Honey bee venom has been used as a healing agent since prehistoric times. The first records of its use date as far back as Ancient Egypt. Galen of Pergamon and Paracelsus made numerous skin preparations from honey bee venom.
Apiremin cream with honey bee venom softens the upper layers of the skin and encourages its blood supply.
The cream absorbs fast and does not leave the skin oily.
Before applying the cream, rinse your skin thoroughly with warm water. Apply cream in a thick film and rub gently into the skin. Repeat the procedure twice per day. The cream absorbs quickly and does not leave the skin oily, thus keeping your clothes clean. Apply the cream five days in a row, followed by a two- or three-day break.
For external use only. Rinse your hands thoroughly with soap and water after each application.
Individuals oversensitive to honey bee venom should not use this product.
Store in a dark, cold place with temperature below 25 °C.
Aqua, stearic acid, glycerin, isopropyl myristate, alcohol , paraffinum liquidum, camphor (2.5 %), cetyl alcohol, cetearyl alcohol, triethanolamine, bee venom (0.015 %), benzyl nicotinate (0.3 %), methyl salicylate (0.2 %), potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate.
Honey bee venom
Honey bee venom is produced in the venom glands of worker bees. Its main substances are enzymes, the most important among them being melittin.