The new trends in skin care are OUTRAGEOUS, and even the most trendiest beauty may have think twice before trying out any of these hot new ingredients. Apparently celebs are getting bee venom facials, swearing that snake venom is the new botox, mink oil is the new coconut oil, and Kale is just as good for you on the outside as it is on the inside. Check out these mind boggling beauty trends:
Apparently nothing can make your skin smoother. La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Sleep Mask ($300) uses caviar extract to put your age lines to a complete stop!
Overripe oversized bananas have beauty benefits as well. Shea Moisture African Black Soap ($5) is made up of many great natural ingrendents one of which includes plantain extracts. This soap is great for those with oily skin, as it acts as a natural astringent ridding your skin of acne and dandruff.
So not only is Kale in every health conscious home’s refrigerator it is now hitting the beauty shelves. Kale may be the new spinach! Nails Inc. NailKale ($14) is a colored polish packed with vitamins A, C, and K, which helps produce keratin.
4. Chia Seeds
Last I checked everyone was mixing this ingredient up in their health shakes. Apparently you need to put it in your facial serums as well. Perricone MD Chia Serum ($75) utilizes the antioxidant power of chia for anti-aging benefits.
5. Bee Venom
Rodial Bee Venom Eye Cream ($140) uses the power of bee venom to give your skin a plumping anti-aging effect. The swelling helps fill in fine lines giving you a smooth, glowing, youthful look.
6. Snail Slime
Next you see a snail you should let it crawl all over your face right? Well thankfully there is a simpler way. Organic Doctor Snail Gel ($20) promise a more even skin tone and boosted elasticity. It gives you the bottled snail slime effect.
7. Snake Venom
Sonya Dakar Stem Cell Transformer ($195) serum mimics the effects of real snake venom, causing the skin to numb and “freeze” fine lines. You can quit getting the botox!
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