Natural Bee Farm
No Parabens! - No Added Scent or Fragrance! - No Propylene Glycol!
No other Harmful Chemicals.
We use only natural ingredients for our skin products.
All of beekeeping products we use are going from our Natural Bee Farm which is located in wild place. We do not use our bees for commercial pollination so our beekeeping products do not have any pesticides or harmful chemicals.
Natural Anti-aging/wrinkle skin cream. ( 50 grams )
This product contains:
Pure, Unrefined, Cold Pressed Coconut oil,
Apricot kernel oil,
Natural Anti-aging/wrinkle facial mask ( 9 oz )
This product contains:
Pure, Unrefined, Cold Pressed Coconut oil,
Honey from wild flowers
Why we use bee propolis in our skin care products?
Bee Propolis is a natural resin that bees produce to glue their hives together. Amazingly it also has antiseptic and antibiotic properties which makes propolis for skin an excellent treatment for all types of skin conditions. This all natural bee product is included in creams and ointments that can be used to treat many varieties of skin problems.
Propolis for skin problems such as acne will work to clense the skin from bacteria and other harmful substances and clear up most normal acne pimples and blemishes. It also seals necessary moisture into the skin to empart a beauty and softenss that will thrill any acne sufferer.
Propolis for skin burns coats the burns, kills the bacteria and prevents infection and boosts healing time. It also releives the pain associated with minor skin burns.
Propolis for skin rashes stops any secondary infections from scratching and soothes the itching while in many cases helping to fight the rash. Since it is a natural moisturizer it will help any rashes resulting from dry skin
Minor Scrapes And Scratches
Propolis in a topical ointment applied to minor wounds will enhance healing and protect against infection. Propolis for skin wounds keeps them clean and healing. It is amazing what these little bees have created.
Bee Propolis for skin care is an amazing discovery. Propolis not only soothes pain, is an antiseptic and antibiotic but it also has anti viral properties to it as well. Using this product on your skin can help keep it healthy and beautiful. Even as I wrote this there are more amazing thins being discovered about bee propolis for skin care.
Raw Beeswax. 1 lb.
Unheated, unprocessed, natural, non-GMO.
The health benefits of raw beeswax for the skin are almost too many to count. Obviously, one of the best benefits of using beeswax on the skin is the moisturizing and the softening. Unlike petroleum based parabens, raw beeswax is biologically “alive” .
Besides offering your skin a natural moisture and glow, the anti-allergenic and anti-inflammatory properties of bees wax can actually soothe easily irritated skin, making it one of the best skin care ingredients for those who suffer from allergies or other skin problems like rosacea or eczema.
Along with being a good alternative skin care ingredient for those with allergies, the anti-germicidal properties of beeswax have been found to help heal minor skin cuts, abrasions, scrapes and wounds. Beeswax also acts as a layer of protection when applied to the skin, protecting the skin from environmental irritants and even the weather. Beeswax lip balm is one of the best ways to keep your lips from getting chapped during these cold and windy winter months!
It might sound hard to believe, but raw beeswax has many of the same health benefits when applied to the hair as it does when rubbed into your skin. If you want to be healthy and natural, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to rub chemicals into your skin, so why rub artificial ingredients into your hair and your scalp?
Why we use beeswax in our skin care products?
Acting as a surfactant, beeswax, when blended into cold creams and other skin lotions forms a protective barrier on the surface of the skin. This barrier, according to Koster Keunan, a global organic wax supplier, provides a film of protection against irritants while still allowing the skin to breathe.
This barrier may also aid in protecting the tender skin on your lips. The Mayo Clinic recommends using a lip balm that contains beeswax during cold weather to reduce your chances of developing chapped lips.
In its natural state, beeswax is firm but pliable. Melted and combined with other ingredients, beeswax adds body to skin care products, making creams thicker. Like other beehive products, including honey and royal jelly, beeswax offers anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral benefits, according to the magazine, Delicious Living, making it potentially beneficial for treating minor skin irritations.
Dry, rough skin may benefit from creams, lotions or soaps that contain beeswax. When added to skin care products, beeswax acts as an emollient and a humectant, drawing moisture to the skin and sealing it in, reports Botanical.com. Beeswax also contains vitamin A, which may be beneficial in softening and rehydrating dry skin and in cell reconstruction.
Beeswax may have mild antibacterial properties, according to a 2005 study conducted at Dubai Specialized Medical Center in the United Arab Emirates. Researchers combined honey, olive oil and beeswax, then applied the mixture to laboratory plates on which the bacteria, Staphylococcus aureus, and the fungus, Candida albicans were growing. The honey/beeswax mixture inhibited the growth of the bacteria and fungus, making beeswax, along with honey, potentially beneficial in the treatment of diaper rash and other bacterial skin conditions.
Why we use organic honey in our skin care products?
Honey is not only good for the body when consumed, but also very useful for the skin. Benefits of honey since the days of Cleopatra in ancient Egypt known as the face of water used.
Honey and pollen mengadung 80 percent sugar, the rest are minerals such as iron, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, amino acids. Honey also contains vitamins C, B, and water. What are the benefits of honey for skin health?
Honey has the qualities as a humectant, so often used as a moisturizer in various cosmetics. Honey is not only bind water, but also to maintain healthy skin from the inside out, so it remains supple and elastic, while protecting the skin against wrinkles and dryness.
Honey has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, to give the healing properties. This property prevents the growth of certain bacteria to produce hydrogen peroxide to the enzyme, so that natural honey as a treatment to be able to accelerate the healing of wounds and abrasions can be used.
Certain types of honey, Manuka how to heal in a position to diseases such as eczema. Honey can treat damaged skin and accelerate the regeneration of skin cells as the most important element in the healing of eczema and other forms of dermatitis.
Be a skin infection by ringworm (roundworms) causes can also be treated with Manuka honey. The concept of roundworms (ringworm) refers to fungal infections affecting the skin surface.
Honey is always for its natural antioxidant properties, which play an important role in protecting the skin damage caused by UV rays famous. Frequent sun exposure causes skin damage, premature skin aging and even skin cancer. Honey can to protect sun cream on the skin from the sun.
Honey can fight the infection under the skin due to blockage in the pores and draw out impurities. Honey can also cause has active properties that invade the follicle and killing the bacteria that cause acne and infections.
Mix one teaspoon of honey with one teaspoon of vegetable oil and a quarter teaspoon of lemon juice. This is a natural conditioner mix.To use it you can use any part of your body dry menggosokannya.Let sit for 10 minutes and then rinse.
Honey can be used to overcome the problem of chapped lips and wrinkles, so it will be smooth and soft.
Honey can be used to remove dead skin cells on the outer surface of the skin.
Many beauty products on the market have harmful chemicals in them; do your favorite beauty products contain any of these things?:
Heavily used preservatives in the cosmetic industry; used in an estimated 13,200 cosmetic and skin care products. Studies implicate their connection with cancer because their hormone-disrupting qualities mimic estrogen and could disrupt your body’s endocrine system.
Mineral Oil, Paraffin, and Petrolatum
These petroleum products coat the skin like plastic – clogging pores and creating a build-up of toxins. They can slow cellular development, creating earlier signs of aging. They’re implicated as a suspected cause of cancer. Plus, they can disrupt hormonal activity. When you think about black oil pumped from deep underground, ask yourself why you’d want to put that kind of stuff on your skin.
Sodium laurel or lauryl sulfate (SLS), also known as sodium laureth sulfate (SLES) Found in over 90% of personal care products! They break down your skin’s moisture barrier, potentially leading to dry skin with premature aging. And because they easily penetrate your skin, they can allow other chemicals easy access. SLS combined with other chemicals may become a “nitrosamine” – a potent carcinogen.
Found in many facial creams. Linked to mammary tumors.
Common cosmetic moisturizer and carrier for fragrance oils. May cause dermatitis and skin irritation. May inhibit skin cell growth. Linked to kidney and liver problems.
Phenol carbolic acid
Found in many lotions and skin creams. Can cause circulatory collapse, paralysis, convulsions, coma, and even death from respiratory failure.
Hidden in ingredients such as PEG, polysorbates, laureth, ethoxylated alcohols. Very common in personal care products. These chemicals are often contaminated with high concentrations of highly volatile 1,4-dioxane that’s easily absorbed through the skin. Its carcinogenicity was first reported in 1965, and later confirmed in studies including one from the National Cancer Institute in 1978. Nasal passages are considered extremely vulnerable, making it, in my opinion, a really bad idea to use these things on your face.
May be very poisonous! Made from petroleum and coal tar… found in most synthetic fragrances. Chronic exposure linked to anemia, lowered blood cell count, liver or kidney damage…May affect a developing fetus.
by far one of the most damaging of all. It can cause reproductive system and hormonal problems and is on high alert in the cosmetic industry as one to avoid. Steps are being taken to banning it in cosmetics.