From Victoria Beckham To Tom Cruise, From The Birdcage To Your Face : The Nightingale Poop Anti Aging Facial

[caption id="attachment_1163" align="aligncenter" width="154"]Anti Aging Facial Even her hot hubby, David, praises the poo[/caption] What do Victoria Beckham and Tom Cruise have in common? Well, aside from astonishing good looks, they also share their secret on keeping it that way. They have both dropped all other anti aging facials for this facial made of droppings. Celebs and people alike have been flocking to the spas for Geisha Facials- slathering on a rich mixture of rice bran, water, and the key ingredient, nightingale excrement.
"According to Closer magazine, when Posh, 34, was in Japan recently, she admired the clarity of the women's skin and learnt that it was thanks to the droppings, which contain an enzyme called guanine that leaves the skin clean, smooth and supple."   "Tom doesn't go in for Botox or surgery, but he does pay close attention to all the new and popular natural treatments," an unnamed source told Now magazine. "He recently started experimenting with the nightingale poo facial."
Not very appealing? Well, the proof is in the poop.  

nightingale droppingsWhat You Should Know About The Nightingale’s Droppings

This bird’s guano actually contains large concentrations of two key “ingredients”, so to speak, that promise to give you softer, brighter, lighter, more supple and less or even no wrinkle skin.
  • Guanine (which is pretty much an amino acid of sorts)
  • Nitrogen Rich Urea (which is really good to lock in moisture)
After all, if it does a good job at fertilizing the ground, just imagine what it can do for your skin!

geisha facialFocusing On The Facial

It’s not like the poop will go directly from the birdcage to you face. Of course, there is an entire process that happens in between.
  • Did you know that there are entire farms of nightingales in Japan just for this purpose? Unlike the ones that are free, instead of eating insects and what not, these birds are fed a diet of only organic seeds to get only the best and cleanest (?) guano possible.
  • You should also know that wild bird poop can be a source of germs and bacteria- so don’t get any funny ideas.
The collected poop will then be sterilized, dried, and then ground until you have a very fine white powder. It is this powder that is then sent to the spas and mixed with other ingredients to create the paste for the Geisha Facial. The high end spas will charge a pretty penny for this poop, but you can always order a bottle of UguisoNo for yourself. So what do you think? To pass on the poop or to put the poop on?

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