A little while ago I reviewed Bee Good's Honey & Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser and I have been using it every single day ever since as part of my morning routine.
I recently saw on Twitter that the range is now being stocked in various Waitrose stores, which I was excited to hear but I didn't think for a single moment that the Weston-super-Mare branch of Waitrose would be on the stockists list…however, it was, so off I went to have a little nosey. Admittedly there wasn't much from the range on offer but there were a few bits. I wanted to get myself a moisturiser but I was horrified at the £19.50 price tag so opted for the slightly purse friendlier Vanilla & Honey Lip Balm, which was £4.75. Even that's a bit on the expensive side if I'm honest…it's really tiny but I didn't want a wasted journey so I popped it in my basket.
I've been on the hunt for a new lip balm that repairs cracked and chapped lips ever since the medicated chapstick I would buy regularly seemed to be discontinued.
I'm a big fan of honey/bee products so this lip balm was pretty interesting to me. I've seen the benefits beeswax/honey have on my skin so wondered if they'd have the same effects on my lips, which unfortunately are always dry thanks to the never ending lip balm cycle.
Unlike many others, this lip balm isn't horribly sticky when you apply it and I personally can't smell/taste it at all so I'm not constantly licking it off. It contains vitamin E, British borage oil and echium oil, all of which work together to keep lips feeling super moisturised. I have to say I'm really liking it so far.
Let me know your thoughts on this in the comments if you've tried it.