Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Review: Bee Good Honey and Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser


I love cream based cleansers and I love honey, so inevitably I had to put the Bee Good Honey and Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser on my wishlist! It was quite awhile before I made a purchase - the offer of 25% off in my local Waitrose was too good to ignore! Suitable for all skin types, it is designed to remove makeup and impurities and comes with a pure muslin cloth. The tube itself is 100ml in size and costs £11.50 - however a 30ml trial size is also available for £4.95. 

The Bee Good Honey and Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser isn't a completely natural product, but it does contain Wild Flower Honey, Propolis and Beeswax, all harvested from beekeepers based in Britain. These ingredients are known for their anti-bacterial and healing properties, which is great for problematic skin but they're naturally super hydrating too, so treat the skin without drying it out. I love the fact that as soon as you dispense the cleanser from the tube it also has deliciously natural honey scent. 

I use the Bee Good cleanser at night, usually for my first cleanse but sometimes for my second if I've used an oil first. The formula is creamy as you would expect but quite thick, so when massaging it  onto dry skin as advised, it tends to dry out quite quickly - though nothing a little added water doesn't fix. The formula is soft and gentle on the skin, but is heavy enough to remove makeup, including mascara. I use the dampened muslin cloth to remove the Bee Good cleanser, which it does so effectively (although I generally prefer thicker face cloths). The end result is refreshed, re-balanced and moisturised skin.

In summary, the Bee Good Honey and Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser is a downright lovely cleanser that I really do think would suit a wide range of skintypes. It isn't my favourite cream cleanser formula, but the inclusion of honey is a winner. Find it on the Bee Good website here.

Have you tried the Bee Good Honey and Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser? What's your favourite cream cleanser?

Beauty Bird xx



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18 comments

  1. I haven't tried this, but it sounds lovely! I'm all over that packaging too, how pretty?!

    Maxine, xo
    http://maxinewhitneyy.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. It is very cute with the little bees! xx

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  2. Love the sound of this Sasha - definitely one to try out! xx

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  3. Oooh, it sounds cute!! Love the packaging.

    Tara x

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    1. It's an all round lovely cleanser xx

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  4. Honey is such a healing ingredient, this sounds great. I'd love to try this out!

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  5. Heard a lot about this little gem!
    www.mademoisellenature.com

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    1. One to try in the future for definite xx

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  6. I tried their products before, and it was their products that made me realize I am allergic to honey, though I know other people who get along with their amazing products.



    Angie x | Chocolate & Lipstick || UK Beauty and Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Oh no! At least you know now though xx

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  7. Thanks for such a great review! I have been very interested in trying a cleansing milk product lately.

    XX, SS || A Little Seersucker Sass

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    1. I'm so glad you liked it - thanks for commenting! xx

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  8. Sounds like a winner. I've tried the cleaning water from Bee Good and wasn't much of a fan, but maybe I should give this cleanser a go x

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    1. I haven't tried the cleansing water, but I recommend the cream cleanser for definite xx

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