Review: Bee Good’s Vanilla & Honey Lip Balm

A & C: we both received one of these super cute lip balms from Bee Good whilst at the #bloggersfestival (to look at our posts about the day click here and here) and we were looking forward to trying them.

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Described very aptly by Bee Good as:

“A rich, deeply replenishing lip balm to repair, intensively condition and soothe dry chapped lips.Active ingredients include protective British beeswax, natural source vitamin E, British borage oil; a rich source of skin strengthening essential fatty acids and British echium oil to replenish dry skin”

C: I cannot describe this much better than above as I really enjoyed using a product that contained such lovely ingredients. It helped soften my lips and although vanilla/honey scented it wasn’t over powering so it was perfect for every day use. The perfect way to protect your lips and prepare them for perfect lipstick application!

A: This is so lovely to use, the scent is beautiful, and like Chloe says not too over-powering but just the right amount of vanilla and honey. I’ve been trying to get into the habit of starting my make-up routine with a lip balm to make the lipstick application a little smoother, and this will definitely help me keep the habit because it’s such a good product and a treat to use.

Bee Good was founded by husband and wife team Simon and Caroline – Simon is the chief beekeeper and Caroline was keen to harvest the honey for a skincare range, and so Bee Good was born. They are proud of their British heritage – and of the British Bees, and so they should be because they help them make really lovely products.

Have any of you guys tried any of Bee Good’s products? All products are made from natural ingredients, they never test on animals and they support our British Bees! They also have an amazing skincare range available here, which we plan on ordering from very soon! #twolittleowls

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