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The bee venom would be the beauty secret of many famous persons. Cream, coated directly on the skin would activate, unlike botox injections, a natural physiological reaction that ‘stretches’ the signs of aging. As topical use, the wrinkle cream to bee venom, was born from the idea of ​​a Brazilian beekeeper and approved by the Brazilian Sanitary Vigilance, “would be able, thanks to mellitin, to induce the skin effect of vasodilatation with subsequent production of collagen and elastic fibers, which are essential to give youth and freshness to the face. The skin, stimulated by this substance, after a few weeks tends to lie, expression lines are softened and the relaxing effect of the face is more visible . The apamin is also a muscle relaxant and this component has a relaxing effect on wrinkles. ” As topical use, the wrinkle cream to bee venom, was born from the idea of ​​a Brazilian beekeeper and approved by the Brazilian Sanitary Vigilance, “would be able, thanks to mellitin, to induce the skin effect of vasodilatation with subsequent production of collagen and elastic fibers, which are essential to give youth and freshness to the face. The apamin is also a muscle relaxant and this component is to be the relaxing effect on wrinkles.
The bee venom is also a special relief  more modern study of apitherapy, specifically bee venom, was initiated through the efforts of Austrian physician Phillip Terc in his published results “Report about a Peculiar Connection Between the Bee stings and Rheumatism” in 1888. More recent popularity can be drawn to Charles Mraz (1905–1999) a beekeeper from Vermont, United States over the past 60 years. Apitherapy is widely promoted as having a wide range of health benefits, including the ability to treat multiple sclerosis, to alleviate various types of pain, and to boost general wellbeing.Such claims are not supported by medical evidence.

Bee Venom

ApiLift

57.00

Bee Venom

ApiLift

95.00

Bee Venom

ApiRemin 500 ML

95.00

Bee Venom

ApiRemin100

27.00