I’ve been loving seeing more and more from Bee Good recently; seen them in lots more posts as well as them having a product in the BBB Dream Box! From the first time I used their ‘Honey & Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser’ (see my post for that HERE) I had a feeling that this was a brand that I was going to love, and that others would too and I’m really pleased that I wasn’t wrong!
Needless to say when I was given the chance to try out another product of theirs I said ‘yes yes yes!’, I really have fallen in love with their cleanser and the company as a whole with their natural ingredients and support of British bee conservation. The product I have been given a chance to try out is their ‘Honey & Wild Flax Daily Moisturiser’
The cream smells similar to the cleanser with a really natural, slightly citrus/floral scent but it’s even more subtle which I think plenty of people will appreciate, considering it stays on your face. It has barely any smell, but the gentle scent that it does have is really really nice.
Once the cream sinks in to the skin (in almost no time at all) there’s no residue left, you wouldn’t even think you’d applied anything other than for the fact that your skin feels plump and healthy. My skin is, honestly, the best that it’s ever been and I put a lot of that down to the fact that the dryness that I get is massively improved. I can’t say that it’s totally down to this moisturiser as I’ve been using some, other, fantastic products recently, too, but I definitely think that it’s something to do with it.
|Yay, my second label to plant in the garden once I get the chance!|
You can buy all of the Bee Good products via their website, http://beegood.co.uk/, and the ‘Honey & Wild Flax Daily Moisturiser’ is £19.50 HERE. Right now I can’t stretch my budget to include a moisturiser for £19.50 so I am keeping the rest of my tube to use in the weeks leading up to my wedding to give it the best chance that I can. And one day, just one day, I’ll be buying tube after tube of this stuff to keep my skin as happy as it is now.