Saving Face with a Bird Poop Facial
Surprisingly, the use of bird poop isn't a passing fad: Nightingale droppings were considered a healing agent by geishas in ancient Japan. But still, the big question is: Does it smell, well, like poop? The salon explains: "Although the [bird poop] has a slight musky aroma on its own, Shizuka's special mask formulation neutralizes this aroma, leaving a mild 'organic' smell from the rice bran."
For a demonstration of the Geisha Facial, check out this video.
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