- Face cream made from human blood is latest craze in celebrity skincare
- Each $1000 tub of ‘MC1‘ cream is made using proteins found in blood
- Claims to reduce signs of ageing by building collagen and shrinking pores
- Created by doctor Barbara Sturm and is available now at Dorchester hotel
Want to know the secret to youthful skin? It seems the answer could be in your DNA.
Face cream made from human blood has emerged as the latest craze in celebrity skincare.
Used by various celebrities, each $1000 tub of the ‘MC1’ cream is made using proteins and growth factors found in blood.
And it claims to reduce the signs of ageing by building collagen, shrinking pores and increasing the healing power of cells in the skin, as well as helping to clear up conditions such as psoriasis.