Beauty products may soon contain parts of fish, according to a new research. But the question being asked is - will shoppers buy skin care that is made of fish bits? NIWA (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research) researchers studied the effect of fish waste on human skin cells and found that it was highly effective in getting rid of wrinkles. It also improves the skin cells in the body. The finals tests are likely to be carried out in France.

Research Highlights
a. This research has been conducted over a period of 5 years.
b. Researchers studied the effects of fish parts against human skin.
c. They used more than 150 different species.
d. Skin cells grown in test tubes were used for the study.
e. Researchers used the skin, liver parts of the gut, the eyes and the gills in their study.

Findings
a. It was seen that parts of fish penetrate the cells and protect them from within.
b. The effects of fish parts were different from the effects of ordinary UV protectants.
c. It was seen that the fish product increased the longevity of the skin cells last.
d. However, all the parts of the fish are not good for the skin.