Thursday, 16 October 2014

Bee Good | Honey & Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser and Honey & Wild Flax Daily Moisturiser

I love the Bee Good range and they are super popular again on the blogosphere at the moment so I've decided to give you all another review of their products. My first review was their honey and vanilla lip balm, and wild water mint cleanser which can be found here. I've since added a couple of new products to my collection being the honey and propolis 2-in-1 cream cleanser and the honey and wild flax daily moisturiser. 

The honey and propolis 2-in-1 cleanser comes in a really easy to open and use tube along with muslin cloth to clean the skin afterwards. I've been using this cleanser as a replacement for the Espa hydrating cleansing milk as it's less harsh to my skin and leaves it feeling a lot softer and soothed afterwards. I find it completely removes all my make up, including the stubborn Benefit They're Real push-up liner which is a bugger to remove, without being too harsh and leaving my skin sore and dry. The muslin cloth is a lovely touch to leaving your skin feeling polished and perfected afterwards. The cream cleanser contains propolis which is known for it's antibacterial properties, and I can say I haven't been breaking out as much lately. I've normally used this as a two-step evening regime. 

Afterwards I've been applying the honey and wild flax daily moisturiser. The moisturiser is intended for normal to dry combination skin and can leave my skin quite oily. Because of this I decided to use it as an evening cream, or when my skin has felt like it really needs a burst of hydration and I'm not too bothered about the oil slick. I have noticed that my skin feels a lot more hydrated and softer in the morning; and yet again this product contains propolis so along with the cream cleanser has helped to keep all those pesky spots at bay. 

Both of these products can be bought from the Bee Good website, the cream cleanser comes in at £11.50* but you only need a small amount of product to last a long way so 100ml will last a couple of months. The hydrating moisturiser is a little more expensive at £19.50* for 50ml, but as an evening cream and applying only once daily this would last a long time for me. I think I would mainly use both of these products together when my skin is breaking out, so will be especially good over the winter months for that burst of hydration. 
*This post contains PR sample(s) or has been written in collaboration, all opinions are my own. 

4 comments:

  1. Never tried this, might have to x

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  2. The cream cleanser sounds great! I like that they are natural and made in the UK as well - need to keep an eye out for them x

    Jasmin Charlotte | UK Lifestyle Blog

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    1. They have them on offer at Waitrose at the moment x

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