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Bird poop facial

Would You Pay $216 For a Poop Facial?

The latest skin-perfecting treatment to have New York women all in a tizzy is, quite literally, a load of crap. Bird crap, to be exact. The "Geisha Facial" is so named because geisha have used nightingale droppings as a makeup remover. (You can buy your own from Chidoriya.) The facial entails slathering your face in guano flown in from Japan. (Thankfully, it is zapped with a UV light to kill any lingering bacteria.) All this for the low, low price of $216.

But it's not all BS: The poop contains a compound called guanine, which is said to remove pollutants from the skin, to clear pores, and to even out skin tone. It's my doody to ask you: Would you try this treatment, or are you pooh-poohing it?

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dcroan dcroan 7 years
Funny. This "shit" is literally on the front page of CNN.com right now. Way to go BellaSugar.
dcroan dcroan 7 years
Funny. This "shit" is literally on the front page of CNN.com right now. Way to go BellaSugar.
keiraz keiraz 7 years
ewww is that a joke or whatthere is a saying where I live, that I won't tell right now lollll it is about those who spend so much money on "crap"!
keiraz keiraz 7 years
ewww is that a joke or what there is a saying where I live, that I won't tell right now lollll it is about those who spend so much money on "crap"!
TFS TFS 7 years
MY DAD LIVES IN NEW YORK & HE WENT FOR OEN OF THESE AND IT DIDNT DO ANYTHING EXCEPT GIVE HIM A RASH, HE ACTUALLY WENT BACK AND DEMANDED HIS MONEY BACK OR HE WOULD SUE.LOL
darlene darlene 7 years
thats gross
darlene darlene 7 years
thats gross
amila44 amila44 7 years
Cover my face with what is all over my car nowadays? No thanks. Actually I wouldn't pay that for ANY facial, not when I have to pay for things like FOOD and GAS. Sheesh. My pores are the least of my worries.
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 7 years
lol no
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 7 years
lol no
Jenny86 Jenny86 7 years
Eww, no thanks!My mom probably would, though.
Jenny86 Jenny86 7 years
Eww, no thanks! My mom probably would, though.
gooz1231 gooz1231 7 years
guanine is one of the bases that makes up dna. clearly the poop would contain some sort of genetic material. and treating it with UV light would probably damage the guanine anyway.i really dont see how this is special. it just sounds like a big scam to me
italianblonde italianblonde 7 years
Wow..this might be the nastiest thing I've read for awhile.
tglynn tglynn 7 years
$216? It's $17.99 on the Chidoriya website. Anyway, it's UV treated. So, I'd try it for $17.99.
tglynn tglynn 7 years
$216? It's $17.99 on the Chidoriya website. Anyway, it's UV treated. So, I'd try it for $17.99.
bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 7 years
Ugh. No.
bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 7 years
Ugh. No.
DolceDulce DolceDulce 7 years
a bad idea in so many ways. first of all, bird crap is 100% uric acid. it is the same everywhere. secondly, why would you pay 200+ for uric acid when you can just get a sacilylic acid treatment for much cheaper?
emalove emalove 7 years
Never!
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Ewwwwwwwwwww no.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Ewwwwwwwwwww no.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 7 years
No way! Unless that bird poops 24kt gold or platinum, nothing from that birds rear is going to be used on my face. No, Never, Can't make me (well maybe if you gave $10,000, then I might,lol.)
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 7 years
Haha. I actually heard of this recently. I probably would never want one, but I can't say I'm as grossed out as other people. I think my own poop grosses me out more than bird poop.
lily8206 lily8206 7 years
I wouldn't get a Poop Facial for free!
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