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Tony Moly releases finally their bee line May 22, 2011

 

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We knew this was going to come sooner or later! Remember our article last year on the latest unique ingredients? ( article : here )

The article was on 3 unique animal based ingredients – Bee Venom, Snail Mucin and Syn-ake. True enough, Tony Moly released their Snail line first, then followed by their Syn-ake line, and now finally they have completed the final ingredient on our article – the Bee Venom line!

Bee venom has a long tradition as a folk remedy for arthritis and other degenerative diseases. As in the case of many natural folk treatments used for millennia throughout the world, bee venom contains active compounds that have therapeutic properties.

In addition to the venoms from snakes and scorpions, honeybee (Apis mellifera) venom (BV) is also known to have a natural antimicrobial effect.

The polypeptide melittin is the main component of honeybee venom. Melittin has a moderate antibacterial and antifungal activity against many kinds of organisms.

Using bee venom to treat acne caused by infection is effective, if not, more effective, than known antibacterial drugs and it has no side effects at all. It is also quite inexpensive. Bee venom therapy is considered a psycho neurological
approach for autoimmune and nervous system diseases

To read about the full scientific journal of Antibacterial and anti inflammatory effects of honeybee venom against acne-inducing bacteria done by a team of scientists from Daegu, Korea : click here

These products are free from 8 harsh chemicals ( paraben, mineral oil, etc..)

Currently there are three products in the line :

1. Tony Moly Honey Bee Skin Solution Mist

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2. Tony Moly Honey Bee Skin Solution Essence

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3. Tony Moly Honey Bee Skin Solution Cream

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8 Responses to “Tony Moly releases finally their bee line”

  1. emilie Says:

    dis moi mister , je peux la trouver où cette gamme :)))merci

  2. emilie Says:

    ça y est j’ai “rangé” en mettant les nouveaux produits d’abord et hop
    merci je crois que je vais tester 🙂

  3. Kev Jang Says:

    Isn’t bee venom used as a form of botox-like agent to induce paralysis at the local area? I remember that in Taiwan, doctors actually inject bee venom to induce swelling (partial) at the lip area so that the lips would look thicker and fuller as if it had just had a collagen filler injection.

    • Ahh. I’ve always heard about it being used to treat severe acne, but never heard it being used as a botox. Interesting.

      But i think the concentration here is much much much diluted than those used by therapist

      • Kev Jang Says:

        Yes, it does induce particular swelling at the local area, in this case the lips, where the bee sting is administered, and helps to create temporary swelling so that the lips look full and thick. It would sound really crazy but since it is on the surface and does not last for too long, I think that it is relatively mild.


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