You must be tasty! Beauty company formulates anti-aging creams from OSTRICH eggs

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You must be tasty! Beauty company formulates anti-aging creams from OSTRICH eggs

  • Ostrich eggs are part of the newest natural remedy to be found in stores
  • Fans of the eggy moisturizer will have to pay £ 180 for a 50ml jar
  • The range has already proven to be so popular that there is a waiting list of 5,000 people

When It’s about anti-aging drinks, it looks like we’ll slap just about anything on our face if it promises to halt the march of time.

Snail slime, fish eggs and bee venom are all hailed as indispensable treatments to eliminate wrinkles. And now ostrich eggs are the newest natural remedy on the shelves.

Ostriches, which lay 5 pound eggs, have a powerful immune system due to the high concentration of antibodies in their blood.

Snail slime, fish eggs and bee venom are all hailed as indispensable treatments to eliminate wrinkles.  And now ostrich eggs are the newest natural remedy on the shelves [File photo]

Snail slime, fish eggs and bee venom are all hailed as indispensable treatments to eliminate wrinkles. And now ostrich eggs are the newest natural remedy on the shelves [File photo]

Scientists at Kyoto University in Japan think these antibodies can help neutralize viruses, chemicals, bacteria and pollen that cause fine lines and wrinkles.

And beauty company Ubuna has processed the antibodies from unfertilized ostrich yolks into a line of moisturizers – due to be released later this month.

Ubuna’s Thomas Winarick claimed the drinks could help reduce and prevent long-term aging. But the dream of the youth does not come cheap. Fans of the eggy cream will have to pay £ 180 for a 50ml jar.

But the range has already proven to be so popular that there is already a waiting list of 5,000 women in the UK desperate for the Ubuna creams.

Beauty company Ubuna has incorporated the antibodies from unfertilized ostrich yolks into a line of moisturizers, due to be released later this month.  An ostrich egg is pictured above compared to a chicken egg

Beauty company Ubuna has processed the antibodies from unfertilized ostrich yolks into a range of moisturizers – due to hit the market later this month. An ostrich egg is pictured above compared to a chicken egg

Mr. Winarick said that although research on ostrich antibodies has been used in healthcare before, including to protect against viruses such as dengue and Covid-19, this is the first time they have been used for beauty products and anti-aging.

He said: “The ostrich has a strong immune system that makes them very resistant to infections.

‘Ubuna is the result of five years of development. It offers a solution for reducing and preventing long-term aging, dull complexion and sagging skin. ‘

In addition to ostrich antibodies, Ubuna’s best-selling Maximum Moisture Cream also contains Hyaluronic Acids – the wonder molecule found naturally in the body’s joints, nerves, skin, hair and eyes that can hold up to 3,000 times its own weight. water, yuzu fruit extracts for vitamin C and sea kelp, from the Ise Shima region of Japan, which stimulates ceramide production and hydration.

Customer Sarah Jeck, 51, from London, said: ‘I have tried many anti-aging creams but never had such results. I look five years younger and my fine lines and wrinkles have been significantly reduced. It also makes my hands soft. ‘

While Jayne Fox, 45, of Burgess Hill, said her skin felt ‘dewy’ and younger after using the range.

“While it’s expensive, it’s worth every penny because it makes such a difference,” she said.

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