Caviar and Other Weird Skincare Ingredients

Metals and stem cells have the magic touch
By Wesley Oliver,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 12, 2009 11:36 AM CDT
Caviar and Other Weird Skincare Ingredients
From diamond dust to mother-of-pearl, today's beauty treatments are chock-full of unexpected ingredients.   (Shutter Stock)

As it turns out, the fountain of youth is flowing with all sorts of strange ingredients, and Forbes reveals the best of a bunch that could keep you looking young and radiant:

  • Caviar isn’t just for your palate: La Prairie’s Skin Caviar Crystalline Concentre uses the fish extract to make the skin more elastic and keep it wrinkle-free.

  • The stem cells of a rare Swiss apple found in M Cream Ultimate Lift slow down the aging process.
  • All that glitters might not be gold, but your skin will gain flexibility from Carita’s Perfect Gold Serum.
  • If Botox isn’t your thing, synthetic snake venom in UltraLuxe-9 Age Control Complex could be just the thing to get smooth skin.
Click the link below for more age-defying products of unusual provenance.
(Read more skin care stories.)

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