with the sentence: “Honey is sweet, but a bee has poison. “

He did not even dream how much truth there was in his words and that the secret of beauty is actually hidden in the ‘baskets’ of small bee workers.

Over the centuries, several areas have been singled out in which bee products have practical application.

For example, Royal Nectar is rich in amino acids that are precursors of collagen and is one of the ingredients in moisturizers.

Manuka honey also has many uses in skincare.

Why?

Because its natural antibacterial properties have undoubtedly been documented, and its anti-inflammatory effects make honey one of the essential ingredients of face masks.

The biggest enemy of beauty is wrinkling. During menopause, the female hormones estrogen and progesterone levels fall rapidly, which leads to accelerated skin aging.

Bee venom-containing serums are there to “trick” the skin to behave as if it has been stung after applying the skincare solution.

This causes the body to direct the blood towards that area and stimulates the production of the natural chemicals collagen and elastin.

Bee venom breaks down cell membranes and:

The body begins to react and corresponds with increased circulation,

causing collagen production,

tightening facial muscles

The tightening effect can be felt after the first application. After rubbing and gently massaging the skin, you can feel a slight tingling and tightening.

It’s just bee venom doing its job.

The specificity of this product is reflected in the independent regeneration of the skin.

Your shallower wrinkles will fill in over time by applying the serum, and the others will be less noticeable.

Your creases around the eyes and mouth may become less noticeable. Therefore, you’ll be eager to apply the cream again so that you can have that feeling that it “works.”

A unique benefit of this product is vitamins E and B5, which have strong antioxidant properties. It means that it neutralizes free radicals and prevents their harmful effects on the skin.

Extracts of various plants are excellent natural active ingredients, which immediately reduce the visibility of fine, small wrinkles and tighten the skin.

They protect the skin from free radicals and the effects of various external influences.

Bee venom has a strong immunostimulating effect, increases circulation and hormone secretion, promotes a better supply of oxygen and nutrients. All this enables independent skin regeneration.

We warmly recommend the anti-wrinkle royal serum for the skin of the face, neck, and décolleté because it is an investment that will pay off.

Rejuvenated and healthy skin and a satisfying reflection in the mirror will confirm that.

Royal nectar serum, not cream

Natural face serum is a slightly different type of anti-wrinkle care than cream.

If you decide to improve your appearance and not sell a house to do that, you can try out Royal Nectar Serum with Manuka honey.

The serum differs from the cream in appearance, texture, and method of application. It is a liquid full of active ingredients that have fewer natural oils than cream. As a result, the skin absorbs it more easily than the cream and uses the active ingredients more efficiently.

In addition, it does not contain additives that can be harmful to your skin.

Our anti-wrinkle serum for the face, neck, and décolleté based on bee venom, which we are proud to present, contains light and natural active ingredients.

These are mainly antioxidants, skin vitamins, and active ingredients that hydrate the skin well.

Facial serums are an ideal way to give your skin the nutrients it needs and regain lost moisture.

Serums can also be used as a spot treatment on problem areas like wrinkles or spots since they’re more potent than regular moisturizers.

A facial serum is not just for those looking to restore their youth; we all know that our faces change with age, but there’s no need to worry if you don’t feel like doing routine skincare anymore!

In addition, facial serums offer added benefits such as restoring youthful radiance by delivering essential fatty acids deep into dermal layers, which would otherwise remain inaccessible without topical application.

Serums are more effective than moisturizers because they’re smaller molecules that penetrate the skin deeply.

Also, serums deposit moisture and nutrients. But, moisturizers are designed to deposit water to hydrate the skin.

Serums are more effective than moisturizers because they’re smaller molecules that penetrate the skin deeply.

Moisturizers are designed to deposit only water to hydrate the skin.

But, serums deposit moisture and nutrients, giving you the results you’re searching for.

BEE VENOM AND MANUKA HONEY VS. BOTOX

Bee venom is an excellent catalyst for chemical processes in the body.

Research on the properties of bee venom has established the existence of its anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties.

Clinical studies have shown that apitoxin returns the skin condition to the physiological norm in some skin diseases because it stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, making it an irreplaceable natural remedy in treating various skin problems.

Including anti-age properties.

Manuka honey and bee venom help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, which is why some people use bee venom as a natural alternative to Botox.

The main difference concerning botox is that bee venom stimulates the blood flow to the skin, improving its condition.

Therefore, bee venom will enhance the skin’s condition in the long run, while Botox will not.

BEE VENOM SKINCARE SIDE EFFECTS

Bee venom or apitoxin is a thick colorless liquid with a characteristic powerful smell, similar to the scent of honey and a bitter-bitter taste (like paprika), an acid reaction (pH 5.0-6.5).

Worker bees produce it in special glands that are located in the stinging apparatus.

Over the course of centuries of evolution, the human body has managed to adapt to this venom and turn it into a therapeutic factor.

Compared to other animal poisons, bee venom is similar in its action to snake venom (cobras and rattlesnakes). The difference is that here it is present in tiny quantities.

The venom of one bee is only 0.2 – 0.3 mg, which means many bees are needed to give only 1 g of venom. Bee venom in small doses is a potent immune agent, so it acts as a stimulator of the body’s immunity.

One bee sting (unless it is in some awkward places on the face) is safe and cannot be a carrier of any infectious diseases due to the poison itself, which effectively kills all microorganisms.

Bee venom skin care allergy

It depends on how allergic you are to bee products.

I wouldn’t recommend it if you have had anaphylaxis, though. Some people get very itchy, but others are very allergic.

If you’re on the fence, get a sample of something with a bee product in it, put some on your inner elbow, wait a night. If OK, try a small spot on your neck behind your jaw. If still OK, proceed to your face and just test as usual.

In the end …

In addition to being a potent antioxidant, vitamin E retains the skin’s natural moisture and stimulates collagen production, which is why it is recommended for people with dehydrated skin.

As you can see, everything has its price, including beauty. Creams based on bee venom have become a matter of prestige, so it is no wonder that they have become a real hit among celebrities, starting from royal families to Hollywood stars.

From now on, you don’t have to be a member of the royal lineage or a Hollywood star to make your skin glow and wrinkles disappear.

Royal Nectar serum is available to everyone.

And now you’re also available again.

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED on blog.manukanatural.com

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