Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Bee Yummy Skin Food



Bee Yummy Skin food* (2oz - £32) from a beautiful world is quite simply one of the most 'delicious' moisturisers I've ever used! It is "so pure you could eat it". Made from wildflower honey, honey cappings, bee pollen, propolis, St John's Wort oil, Royal Jelly, purified water and Balsam Fir needles.


Honey is collected from straight from the comb and contains the cappings of the hive. Pollen is collected by the honey bees and St John's Wort flowers are picked at noon when the juice is in the flowers. The propolis is of the highest quality and the tips of Balsam firs are a good source of Vitamin C.  The cream is made from totally raw and organic ingredients and is suitable for all skin types.

No preservatives are needed as honey, propolis and Balsam fir are natural preservatives.

The cream is super nourishing and smells delicious (I've even caught hubby trying it out!)  It absorbs easily and leaves the skin feeling quite simply fed! It's one of the nicest moisturisers I've ever tried.

The cream contains minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, bioflavonoids and nutrients. It also is great for eczema, psoriasis, healing wounds, burns, sunburn and bruises.

To use: use as a moisturiser 2-3 times a day and as a healing salve every 60-90 minutes.

See more information here.

*PR sample

26 comments:

  1. Hello Sandra,

    this sounds so nice and so "real", i really would like to try it (or at least smell it :) )

    Ila x

    http://cleanserblog.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. It's fab! I'm pretty sure you'd love it! x

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  2. Wow this does sound lovely! Will definitely have to check this out as I love natural products.

    Thanks for sharing :)

    Paula at Beauty Lover xx

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    1. It's gorgeous so moisturising x

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  3. This looks so lovely and nourishing for dry skin during the winter season x

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    1. perfect for winter and love that it's multi-purpose too x

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  4. Sounds lovely, although big thumbs down for using propolis and royal jelly :( x

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  5. Sounds almost good enough to eat! x

    Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves

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    1. It's one of the nicest moisturisers I've used x

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  7. This sounds really good, I much prefer these types of formulations as they seem to be less troublesome for sensitive skin.

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    1. It is really lovely. I'd say sensitive skin would love it x

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  8. This sounds like such a good moisturiser, I love the smell of honey :) xx

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    1. Its fab its for a sort of herbal slightly honey scent - quite unique x

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  9. I've tried a small sample size of this moisturizer and always lusted for more. Alas, current stash doesn't deplete quick enough for me, so I'll have to wait. But it is such a goodie!!

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    1. So glad you loved it! It will be one I'll definitely purchase like you when current stash depleted! x

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  10. Sounds lovely - I’d probably use it as a healing salve x

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    1. It's gorgeous! I love that it is multi-purpose x

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  11. this sounds lovely, it looks so thick and moisturising xx
    mollyox.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. It is beautiful so moisturising x

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