Whatever your skin type is, there are baby skin care items that are great for your skin. Honey has many benefits for your skin, and these masks will help keep your skin smooth, including your hair, radiant glow and dewy look.
Honey is one of the most widely used ingredients for face masks, scrubs and moisturizers. Even skincare experts, who frown on most beauty products, believe that honey is one of the best skincare ingredients that can give you the fine, flawless, healthy skin you're dreaming of.
Here are our favorite baby items for your hair, body and scalp!
In addition to containing honey extract, Skinfood's Royal Honey Propolis Enrich Essence contains propolis, an active ingredient that is also developed by honey bees. Propolis has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which means smoother, stronger skin texture and a calmer complexion.
The Ole Henriksen Moment of Reality 2-in-1 Polishing Sugar Mask tastes good enough to eat, but we'd suggest that you don't. However, you are more than welcome to enjoy the advantages of skin care, like a smoother, clearer complexion only after 10 minutes.
The skin-care benefits of manuka honey include calming inflammation and healing of acne. If you have sensitive skin, gently remove the makeup with a rich cleanser such as Naturopathica's Manuka Honey Cleaning Balm, which also contains shea butter and peptides to nourish.
If you're looking for an indulgent way to add honey to your routine, it could be Lindstrom's Honey Mud. Formulated with raw honey, white halloysite clay and plant extracts, nourishing cream (don't be misled into believing that it's a super-drying mud — it's not!) can be used as a milky cleanser when combined with water or as an intense mask when left on the skin for 10 to 20 minutes.
With a name that translates to "royal bee" in French, it's no wonder that Guerlain's Abeille Royale Everyday Repair Serum not only looks amazing on the skin, but is also a game-changer when it comes to firming and toning.
What do you get when you mix manuka with hyaluronic acid? Ok, two of the ingredients in Arcona's Hydrating Cream, but also a lot of skin-nourishing, free radical-fighting properties.
Savor Beauty's Manuka Detox Mask uses papaya and apricot enzymes to slough off dead skin cells. Put them to work by rubbing a thick, gritty paste over your face and the steam from your shower will soften it into sticky, easy-to-move melt. Your skin stays noticeably lighter and smoother, but you do need to finish with a light moisturizer for maximum softness and smoothness.
By far, the most fun soap you're ever going to have in your bathroom. The Bath & Body Works CocoShea Honey Shower Jelly pours out like sugar, but splits in bits of jiggling, hopping, gelatin. A pinch of the freshly scented colloid will create a warm, luxurious lather (and a lot of it) that will spill out of your skin like milk does.
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