About Bee Natural Beauty
Straight from the beehive to you, Bee Natural is our honey-tinged range of five must-have beauty products (plus two special products for the gardeners out there!).
The natural line harnesses the healing, replenishing and cleansing properties of honey in four honey-laced botanical and nut fragrance options.
Bee Natural combines 100% Australian Beechworth Honey with nut and botanical extracts and oils carefully selected to be as pure as possible. Gentle on you, the environment and the honeybees.
Our skin care range does not contain artificial colours, synthetic fragrances, sulphates and parabens, is not tested on animals and is made in Australia.
Bush Honey & Macadamia, Mountain Honey & Lavender, Meadow Honey & Grapefruit and Banksia Honey & Rosemary... we're sure you will find a favourite range today!
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Did You Know...
Bees Love Lavender
Did you know flowering lavender is a proven bee favourite in the garden? Lavender is great for the skin with benefits including being an antiseptic and anti-fungal which helps to reduce scarring and speeds healing. The essential oil is also an anti-inflammatory and circulatory stimulant.
So what makes honey such a great skincare ingredient?
Well where to begin?
Firstly, honey is a humectant, which means that it attracts and traps moisture on the skin. It’s a source of carbohydrates and also contains a number of vitamins and minerals including calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc.
And as if all of that isn’t enough, honey is also anti-bacterial and a potent source of antioxidants. So honey isn’t just wonderful to eat, it also has great natural skincare properties.
Natural beauty throughout history...
You’ve probably never thought about smearing sticky honey all over your face, but if you did you’d be in good company as honey has been used for thousands of years as a natural beauty ingredient and in many a famous lady’s beauty routine.
Cleopatra’s daily cleansing rituals are well known. She added honey to her milk baths to keep her skin smooth and firm and Emperor Nero’s second wife was said to wash her face seven times a day with a milk and honey lotion.
Madame du Barry, the last mistress of King Louis XV of France, used honey as a face mask and Queen Anne was believed to have used a secret honey and oil recipe to keep her hair thick and shiny.