Our Liquid Gold Royal Mask For All Skin Types & Needs
Four Ingredients Manuka Honey, Royal Jelly, Pollen & Propolis,
Our Royal Mask is Liquid Gold soothing power from the honeybee. Yummy combination of pure natural goodness. You will love how your skin responds with bi-weekly treatments your not only feeding pure gold goodness, you are gently exfoliating and purifying unwanted bacteria's, dead skin cells that are clogging pores, your also creating oxygen within the cellular tissue. Leaving you with naturally glowing clear radiant skin!
30ml Jar Enough For 6-9 Masks
To Use: Apply 1 Tablespoon Weekly or Bi-Weekly For 15 Minutes. Apply Water to fingertips rewetting the fingers as needed working in an upwards circular motion to penetrate the remanding product and cause gentle friction to remove unwanted dead skin cells, sebum, dirt, and oils. Then use a warm wet cloth to remove the remanding product. Follow with your serum and moisturizer.
Holistic Information From The Honeybee
I hope you enjoyed this valuable information on the benefits from the honeybee. This information is not backed by any federal or medical corporations it is based on holistic studies and is not intended to make any medical claims backed by any federal institutions like the FDA or CDC.
The health benefits of Manuka Honey have been known for thousands of years. It's prized for its powerful healing and nutritional properties. And yet, Manuka Honey is just one of the jewels of the beehive. This particular variety of honey contains hydrogen peroxide. Manuka honey also contains four times the mineral content of your average flower honey. We're talking zinc, copper, iron, potassium, and selenium, to nurture the skin, manage inflammation, and support healing. Aside from preventing breakouts, Manuka honey is naturally emollient and exfoliating. It absorbs moisture from the air and draws it to the skin's surface. It regulates your skin's pH level, softens skin, brightens, and evens out skin tone, fading away old acne scars. Consistent Manuka honey masks will leave your skin plumper, better hydrated, clear, and glowing.
This thick, milky substance is produced by the worker bees to feed the queen bee. They mix honey and bee pollen with enzymes in the glands of their throats to produce royal jelly. Royal Jelly is believed to be a useful supplement because of the queen bee’s superior size, strength, stamina, and longevity compared to other bees. Royal Jelly may be one of nature’s best-kept secrets. It consists of a blend of proteins, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. The list of health benefits attributed to Royal Jelly is long. Assisting the regeneration of human body cells Reversing the aging process. Stimulating the immune system. Protecting the skin from dehydration. Royal jelly enhances the anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antibiotic elements of the creams, helping to keep your skin clear of acne outbreaks, while helping boost collagen production, minimizing wrinkles, and supporting supple and glowing skin. Royal Jelly contains specific nutrients and vitamins that support skin renewal such as flavonoids, nucleic acid, decanoic acid, enzymes, and hormones. It also contains numerous vitamins and minerals such as vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, acetyl-choline, and zinc, all of which are excellent for the skin. The amino acids in royal jelly are basic ingredients in collagen. Collagen is essential in maintaining the skin’s firmness by supporting its connective tissue, which is important for more youthful-looking skin. Royal Jelly contains collagen, lecithin, vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, and E, which are essential for skin health, firmness, and elasticity.
Propolis is a sticky resin that seeps from the wounds and buds of trees. When collecting Propolis, bees prefer resins from poplar and conifer trees. After collecting the Propolis, sometimes called "bee glue," bees carry it back to the hive in their pollen baskets. Once back at the hive they are met by other worker bees who help them unload it. These workers then mix the Propolis with salivary secretions and flakes of beeswax. The final blend is rich in a variety of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Propolis is called 'nature's penicillin' or nature's antibiotic. It rejuvenates the skin by disabling viruses and fighting infections. The antiseptic & antibiotic properties of propolis ensure a germ-free environment. Combined with the intense nutritional content, this ingredient is extremely beneficial in natural skincare products. Bee pollen, another bee product, can also affect the skin.
Bee Pollen is known to be potent antifungal, antimicrobial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, agent, The anti-inflammatory activity of Bee Pollen is due to inhibiting the activity of enzymes participating in the development of inflammation. Phenolic acids, fatty acids, and phytosterols are responsible for anti-inflammatory characteristics. Additionally, kaempferol inhibits hyaluronidase and elastase, which suppresses the inflammatory response. Besides, the topical application of ointment with pollen extract to treat burns has been studied, since Bee Pollen is shown to regenerate damaged tissues. Bee pollen is an active ingredient in cosmetics. Its significant effect on the skin tissue is due to a high content of flavonoids. Their presence allows Bee Pollen to strengthen and seal capillaries, which is also increased by high vitamin C content, and that is why bee pollen is used in creams for couperose skin. Bee Pollen affects cell metabolism, boosts regeneration, and stimulates mitotic division. Its sebum-balancing activity, which involves reducing sebum secretion. Since it helps limit fungal growth and itching, but it still has moisturizing, conditioning, and regenerating properties. Essential fatty acids (EFA) play the role of lipid fraction solvent. Preparations with omega-3 and omega-6 acids enriched with diverse properties of bee pollen could help in the care of atopic skin, sensitive skin, and the skin more vulnerable to scarring or keloids raised scaring.
Hope Goerner Master Esthetician & Naturopath Consultant