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The Bee's Knees

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Did you know that you can put bee venom on your face, as a mask, and it's supposed to act like Botox and smooth everything out? Well, the Duchess of Cornwall did, and she loves it. And because of her enthusiasm, soon people in China will too: A British beauty firm has just landed a $164M ten-year distribution deal with China to sell products from the beauty line Heaven—including the $90 bee mask. [Daily Mail UK]