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Bee venom helps increase skin cell rejuvenation

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Fuseworks Media
Fuseworks Media

Every woman wants younger-looking, brighter skin and now Kiwi women can capitalise on natural anti-aging ingredients right in their backyards. BeeBio’s leading multi-functional skincare treatments are proven to smooth out wrinkles, tighten, hydrate, moisturise the skin and more.

Containing a powerful combination of active manuka honey, bee venom, superfruit extracts and kiwi fruit, BeeBio’s Venomenous Bee Venom and Fruit Boost Face Mask and Bee Venom Eye Crème offers women of New Zealand affordable skincare treatment that not only works but has the scientific credentials behind it.

Independent research has shown BeeBio’s key ingredients of Bee Venom and Active Manuka Honey in its Venomenous Bee Venom and Fruit Boost Face Mask and Bee Venom Eye Crème help increase skin cell rejuvenation by an amazing 80%, compared to non-active face crèmes.

Using concentrated proven anti-aging superfruit extracts that have six times the antioxidant level of vitamin C, BeeBio’s skincare range significantly help reduce free radical damage within the skin - and because it also contains kiwi fruit, it also helps lighten the skin, reduce redness, age spots and freckling. BeeBio is a small Christchurch-based company with a background in exporting natural New Zealand honey products around the world. Around the time of the Christchurch earthquakes, it uncovered research about the incredible action of medical grade Active Mauna Honey - its basis for a skincare range was then created.

BeeBio has invested heavily on independent scientific research across its range of products with the help of the Ministry of Science and Innovation, proving the efficacy of their exclusive ingredients. Their goal - to find and research 100% natural ingredients which contain special anti-aging activity when combined together to produce amazing anti-aging results.

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