1. Bull semen
Bull’s ejaculation serves as a protein-laden component of the expensive conditioner that we use.
2. Infant foreskin
You dont even believe it, but, Infant foreskin is one of the constituents of face cream.
3. Whale puke
Whale’s vomit and (in some cases) whale excreta is used in perfumes.
4. Crushed beetles
Crushed beetles are used as the glossy lipstick.
And notably, Starbucks has admitted to using crushed beetles in their coffee.
5. Shark liver oil
Squalene, extracted from shark liver, is used in moisturisers. Not just that, squalene from sharks is also credited as a cancer-preventing substance.
6. Snail goo
Snails secretions are rich in glycolic acid and elastin. Both glycolic acid and elastin work like magic on your skin and are used in high end facial creams.
Diatomaceous earth is a rock that is soft enough to be crumbled into a powder. It’s mild nature makes it suitable for cosmetic use. However, in dynamite form, it is used to stabilize nitroglycerin.
Urea was used in fairness creams till the 1950s.
9. Bird droppings
Bird poop spawns multi-purpose skincare product.
10. Dead algae
Dead algae or diatomaceous earth is used as a skin cleaner and exfoliating body scrub. The gooey algae is also used in facials and treats acne too.