I’ve tried a number of products from Bee Good
and, it’s safe to say, I’m a really big fan of the brand. I love the scent, I love the quality, I love the ethos; there’s so much To like about them – And this is why it’s impossible to say no when I get the chance to try another of their products.
It’s easy to see, from the packaging, and the name, that bees are an important thing to this brand and it’s really impressive once you discover what it is that they do. They do work to help make sure that people learn about the British bees, and that they understand the importance of them and of buying local honey and a share of their profits go towards helping bee keeping causes. As well as this, they give us an opportunity to help; every order made from their site will contain a little paper label, you can tear that label and plant it in your garden as it’s impregnated with seeds and will grow wildflowers that’ll look beautiful as well as providing nectar for your local bees.
I like cleansing waters and micellar waters a lot – Ever since I discovered them I’ve not been without one, what better way to take your makeup off? If you’ve not tried one yet, firstly where’ve you been? And secondly, go get one! Being able to remove your makeup with a simple cotton pad and some magical elixir is well worth an additional expenditure. I like to do a second cleanse, with a balm, cream or oil cleanser afterwards but, these days, I’m often too ill so a cleansing water is just fantastic.
And this cleansing water? Without a doubt the best I’ve ever used. Of course I could be saying that for the purpose of this post but I’m not, honesty will always be key for me. The key ingredients in this cleansing water are British Wildflower honey, British Propolis, Water Mint and Red Algae and my goodness do they work well.
There’s a number of things that make me love this product – It doesn’t leave any sort of residue on the face, it is so so refreshing, your skin feels soft and smooth afterwards and you really do not have to scrub your skin to get your makeup off. I have a lot of cleansing waters/micellar waters that I’ve loved but I’ve still needed to really rub at my skin but this one lifts products off much more easily (You do still need some extra help with waterproof mascara, but that’s hardly a surprise).
I really do love this product, it comes in a bottle with a little cap that you flip open, you need to be careful when you pour the liquid out but it’s easy to learn how to get the amounts right. I’ve used this a lot and there’s still a bit left in the bottle, though I don’t wear makeup daily any more. For £10 this isn’t the cheapest way to clean your face, but if you have the budge it’s definitely the nicest I’ve ever tried.
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This product was sent to me for my consideration for review purposes – All opinions are honest and are my own.