To all the ladies and men out there who find themselves up against the clock of aging, seeing all those facial lines and creases appearing out of nowhere – it is time to fight back! I remember a time when I worked for a greeting card company and the biggest selling card was a birthday one.. It said, “May the bluebird of happiness…..crap all over your birthday cake!” That was over 40 years ago, and maybe we should update the message to appeal to today’s audience. ” May the nightingale of the Bronx…..crap all over your face!” They can, and do now, in spas across the Nation- and it will cost you $180 to have it happen.
Based on a traditional skin care secret practiced by the beautiful Geisha of Japan, this “bird poop” facial combines powdered nightingale droppings (generally sanitized using uv technology) and Japanese rice bran. This unique mix both exfoliates and lightens dark areas of the face and more is known as the “Geisha facial” which sounds more polite than “poop facials.”
Nightingale dropping based ingredients are also called, “uguisu-no-fun” and can be used as a makeup remover. Celebrities, like Posh Spice use the uguisu to have fun, and to brighten, heal and retexturize her skin due to natural enzymes and guanine, which imparts a pearly luster to the skin.
David likes hard body Posh with soft bright skin. While it is nice to have even, bright skin, it is more important to get moisture into the deeper epidermal layer, and also restore the collagen support structure that presses the skin tight from below. I will cover several interesting skin treatments in upcoming blogs, but I must say the most important thing is to get to the collegen. We do this with fillers like Restylane and Perlane, and also with Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Replacement therapy. Of course, it is important to also get some Botox now and again too. The long term solution is vitamins and human growth hormone. I will go into these in upcoming blogs as well, but if you want to read about it try www.pbpmed.com or www.nationwidesi.com, and www.ivitaminscience.com for excellent resources. HGH would sure help David heel that achilles….
So next time a flock of birds fly over, don’t just look up, grab a cup!
Dr. Darrin Frye, the TimeMasterMD