bird-droppings-facial.jpg Age defying creams and lotions are passé. The latest anti-aging wonder is the droppings of the nightingale bird used in a facial procedure. Used since ancient times by Japanese geishas and monks for a silky smooth skin, this treatment has been introduced to the modern world by Hari's hair salon in Knightsbridge, London.

Procedure Highlights
a. This facial contains the droppings of the nightingale bird.
b. This facial is rich in the enzyme guanine.
c. It repairs damaged and dull skin.
d. It can make the skin radiant and improve complexion.
e. It is 100 per cent organic.
f. The bird droppings are applied on the face along with Japanese white clay as a mask.
g. UV light is used to kill any bacteria that might be present in the mask.
h. This is a safe procedure.
i. This is a 90-minute facial.

The cost of the facial is approximately $250