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413 E Sherman Ave, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
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Venofye is one of the hottest new brands in skin care.
Venofye products pair the best of scientific research and advanced technology by partnering venom with high quality skin care ingredients such as green tea, collagen and vitamin A.
Under normal circumstances, your skin would thank you for saving it from the sting of a bee. Amazingly, bee venom, also considered nature’s Botox, is the latest buzz in the world of skin care. Usually, when a bee stings you, your skin swells up and itches for a couple of days. However, when you use bee venom skin care products, your skin is fooled into believing that you’ve been stung, thereby bringing about a plumping and tightening sensation which instantly makes you look more beautiful.
Does it Really Work?
The production of collagen and elastin proteins reduces as our skin begins to age and lose some of the exuberance of youth which results in aging issues such as fine lines, crow’s feet and wrinkles. Additionally, modern day lifestyles, improper diet and polluted cities can accelerate this process. Experts believe that bee venom works by encouraging the production of elastin and collagen, thereby reversing the adverse effects of aging and making your skin look more beautiful in the process.
What Happens to the Bees?
Usually, when a bee stings a person, it loses its stinger, which ultimately results in its death. However, collecting bee venom is neither stressful for the bees, nor is it harmful. Bee venom is usually collected using a glass sheet which encourages the bees to pump out a small amount of venom into the glass. This sheet is then removed from the beehive and the venom is sent for purification. The bee continues with its normal life because stinging the glass doesn’t force it to lose its stinger.
Is it Safe?
Bee venom skin care products are safe for use on all types of skin. However, if you’re allergic to bees, you might want to check with your dermatologist before using such products.