Bird’s nest extract, a precious ingredient, and corallina officinalis, the so-called “bird’s nest from the bottom of the sea”, intensely enhances skin’s moisture level, and nourishes strongly.
Hydrolyzed soy and rice protein enhance skin’s defence, elasticity and transparency. They also relieve discomfort resulting from dryness.side of Asia might not know what bird's nest is... it is the product literally of a bird's nest; the saliva of birds. Obviously the bird's saliva is cleaned. The quality depends on when they are harvested. The most expensive are the ones earliest harvested. The ones later on are less expensive (but still expensive) because after the bird's eggs hatches the quality is reduced.
In Chinese people eat this. It is called 燕窩. It is a very nutritional but very costly - a bowl of bird's nest soup would cost $30 USD to $100 USD. A kilogram of white nest can cost up to $2,000 USD, and a kilogram of "red blood" nest can cost up to $10,000 USD. So really, it's not the typical Chinese cuisine you would often see.
It is rich in nutrients and it has health enhancing abilities and a list of other properties that helps your skin. Bird's nest is not cheap so if you think that this contains real bird's nest well obviously it won't, not at that price. All the same this is one of my favourite masks out of the MBD line. So like the actual cuisine the bird's nest mask has a very light scent, you could say it is unnoticeable, which is great for those who dislike strong smells. The mask is rich in moisture and leaves my skin noticeable soft and hydrated. Recently my skin had been a bit dry so I decided to purchase it again and it really helps adding moisture to my skin.