This ingredient is a delicacy in the form of nests constructed by the salivary secretions of swiftlets. It contains all the beneficial essence from the swiftlets’ diet, and therefore is good for overall well-being. Not only is it a pure and natural tonic, it is also a rare and precious delicacy.
In ancient China, Bird’s Nest was used in a beauty recipe for concubines of the imperial court, considered as a secret of eternal youth.
In fact, it has become a popular beauty ingredient again in the last several years due to its' water-soluble protein. To date, Watsons 'Bird’s Nest' range is one of the best selling skin care lines in China.