I recently received the Bee Good Honey & Wild Water Mint 3-in-1 Cleansing Water in my Dream Beauty Box by British Beauty Blogger and was really impressed with the results, and therefore I couldn’t wait to try more products from the range.
Bee Good is a Hampshire based skincare company started in 2008 at the kitchen table of husband and wife, Simon and Caroline. Experienced beekeeper Simon keeps hives in old orchards surrounding his home, and it was Caroline’s interest in using the excess honey and beeswax, which led to the first Bee Good products, made using centuries-old recipes. Combining precious ingredients from British bee-hives with the finest botanicals, their products are designed to make a real difference to your skin.
Honey, Borage and Echium Intensive Hand Repair £12 for 50ml
This is an intensive multi-use repair treatment to rescue and soothe even the driest skin. As well as hands, it can also be used on feet and elbows or anywhere else where you have severe dryness. Active ingredients include moisturising British wild flower honey, British echium oil to calm and replenish plus skin-strengthening borage.
Each Bee Good product is made in Great Britain, and the Intensive Hand Repair is in a handy-sized pump bottle. The cream is that thick and intensive that it does take quite a good push down on the pump to release the product. A little of the pretty delicate fragranced-cream goes a long way and sunk well into my skin straightaway which is something I really loved about this product as sometimes with thinner consistency hand creams they take ages to dry however well you rub them in. I noticed results straight away with the Hand Repair and my skin looked and felt smoothed and refreshed.
Vanilla & Honey Lip Balm £4.75 for 10ml
This is a rich, deeply replenishing lip balm which intensively conditions and soothes dry, chapped lips. Active ingredients include protective British beeswax, natural source vitamin E, British borage oil and replenishing British echium oil, some of which were also in the Hand Repair cream. With such natural ingredients, you know that you are getting a quality item which will be really good for your skin.
The Vanilla & Honey Lip Balm is in a little tube, with a screw-on lid, with a slanted applicator in which the lip balm comes out of. Again, as Bee Good’s products are so intensive, it requires a good squeeze to get the formula out. It is a rich, transparent waxy balm, that hydrates the lips as soon as you apply it and really made a difference on my flaky chapped lips after returning home from Egypt, as I often find travelling by plane leaves my skin and lips really dehydrated. The vanilla and honey scent is scrumptious and really comes through but doesn’t leave that perfumed feeling on the lips.
Have you tried any Bee Good products?