Handpicked with purpose
This sweet, fragrant, syrupy substance produced by bees contains amino acids, vitamins and essential minerals that keep skin healthy, including:

  • B vitamins
  • Vitamin C
  • Calcium
  • Copper
  • Iron
  • Magnesium

Good for you, naturally
Honey contains numerous phenolic and non-phenolic antioxidants, which help defend against free radical damage and support healthy cell turnover in the skin. Honey is a natural moisturiser. Because it attracts and retains water, honey helps soothe, soften and moisturise the skin. We use honey in many of our lotions, body butters and scrubs.

Where on earth is it from?
The honeybee originated in Africa, then migrated to Europe and Asia about a million years ago. In ancient times, honey was a valuable source of sugar and it was used to make mead for wine and alcoholic beverages. Honeybees not only produce honey, but they also work to pollinate a variety of plant and flower species. Even our global food production depends on the pollination from these busy bees.