Honey supple

Rich with natural enzymes, antibacterial properties, and anti-inflammatories, the sweet offering by bees doubles as a fabulous formula for the skin.

It’s long been known for moisture retention and complexion smoothing properties, yet honey is just returning to the beauty sphere for its skin-healing abilities. Tightening, brightening, and regenerating, honey can be a helpful boost to reduce scarring and ageing. The benefits far outweigh the potential sticky mess.

Studies suggest raw honey is best to use, as it still holds its natural benefits. Manuka honey can be great for acne-prone skin, while lavender honey suits those suffering from psoriasis or eczema.

It’s best to seek assistance, research, and spot-test first, because bees don’t create all their honey the same, and these differences address various skin problems. Apply to dry, clean skin for 10-15 minutes, before rinsing with warm water and a facecloth. For a facemask alternative, mix yoghurt and oatmeal with honey, and leave on the skin for 10 minutes.

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