Fly like a butterfly, sting like a bee…

When it comes to face masks it’s important to get it right. I’ve tried a lot of products over the years,  and once in a while I come across something that I’m compelled  to write about. And this is one of those products: the Bee Venom Manuka Doctor face mask. It  has been reported to be a favourite of Kate Middleton and Victoria Beckham and now it’s available on the high street. Manuka Doctor’s ApiNourish Rejuvenating Face Mask (£49.99 50ml) is a deep penetrating skin renewal treatment. Infused with potent therapeutic Bee Venom – its main acting ingredient – it is renowned for its anti-bacterial,  anti-wrinkle and regenerating benefits  that help defy ageing and produce a visible lift.

Also known as ‘nature’s alternative to botox’, Purified Bee Venom is a potent combination of minerals, peptides and amino acids that help  encourage naturally occurring cell regeneration and boost  collagen formation.  The creamy mask also contains Manuka Honey, Avocado Oil, Shea Butter,  and Vitamin E to deeply nourish the skin and help to reduce the appearance of scars while renewing damaged skin cells.

It feels soft on the skin and you can leave it on for between 15 and 30 minutes for best results. It couldn’t be easier!

“Finally my 12 years of research and science into natural Bee Venom is being transferred into a product range. The proven cell regenerating, anti- ageing and anti-bacterial properties of Purified Bee Venom will now be able to help many people.”
Dr Han

For more information go to www.manukadr.co.uk. The Manuka Dr Range is available at selected Lloyd’s pharmacies, Superdrug.com, Holland & Barret and Tesco beauty concept stores. Price £49.99
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