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Geisha Facial: Bird Droppings for Beauty Treatments

Beauty is very noticed by women. Beauty plays an important role in the association of women, so that every woman trying to maintain her beauty.

Beauty is very noticed by women. Beauty plays an important role in the association of women, so that every woman trying to maintain her beauty. There are various methods to maintain one set of beauty such as using makeup regularly, diligently went to the house of beauty, exercise regularly, and perform injections using collagen.

We have a kind of unique cosmetics from Japan and called the Geisha Facial. Geisha Facial is a facial treatment using bird droppings. Now the women in the major cities of the world are like doing facials with bird droppings that makes your skin beautiful and ageless. This unique method is an old beauty secret that Japanese women are now becoming popular in the world.

According to Fox News, the research has been done to prove that Geisha use Bulbous bird droppings as a mask cleanser to remove makeup (make up) every night. This is also done by the Japanese women at this time. The result is skin becomes more bright and tight.

According to skin health journals, bird droppings contain guanine (organic base) that has benefits for the regeneration of the skin to keep it healthy, glowing, remove pollutants in the facial skin, open pores and create a brighter skin color. Bird droppings is processed and cleaned with ultraviolet light to kill bacteria and eliminate odor. Salons in New York and Canada have many facilities that provide facial with bird droppings (the Geisha Facial).

Some women who’ve been doing this facial skin confessed his face became as smooth as a baby’s bottom and lighter. Face care costs by using the method Facial Geisha ranging from U.S. $ 100 to U.S. $ 180. These prices are comparable to the benefits gained in these women.

In Japan, powdered bird droppings are known by the name Egos mixed with ordinary soap and used to wash the face.

in the country of origin of this method is the Japanese bird droppings are made in powder form and is known by the name of Gus. Uguishu is powdered bird droppings that have been treated with ultraviolet light and then mixed with ordinary soap used to wash the face.

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