snails! (Slowly, of course.) Your time in the spotlight as the weirdest beauty ingredient is coming to a close, now that chicken feathers, starfish, and spiderwebs are being touted as the next big things — in other words the Jennifer Lawrences and Lupita Nyong'os — of the beauty industry.Move over,
"Breakthroughs come in all forms," says cosmetic chemist Ni'Kita Wilson, CEO and director of innovation at New Jersey-based Catalyst Cosmetic Development. "Many ingredients used in cosmetics were discovered by accident — perhaps proven to be effective in other industries — and, after taking a deeper look, they were determined to be suitable for skin care and cosmetic use." The fact that these ingredients are so weird just kind of makes them seem cooler to us, and proves people are willing to try just about anything int he same of looking good. Here's a peek at what's on the horizon.
It's as if the feathers of this farm animal are taking over the world (or at least a bunch of