I Tried The Bird Poop Facial | Beauty With Mi | Refinery29



Watch as Refinery29’s beauty writer Mi-Anne Chan gets the Geisha Facial treatment at New York’s Shizuka, it’s main ingredient being bird poop. Yep. You read that right.

Geishas were well-known for their porcelain complexion, but it came at a cost as the zinc in their face powder would cause chronic skin problems. The use of nightingale poop facials would remove the excess makeup and help to brighten and heal their skin. This traditional beauty treatment is now being used today to garner the same results. Shizuka spa ends each facial with a hydrating green tea collagen mask.

Mi-Anne brought along model Sonya Esman to experience the whole process and determine whether or not bird poop really does give you great skin! Watch to see the before and after results on this episode of ‘Beauty With Mi.’

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Correction: A previous version of this story misidentified “guanine,” as an amino acid rather than a nitrogenous base. We regret the error.

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I Tried The Bird Poop Facial | Beauty With Mi | Refinery29



Watch as Refinery29’s beauty writer Mi-Anne Chan gets the Geisha Facial treatment at New York’s Shizuka, it’s main ingredient being bird poop. Yep. You read that right.

Geishas were well-known for their porcelain complexion, but it came at a cost as the zinc in their face powder would cause chronic skin problems. The use of nightingale poop facials would remove the excess makeup and help to brighten and heal their skin. This traditional beauty treatment is now being used today to garner the same results. Shizuka spa ends each facial with a hydrating green tea collagen mask.

Mi-Anne brought along model Sonya Esman to experience the whole process and determine whether or not bird poop really does give you great skin! Watch to see the before and after results on this episode of ‘Beauty With Mi.’

WANT A BIRD POOP FACIAL?
Shizuka New York Day Spa

ABOUT SERIES
Explore the craziest trends, most unique treatments, newest products, and strangest subcultures in the beauty world alongside Refinery29’s very own beauty writer, Mi-Anne Chan. We dare to find and try the fringes of beauty — for better or worse.

ABOUT REFINERY29
Refinery29 is a modern woman’s destination for how to live a stylish, well-rounded life.

RELATED CONTENT
Check out Mi-Anne’s trip to the LUSH factory in Toronto:

SEE MORE REFINERY29 VIDEOS

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Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel:
For the latest trends and videos, visit:
Like Refinery29 on Facebook:
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Heart Refinery29 on Instagram:

TALENT
Follow Mi-Anne on Instagram:
Follow Sonya Esman on Instagram:

Correction: A previous version of this story misidentified “guanine,” as an amino acid rather than a nitrogenous base. We regret the error.

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