For over thousands of years genuine gold has been used in all cultures to glamour the human body. Historically, members of aristocracy and high society used gold in cosmetics due its anti-aging and skin scratching improvements since the ancient times, and results speak for themselves!
For example in ancient Egypt - Cleopatra used gold mask every night to enhance her beauty!
In ancient Rome, gold salves and serums were used for the cure of a variety skin problems.
In ancient Chinese, gold was used in medicine as an anti-aging resource. Ch’ing dynasty queen for example, have used gold massage roller on her face daily.
Gold is also used in Indian systems of medicine such as Ayurveda.
Nowadays 24k gold using in everyday skin care products due its anti-aging, anti-inflammatory and anti-wrinkle benefits.So if you want to use all benefits of it just add gold particles into your cosmetics or use SeaVital products infused with 24 karat gold and dead sea minerals.
Do you know that bee venom cost 3 times the price of gold? Approximately 33.000 bee stings equals to 1 gram of bee venom. Are the bees hurt in the process?...No. Because the bees are stinging a piece of glass their abdomen remains intact and therefore the bee remains healthy and alive.
Bee venom, long used in ancient medicine, is the new “ natural Botox ” that stimulates the body’s production of collagen and elastin to smooth, lift tighten skin. The venom also contains a compound called melittin , which has been shown to have anti – inflammatory properties.
Bee venom works in a way that it fools the skin into thinking it has be lightly stung with the toxin melittin, which causes the body to direct blood towards the area, stimulating the production of collagen and elastin.
Bee Venom is powerful healer & stimulator of circulatory system which has long been used to assist the human body’s response to muscle and joint problems. Venom from bees (bee sting) has long been used to assist the human body’s response to muscle and joint problems due to age, disease or injury. These and others benefits have been the subject of many clinical trials , resulting in over 1700 scientific publications in the last 75 years alone.
British tabloids reported that Kate Middleton - The Duchess of Cambridge, used bee-venom skin-care before the royal wedding. More recently, actress Gwyneth Paltrow said on her blog that she had “been given bee venom therapy for an old injury “ and as a result the injury had since disappeared.
SeaVital provides skin care solutions that use bee venom as an active ingredient .