Are you a skin care product snob? How about a do-it-yourself type adventurer? If you’re one of these two things, then you might want to know about the latest buzz in the skin care world. All I can say is If you’ve got a cat, be sure to keep that kitty litter box full. That cat poop might be more effective than you think. All joking aside, the latest trend in skin ingredients is none other than exotic cat poop.
Hermetise Is Expensive And It All Comes From Cat Poop
No, but seriously – I’m not joking!
There’s a luxury skin care line that exists out there called Hermetise and it’s currently being marketed as the best choice for those looking to purchase a “facelift in a bottle.” The formula contains the excrements of a very fancy cat. It’s being sold in a number of places and I’m willing to guess it’s flying off the shelves. Just kidding, I have no idea how quickly it’s selling. What I can say is that it most certainly does contain cat poop, in a round about way.
One of the main active ingredients in the Hermetise three-step beauty treatment is something called Kopi Luwak. This is a very rare, exotic type of coffee. You will most likely NEVER find this coffee at the local Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks. Heck, you can even hit the fancy pants Panther Coffee and they’re not going to have this stuff. It’s literally that exotic and rare.
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Where does it come from? I thought you’d never ask! It actually comes from the excrements of the Civet. The Civet is a rare feline that lives in parts of Asia. It’s not very common either. You’re probably wondering how the heck coffee comes from a rare cat pooping.
Well, I’ll tell you right now. The Civet commonly enjoys eating cherry beans because they enjoy the taste of the beans. That’s all good and dandy, however, they aren’t able to break the seeds down. During the digestion process, the seed goes through a fermentation process. Once the cats take a poop, the farmers collect the beans. They wash them, dry them, and eventually roast them to form an exotic coffee.
That’s just the beginning…they spice things up a bit by adding in some 24-karat gold and oxygen.
If you’re up for the challenge of trying this super exotic skin care product, then you better be prepared to spend big bucks. This entire trio of Hermetise products cost a whopping $5,000. Yes, you’ll be paying a large five grand to apply cat poop to your skin.
I think even the richest celebs would be a bit reluctant to try this line. I’d bet money that you’ll never catch The Rock trading his La Mer in for this product. No way in hell!
For those daring enough to give this expensive feline feces skin care product a try, check out the official company site for more info.
Please note, we do not suggest you do anything with the cat poop in your kitty litter box. It’s very important that you not do anything with the excrements aside from throwing them away. Don’t even think about it…