BEE GOOD | Product Review.

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Who Are They?

Bee Good is an independent British skincare company based in rural Hampshire. We harness the potent properties of honey bee ingredients and expertly blend them with naturally active botanicals to create a range of gentle yet effective skincare for women and men of all ages and all skin types. To read more about the brand click here.

I was Kindly sent out 3 products to try from BEE GOOD.

The first product is a Honey & Camelina Facial Exfoliator which retails for £11. The packaging states that inside is Milled Lavender flowers that gently lift and exfoliate away dead skin cells without irritation. Wheatgerm oil soothes and moisturises dry skin whilst British propolis help to balance problematic skin and camelina oil protects and nourishes.

IMG_7748_FotorSince a teenager ive always exfoliated and I love one thats quite gritty and bitty where as this one is very subtle so if your a person whom likes a lighter texture this would be perfect for you! Ive used this daily for around 14 days and I have to say its left my skin VERY soft and smooth. To be honest its perfect for a daily use as its not to harsh on the skin and Milled flowers work perfectly for a daily exfoliator. Ive really enjoyed using the product and the scent is also light so not over powering at all. It leaves the skin feeling refreshed and light.

 

 

IMG_7741_FotorNext product which is defiantly my favourite out of the 3 I tried. Im a lip balm addict I have hundreds literally ha! This one states –

A deeply nourishing balm for dry or chapped lips

Winner of the Bee Good Great British Lip Balm Competition 2015, our Raspberry & White Chocolate Lip Balmwas inspired by beauty vlogger Joseph Harwood. Subtle, fruity raspberry notes are balanced perfectly by the sweetness of white chocolate which adds a little touch of indulgence – truly addictive!

All skin types

Key ingredients include:

British beeswax ,British crambe oil, British echium oil, British Borage oil, British wildflower honey ,Vitamin E .

The scent reminds me of a 99 ice cream with the red sauce on. Its exactly like that infact. Its a very scrumptious flavour. Its like my lips silky smooth and I would HIGHLY recommend giving it ago you won’t regret it. It comes with a lip applicator attached and a small amount goes a long way. This retails for £4.75 bargain!

 

IMG_7745_FotorAnd lastly is this Youth enhancing Eye cream. I was sent a sample size however the actual pot is bigger at 15ml.

What do they claim?

For all skin types, especially mature or ageing skin

  • Visibly lifts, plumps & firms

  • Brightens the delicate eye area

  • Softens the appearance of fine lines & wrinkles

  • Hydrates & protects

  • Strengthens & enhances skin elasticity

The cream is very light weight and claims to visibly improve signs of ageing. I did enjoy the cream and I thought it was very nourishing. I cant say that I noticed a huge difference in regards to dark circles or anti ageing but I did only have a sample so a larger size may improve skin over time.I did enjoy the product and found it light and hydrating. It also was a beauty winner in 2015. This retails for £19.95

Thank you To BEE GOOD for sending out these products for me to try! Check out their full range of products here.

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Author: Life With 2 Tots

Hello, I’m a mummy to 2 crazy wild toddlers. I love all things makeup,skin care and shoes. Just trying to navigate this thing called parenting.

One thought

  1. Mmm I’m still stuck on the image of a 99 ice-cream cone & flake. Yum!
    This range sounds really tempting. I have a feeling I might have heard of it before but never tried it or knew about specific products. Great write-up 😊
    Caz x

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