Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Review / Bee Good Honey & Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser

Bee Good is an independent British brand, based in Hampshire, that gained deserved recognition in the last couple of years. It combines the goodness of the beehives with the finest botanicals to create reliable beauty products for the face and body.
They are also the only British brand to exclusively use British bee ingredients and to promote and  support British beekeepers, re-investing locally.

Some of the by-products that you will find in their products are: propolis – great for its antibacterial and  antioxidant properties – beeswax - conditioning and calming –  and wildflower honey - which is the perfect nourishing and soothing moisturiser.

Lately, I’ve been using the Bee Good Honey & Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser* which has a soft and rich consistency and it's easy to work into the skin.
I love to use a creamy cleanser in the evenings because I find that they are the best at removing every trace of make up, yet they are gentle enough to be used daily.

You simply massage it well into dry skin and then remove the product with the included muslin cloth, that also perform a gentle massaging exfoliation; I found it suitable to remove eye make up too and it didn’t sting the eyes. The cloth is also really good quality, soft and doesn’t scratch the skin.
The formulation has a delicate and natural scent and the packaging too – with its pastel colours – has a fresh appeal.
I'm definitely converted to this cleanser now and can appreciate and feel the good impact of these quality ingredients on my skin.

Have you tried anything from Bee Good yet?


  1. I've never actually heard of this brand but they sound lovely and very ethical too! xxx

    1. they have some gorgeous products, i have fallen in love!! xxx

  2. loving your reviews Ale :)

  3. Wow ,sound like a great Product ,the texture looks delicous :)

    1. its lovely on the skin and great performer too :)


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