As summer disappears and the colder months set in, my everyday products are changing, putting away the light formulas of summer and opting for products which can effortlessly keep dry skin at bay. The Bee Good Vanilla & Honey Lip Balm* (10ml, £4.75) is the perfect alternative to my summer balms, and for such an adorable little tube of lip balm, it's also incredibly natural with skin-loving ingredients, all whilst remaining planet and animal friendly. With no synthetic colours, mineral oil, silicone, SLS, SLES or parabens, Bee Good is a brand you can rely on for beautiful products your skin will love.
Bee Good is the only British premium skincare brand who exclusively use British Beeswax, Honey and Propolis in their products. Not only this, but Bee Good also take extra care to really support British Bees, understanding the important role Bees have in our ecosystem. Every Bee Good order is beautifully packaged and presented in eco-friendly packaging, with a very important label. Each delicately placed label is printed on very, very special paper; you can tear it up, plant it in your garden, and with a little patience and lots of love, wild flowers will grow from the paper, becoming a crucial source of nectar for bees. Talk about planet and animal friendly packaging!
The Vanilla & Honey Lip Balm is a rich lip balm with a beautiful replenishing formula that repairs, intensely conditions and works to soothe dry, chapped lips. With active ingredients of British Beeswax, Crambe Oil, Echium Oil, Borage Oil, British Wild Flower Honey and Vitamin E, it works to strengthen essential fatty acids, replenish dry skin and leave your lips beautiful soft, smooth and plump. The scent is beautiful; light and subtle, but with that definite hint of honey and vanilla that makes this balm comforting and soothing to apply.
I know I'll be turning to the Vanilla & Honey Lip Balm a lot over the colder months, and I've been unable to put it down this week. Do you have a favourite winter balm? Have you tried Bee Good before? What's your favourite animal and planet friendly product? Let me know!
*This post contains a PR sample, for more info please check out my Disclaimer.