Under My Skin
Restoration of hydration
Bee pollen is rich in vitamins A, C, D and E. It contains 22 amino acids, 27 mineral salts, hormones, carbohydrates, and more than 5,000 enzymes. Potent antibiotic, anti-itch, anti-inflammatory agent.
Honey contains 90% -95% carbohydrates (fructose, glucose, maltose, etc.), which have dermal affinity to the skin and therefore become part of the skin, reinforcing its ability to retain moisture.
Royal Jelly is the secretion product from the salivary glands of worker bees and the exclusive food for the queen bee.
It contains 17 amino acids, abundant levels of B vitamins and minerals, making it one of the most powerful nutrients nature can offer. The result of eating only royal jelly is that the queen lives for several years as opposed to worker bees which have a life span of 6 weeks. Ideal against aging skin and inflammatory skin conditions, where it stimulates cellular renewal and the promotion and synthesis of collagen and elastin for firm, more toned skin and a smooth appearance.
Hyaluronic Acid is the most powerful moisturizer & humectant known so far with the ability to hold 500 times its own weight in water. It is responsible for tissue hydration, lubrication and stability.
Oat contains a variety of active ingredients including beta-glucans (responsible for water-holding functions), phenols, starch, savenacins, saponins, flavanoids, and also vitamin E. Additionally soothes stressed, blemished and irritated skin.
Illite clay pulls and draws impurities from the pores and can be used for both dry and oily skin because of its ability to restore skin to its natural pH balance. It stimulates blood circulation to the skin thus aiding to heal many types of skin conditions, including acne, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea.
Allantoin topically empowers lymphatic circulation, allowing better nutrient absorption and decongestion of lymphatic circulation.
In ancient Crete, Melissa, was a mountain-nymph that hid Zeus from his father, Cronus, who was intent on devouring his progeny. She fed Zeus goat’s milk from Amalthea and fed him honey, giving him a permanent taste for it even once he came to rule on Mount Olympus. Cronus became aware of Melissa’s role in thwarting his murderous design and changed her into an earthworm. Zeus, however, took pity and transformed her into a beautiful bee. Recent developments in DNA analysis has allowed researchers to reveal fascinating details about what the original inhabitants of Knossos and other Minoan settlements had for dinner. Clay pots with traces of honey, indicating that honey was an essential part of the diet of Ancient Cretans and the only known sweetening substance for many centuries.
Add to approximately 1 tbsp. of mask, water to get a paste.
After apply on face and neck for 10-15 min. Rinse with warm water.