Antigens are the enemy and ostriches are your allies. Apparently, the famous flightless African bird has one of the highest anti-body counts among animals and is one of the healthiest in the animal kingdom. It also has the best complexion.
Because of its powerful immune system, an ostrich rarely suffers breakouts or creepiness. So now there is no need for you to bury your face in the sand if you are ashamed of your dull skin tone or lackluster complexion. Just use Ubuna skincare products which contain antibodies taken from the egg yolk of the world’s largest and fastest two-toed land bird.
Antigens accelerate the formation of wrinkles and dull the complexion. Japanese scientists now believe that natural antibodies commonly found in the eggs of ostriches can help fight these skin aggressors.
UBUNA Beauty’s skincare products are powered by natural Antibody Technology, a by-product of medical research by the Avian Studies department of Japan’s Kyoto Prefecture University in Japan which has revealed that anti-bodies used to fight off viruses can also effectively helped boost ceramide replenishment and neutralize skin-damaging antigens.
Reportedly, the unfertilized egg yolks of the common ostrich contain one of the highest concentrations of natural antibodies. Using a humane and sustainable process that does not harm the animal, the unfertilized yolks are extracted and processed to make Ubuna’s globally-patented hero active ingredient – natural antibodies.
These are now available in the form of four hero serums and two moisturizing creams. Other ingredients include rice bran oil, silver vine, and sakura or cherry blossom.
UBUNA Beauty is a cross-cultural beauty collaboration formed by Osamu Maeda of Zeal Cosmetics and Thomas Winarick, Vice-President of BioBoutique Beauty Lab and president of Florida’s Luxury Lab LLC.
The market for fish roe and snail slime is drying up. An ostrich knows and exercises the power of pretty. The ostrich is the new face of beauty.