If you’re asking yourself if Tom Cruise had plastic surgery of any kind, he sure hadn’t. Want to know why? Because he makes the most of the bird poop facial to keep his skin looking young and glowing. Yes, you read it correctly. It’s a facial treatment featuring bird excrement as its main ingredient.
What makes people splash out hundreds of dollars a pop to have hot nightingale droppings massaged into their pores? First, the fact that this expensive spa treatment is being hailed as the most effective beauty wonder product out there. Second, both Hollywood stars and beauty experts say the strange ingredient actually works.
The popular bird poop facial treatment is also referred to as Geisha facial due to its Japanese origins. You can get the magic facial at Shizuka spa in NYC and feel the healing effect almost instantly. If you want to know more about the background of this ancient Japanese beauty secret, find it on Womanita and learn how to look younger from the best.
Bird poop cost: it’s good to be rich
According to experts, bird poop facials actually might work. They contain uric acid, are nitrogen based, and if rubbed on the skin can bring out the dirt and dust that builds up in the skin. The bird poop facial has a powerful enzyme that treats the dead skin on the upper layers of the face. As a result, your skin brightens up, and you feel refreshed.
Hayes Gladstone, M.D., director of dermatologic surgery at Stanford University, says that bird droppings are effective, but only in a superficial way. The expert adds that “pigeon excrement may be just as effective”. Editor’s note: FREE pigeon excrement. If you’re wondering why they fly poop from Japan when similar excrement can be found in the nearest park, just ask Tom Cruise…
The actor swears that he’s never tried Botox or anything plastic on his face or body – all thanks to the revolutionary bird poop facials. A smearing of bird excrement on his face is all he needs to keep his skin young and glowing. Did we mention that bird poop facial treatment is quite expensive? Tom readily spends around $200 a pop. Looks like the actor has found the fountain of poop!
Bird poop mask: at least it doesn’t smell
Good news: the bird poop facial mask doesn’t smell like poo. It has a musty rice smell, and is said to feel quite relaxing. Clients at the Shizuka Spa in New York describe the procedure as ‘a unique experience’. It leaves you feeling that your skin has a healthy shine to it.
Before the face mask is applied, the excrement is sanitized under ultraviolet light, then mixed with rice bran and water in the spa. When the poop powder is being applied, it can brush up against your lips and even slip into your mouth. If you fight your irresistible desire to leave, the next morning your skin will glow.
If you’re hoping that the magic ‘Botox alternative’ will remove the massive crease in your forehead, you should reconsider your views on magic. While this unusual treatment is an effective facial fertilizer and brightener, you won’t get the extreme visual transformation you’re expecting. So much for the fuss!
Would you rub bird droppings into your face in attempt to fight aging and make your skin look shiny and smooth? Victoria and David Beckham indulge in this bizarre beauty treatment on a regular basis.
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