Meet Honey, Your Skin’s New Best Friend Posted on 10 Jan 09:00

Who knew that something so tasty could be so good for your skin?

One sweetener that your body will sweetly thank you for (no pun intended) is honey! Your favorite all-natural sweetener does a lot more than making your favorite food taste better.

Honey brings big beauty benefits when it is applied to your skin.

Enhances Your Natural Glow

Honey is rich in antibacterial properties and has a generous amount of skin-saving antioxidants in it as well.

This is what makes honey an amazing anti-aging and moisturizing agent.

Honey’s antioxidants and antibacterial properties help facilitate the skin’s ability to rejuvenate and fight skin damage that may have happened throughout the day.

One of honey’s unique properties is that it has the ability to absorb and retain moisture.

That is why when you use products that contain honey such as a facial masks, they are great for helping rehydrating your skin to keep it fresh and supple.

As a result this will leave your skin with a beautiful natural glow.

Helps Fight Acne


Skin’s worst enemy.

Luckily, honey is the perfect agent to help combat skin’s arch nemesis.

The build-up of oil and dirt on the skin is one of the main causes of acne.

Since honey is filled with antioxidants and has unique absorbing properties, it helps free skin of acne by absorbing the impurities on your skin.

The antibacterial properties in honey will act as a natural antiseptic and help heal the area around your breakout.

Use Honey Weekly 

Incorporating skin care products that have honey as an active ingredient can be great for your skin.

Honey is most often used in facial skincare products such as facial masks.

In fact, our Happy Hour Facial Mask includes honey as one of the main natural ingredients.

The honey extract is what makes our Happy Hour Mask a sweet treat for everyone.

 The honey in the mask will not only soften your skin, but also protect you from the harsh rays of sunlight, acting as a natural sunblock.

So next time you put that spoonful of honey in your tea, don’t forget to treat your lovely skin to some extra spoonfuls as well!