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Trying Out All-Natural Brand Beesline Apitherapy

Monday, 13 May 2019

-This post contains PR/gifted items, no paid content. All opinions are my own-
Beesline Apitherapy are a natural cosmetics brand that use the ancient science of Apitherapy. Apitherapy is otherwise known as "bee therapy" and they use the Honey, Beeswax, Royal Jelly and Propolis and combine it with fresh botanical extracts to safely and effectively take care of your skin. Their products are all about moisturising, repairing and protecting the skin and are super affordable too. I've been trying out four products from them over the past few weeks and in today's post I'm sharing my thoughts on all of them. 

The Beesline Ointment Skin Balm priced at £9.99* is aimed at dry and rough skin types. It's a multi-purpose balm so you can use it for various different things. I've really been enjoying using multi-use balms lately as I mentioned in this post just last week. They're really handy to have on a day-to-day basis for both in the house and if you're travelling. The ointment balm can even relieve skin conditions such as eczema due to it's moisturising and antimicrobial properties, which I think is great for such an affordable product! I've been using this mainly on my hands, cuticles and also my heels. If you have a drier skin type then you could also use it as a face moisturiser too.


The Beesline Soft Beeswax Balm priced at £7.99* is an unscented multi-purpose balm which comes in a tin which makes it great for travelling and for popping in your bag. It's very similar to the Ointment Skin Balm but it's in a solid form instead instead of a tube but it's still very easy to use. With it being a multi-use balm it means you can use it for various different things and I've used it on my lips, cuticles and hair so far and it's great when you need some extra hydration urgently. I've been popping in it my bag often so I can use it when I'm out and about.

The Beesline Lip Balm priced at £3.99* is my current go-to lip balm, it packs a punch on the hydration front and it seems to last a good amount of time on my lips too. I also like that the packaging is bright yellow so then I can find it easier (I have a tendency to lose things very easily lol). 

And lastly is the Beesline Beeswax priced at Cold Cream £9.99* which I would probably say is my fave out of the four products I've been trying out. I think it's because it has a scent unlike the other products. The scent of the Cold Cream is Damask Rose which I really like in general anyway. It's aimed at dry and normal skin types and can be used on your face and body. I've been using it as a hand cream mainly, just because I really like the scent. Although I have an oilier skin type I have actually used the Cold Cream on my face. Because I have been using some foam face washes over the past couple of weeks to calm down my skin as it's been acting up and breaking out, I've been getting some dry patches - particularly around my nose. Unfortunately I find it's the down side of using foam based face products. So to hydrate and soothe the area I have been popping on some of the Cold Cream on the areas where it's dried out which has definitely helped to re-hydrate and soothe the areas. It also doesn't leave a horrible greasy feeling either which is fab. 

Beelines Apitherapy products are available to buy from Fragrance Direct

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