New Zealand Bee Venom Face Mask Goes Global

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Kate Middleton and a long list of other celebrities are reported to be using Bee Venom Masks made from New Zealand Bee Venom. Hailed as 'natures alternative to Botox', the Abeeco Face Mask is now available globally.

Abeeco Bee Venom Mask
Having worked with Bee Venom products for years, we continue to be amazed by its beneficial properties.

New Zealand Bee product specialists Abeeco, have announced that their locally available Bee Venom Mask is now available for sale worldwide. Dubbed as the natural alternative to Botox, the Bee Venom contained in the mask is used to fool the skin into thinking it has been lightly stung, which in turn stimulates the production of the naturally occurring chemicals Collagen and Elastin, thereby creating a tightening and smoothing effect.

Having had much local success with their Bee Venom Mask, Abeeco has confirmed its intention to make the product available for sale worldwide.

The combination of natural ingredients contained in the mask, including the very best New Zealand Bee Venom & Manuka Honey, work in synergy to plump, lift, and firm the look of skin. You can feel a tautening effect upon application.

Managing Director, Des Sowden said "We're delighted to finally be able to offer this beauty product made from the finest New Zealand Bee Venom to a global audience. It's not just locals that can enjoy this innovative facial treatment. Having worked with Bee Venom products for years we continue to be amazed by its beneficial properties"

The tiny quantities of Bee Venom are collected seasonally in Bee Hives in New Zealand's South Island. The Bee's come into contact with an electrically charged glass surface which stimulates Bee Venom production. Bees are not harmed in the collection process.

In addition to Kate Middleton, it has been reported that the likes of Victoria Beckham, Gwyneth Paltrow, Michelle Pfeiffer and the Duchess of Cornwall have been using skin care products made from New Zealand Bee Venom.

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