Give your skin a luxurious treat with my range of Bee Venom Masks which target a whole range of skin issues, from ageing and fine lines to pigmentation and puffiness. Find out for yourself what the buzz is about!
Discover the secret to more youthful-looking skin with Heaven’s exclusive collection of three Bee Venom Masks. These world famous essentials – a favourite of the A-list and royalty – are renowned as the “facelift” in a jar and have been created to target those tell-tale signs of tiredness and ageing, leaving you looking your beautiful best.
Whether you opt for Silver, Black or Gold, the ingredients in each of my Bee Venom Masks – most notably the powerful ABEETOXIN® – work in synergy to soothe and heal, meaning they’re ideal for even sensitive skin. You can use them in a variety of different ways: simply apply after your cleansing routine morning and evening; layer on top of your daily moisturiser or combine with a serum; leave on for ten minutes and wash off with warm water; or leave on overnight for accelerated results.
The revolutionary Silver Bee Venom Mask is the perfect entry-level product for those looking to try for the first time. It contains the venom of the worker bee which controls the facial muscles to tighten, firm and lift while at the same time penetrating fine lines to give and immediate anti-ageing effect.
The signature Black Bee Venom Mask is a step up from the Silver Bee Venom Mask. It works in the same way, but contains a quarter rare bee venom for more potency. Your complexion will feel soft and supple, and look more youthful.
For the ultimate skin treat, my Gold Bee Venom Mask contains the world’s rarest bee venom and only 500 are made annually. It boosts a powerful concoction of shea butter, organic rose and lavender oil as well as vitamin E, Manuka honey and beta-carotene for the most luxurious face cream. No wonder it sells out so quickly!
Please note, the bee venom I use is extracted without causing any harm to the bees – instead they are encouraged to sting a pane of glass with an electric hum running through it. This means the venom is milked and the bees survive with their stings still intact.