Makeup and beauty products are one of the most selling products in the world. Nasty, Disgusting, yet women use it every day and their man kisses or licks it off their skin. Lols
Beetles that are native to South America and Mexico feed on cactus plants. Female cochineal beetles eat the red cactus berries, so when the beetles are crushed, a very powerful red dye is produced.
Even, The Starbucks admits its Strawberry Drinks are colored with Crushed Parasitic Beetles which is creating a great problem for its vegan customers.
When you feel the silky smooth feelings after applying lotion or shaving, there is a 99% chance that you’re using a product with an ingredient called lanolin. The fact is, Lanolin is collected from sheep wool and is used in vitamin supplements as a water-proofing agent, and yes, in countless beauty products.
So-called "foreskin facials" are becoming a trend. Is this really an effective treatment?
A 'p*n*s facial' that uses a serum made from infant foreskins has sparked a major debate about circumcision.
NS Recovery Complex by SkinMedica claims to use cells derived from human infant foreskins (NouriCel-MD) in their "revolutionary" line of anti-aging products.
Now, there are high-end salons that promise to make your hair smoother than ever. For a small fortune, you can opt for a treatment that infuses your hair with protein. The main ingredient in the treatment? Bull semen.
The semen is mixed with a plant called Katara and applied to the hair in swanky salons. The process takes about 45 minutes, costs about $90-120 USD, and has been described as "Viagra for hair."
Eye makeup, lipsticks, makeup bases and foundations, shampoos, shaving soaps, moisturizers, and skincare products. Tallow is a common ingredient in all these products, which is made by rendering animal fat.
The dead animals used to make tallow come from many different sources, including labs, slaughterhouses, zoos, shelters, and yes, roadkill.
Guanine is a crystalline material that produces a shimmering or light-diffusing coloring ingredient in products like mascara and nail polish. It is made not from bat feces, but from ground-up fish scales, and it is commonly used in the formulation of bath products, cleansing products, fragrances, hair conditioners, lipsticks, nail products, shampoos, and skincare products.