Wildflower Apothecary

Better Than Botox Bee Venom Vanish Roller

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The most potent Bee Venom Product yet!

Bee Venom is Clinically Proven to help diminish lines & wrinkles. Our Ethically Sourced Bee Venom products work like a Non-invasive Botox or Filler, all while generating a level of collagen comparable to a Microneedling Treatment! This Venom Roller is perfect to spot treat deeper lines, 11’s, crow’s feet, sun spots, hyperpigmentation, scarring, acne and even milia! The magic works by plumping and also calming facial muscle contractions. Simply roll the formula on areas in need of extra attention and allow the Venom to plump, firm & tighten the skin & diminishing lines. Ad an anti-bacterial, Bee Venom also helps to zap acne causing bacteria. Truly a holistic ingredient! Cucumber & Chamomile Hydrosols provide powerful calming properties to sensitive areas & the most soothing natural aroma. Rich in Antioxidants, Pearl Amino Acids help collagen regenerate itself, which supports less prominent lines & glowing healthy skin. Wild Orchid Milk Extract acts as an antioxidant and humectant that moisturizes, soothes & conditions our skin, finishing this beautiful product off with perfection.

Use consistently and daily for best results. Use with our Jade Gua Sha Tool to create a beautiful, self care ritual.

 How to Use: Apply the product on clean, dry skin after cleansing & toning (Use atleast once a day, ideally in the morning). Make sure you roll enough formula out generously, so it feels wet on your skin. Rub in and around the whole area you want targeted. After 10-15 mins follow with the rest of your skincare & makeup ritual.

*Do Not Use This Product If You Are Allergic To Bees*

Organic Ingredients: Ethically Sourced Bee Venom, Cucumber Hydrosol, Chamomile Hydrosol, Wild Orchid Milk Extract, Pearl Amino Acids, Palm-oil Free Vegetable Glycerin, Aloe Vera, Lactobacillus Probiotic & USDA Certified Organic Preservative 

Bee Venom Clinical Study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4598227/