wishing you a happy monday and hope your weekend went ok ! i was shopping online just a month or two ago for a couple of natural beauty care and self care items from an online shop called health post, and found a natural moisturising cream made with manuka honey from a brand called biohoney who are also based in nz (where i am from) 🕊🌸 i was hoping to also buy a new moisturising cream as i often run out quite quickly and a new one could be helpful, and a lot of the notes and reviews about the moisturising cream were extremely positive (often describing how wonderful and gentle and helpful the moisturising cream was for sensitive skin) and often gave the moisturising cream 5 stars ! i chose to also pick up a moisturising cream to try and to share in a post up on care natural b in case it could be helpful, and the moisturising cream by biohoney is called natural vitamin e cream and is noted to be made with collagen and mgo 300 + manuka honey.
about biohoney beauty care
as noted on the biohoney website,
‘Biohoney is an innovative, family owned company based in Nelson at the top of New Zealand’s South Island. At Biohoney, we carefully select only the best quality honey and ingredients.
Biohoney are true bee guardians. They value bees and the vital part they play in the ecosystem. They do not and will never test their products on animals. When you purchase Biohoney products you can be sure that they have carefully selected the most natural and ethically sound ingredients available. Their goal is to make the most effective and safe products from nature’s quiet little dynamos – the honey bee.
Biohoney Beauty is an extension of the highly popular and trusted Biohoney brand. With an abundance of the healing properties and age-defying vitality of natural and organic ingredients. Biohoney Beauty contains the best of New Zealand nature. Experience Biohoney Beauty for naturally healthier and more radiant skin.’
(from the about page on the biohoney website)
natural vitamin e cream by biohoney
the natural vitamin e cream by biohoney comes in a beautiful white card package, with a flower illustration and a lot of helpful notes and description about the product. the moisturising cream is packaged in a 50 g white tube shaped package and the moisturising cream is white, quite thick and feels incredibly soft and smooth, with a pretty and fresh light honey, floral and light apricot scent (could be because manuka honey and apricot kernel oil are a couple of the top ingredients included in the natural vitamin e cream, as noted on the packaging).
i use and apply the moisturising cream both in the morning and just before bed, just after carefully cleansing and misting my face and with a natural face oil. a couple of natural face oils i am currently using include an organic rosehip oil by trilogy natural products and an organic rosehip oil by sukin australia. the moisturising cream feels so soft, is so gentle on sensitive skin and helps to add a happy and looked after glow to skin. i am enjoying using the moisturising cream a lot and i think biohoney could also be creating a couple more natural beauty care products soon, including a cleanser !
as noted by biohoney on the packaging,
‘biohoney natural vitamin e cream contains enriching
🕊 vitamin e for healthy skin
🕊 collagen to support youthful looking skin (a post about an advanced collagen formula by imaglow is also coming soon)
🕊 manuka honey mgo 300 + to help rejuvenate
🕊 avocado and apricot kernel oils to nourish and restore
rich in vitamin e and collagen, biohoney’s natural vitamin e cream restores moisture balance and deeply nourishes. helping your skin look replenished and renewed. it contains manuka honey mgo 300 +, avocado oil, apricot kernel oil and evening primrose oil’
(as noted on the biohoney natural vitamin e cream packaging)
i am truely enjoying using the natural vitamin e cream by biohoney a lot and love everything about the product from the natural ingredients to the story behind the biohoney brand to how comfy and looked after my skin looks and feels. the natural vitamin e cream by biohoney could be 5 stars (🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟) and i could recommend it a lot in case your skin could be quite sensitive too, or you could love natural products including ones made with honey too. in case you could be hoping to find out more about biohoney or to check stockists for biohoney honey products, a link to the beautiful biohoney website is here and to the biohoney instagram page (@biohoneynz) is here. as noted on the biohoney website, biohoney also create edible honey products and a baby range, which builds on the biohoney beauty care range 🕊🍯
have you tried natural beauty care made with honey before, or a product made by biohoney nz too ?
earlier posts: please note, i also published a couple of earlier posts about natural face and body moisturisers, including a post about a soothing moisturiser by kora organics, a very gentle moisturising cream by trilogy natural products, a moisturising cream by skin food, an organic massage balm by ever kind, a gentle moisturiser by sukin australia, a face sunscreen for sensitive skin, a couple of samples from l’occitane and a couple of samples from trilogy and in case you could be hoping to check the posts (please check the links)
i also published a couple of earlier posts sharing recipes with honey in case you could also love honey a lot, including a post about summer peaches with honey and almonds, strawberries and banana with honey and almonds, a couple of honey recipes, a lavender and honey face scrub, and a lemon and honey drink recipe and please check the links 🌸 please also check the Recipes category (just on the right hand side of the page) in case you could be hoping to find more recipes (both baking and healthy, plant based)
photo credit: honey comb photo found on pinterest
sources: biohoney website, natural vitamin e cream by biohoney packaging
disclaimer: please note, the post was published independently of biohoney and all of the brands also noted in the post (not a gift or an ad), although i hope the post could be helpful in case you could be hoping to check biohoney too or could be hoping to try a natural moisturising cream, which is helpful and gentle on sensitive skin too