Strange Beauty Products of the 21st Century: Buy Your Mood Dress, Eye Lash Drops, Cookie Breast Enlarger and Others Now
Women of the current generation are undoubtedly full of glamor showing evident interests on things that can potentially bring their beauty and physical attributes sky high.
Indeed, the technology of the 21st century has brought different beauty products exclusively women; however, with the exaggeration of technology and human being’s desire of perfection, some of these beauty products are not anymore the typical and enhanced version of, say, lip gloss, make-up kits, etc. In fact, strange creations have been invented as these beauty products got its hold of the cosmetic consumerism.
Breast Enlarger Cookies from Japan
Imagine a cookie that can actually enhance the size of a woman’s breast. Recently this 2005, one unique beauty product has been introduced in the Japanese public and later internationally about a cookie that contains Pueraria Mirifica. The miracle root herb can most commonly be found in the northern eastern Thailand and Myanmar. The plant’s common name is Kwao Krua and it has been identified as an unusual estrogenic phenol miroestrol in 1952.
In 1932, Dr. A.F.G. Kerr, the Director of the Botanical Section of the Journal of the Siam Society, identified this plant as a rejuvenating drug with the following benefits:
- Increase appetite, and – Alleviate sleep disorders,
- Increase blood circulation,
- Increase energy and vigor, more reflexive bodily movements,
- Eye Drops for Lengthening the Lashes and (5) Darken white hair, and increase hair growth.
However, Japanese scientists also claim the breast enlarging benefit of this herb. From the recent Bust Up Gum Store in Japan, this F-Cup Cookies are not being sold to their consumers interested of increasing the size of their breasts.
Mood Dress of Philips Technology
How nice would it be to have an easy-to-see, visual indication of your wife’s true state of agitation when all she’ll tell you is that she’s “fine”? Hahaha. From the popular 1970’s mood ring comes the ever-awaited mood dress, which involves a very similar concept with the traditional color-changing ring. From Philips Electronics technology, this mood dress is said to adapt to the emotional state of the wearer. Only last year, the emotional mood dress prototype icon, Phillips’ Bubelle, has landed on Time’s Best Inventions of the Year list. The idea was developed by a group of researcher under Philips’s Skin Proces led by Lucy McRae. The dress is made up of two layers, specifically the superficial biometric sensor layer responsible for the detection of the emotion and the color and lights emitting second layer.