28 7 / 2013
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08 4 / 2013
A Sweet Treat For Your Skin
Honey, propolis and your complexion
The sweet, sticky treat you stir into your tea and swirl on your cereal may just help improve your skin. When Katerina Yoffe was searching for an ingredient packed with a variety of benefits for your skin, honey kept coming up.
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21 3 / 2013
Hey Honey, It’s spring time! and
Bisous Magazine just LOVES (!!) "Good Morning" Honey Silk Serum!
16 11 / 2012
PROPOLIS IS IDEAL FOR USE IN ACNE TREATMENTS
People have trusted the antiseptic and healing properties of propolis for centuries. Propolis –“nature’s best kept secret from the beehive”- is a resin-like substance collected by honeybees from the leaf buds and barks of conifer and poplar trees and used as caulk to seal gaps and holes in hives. The use of propolis on wounds has been shown to improve healing and boost skin immunity. Test tube studies have found propolis to be active against a variety of micro-organisms, including bacteria and viruses. These findings have been the basis for most propolis research in humans and animals. 1
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04 9 / 2012
the power of honey and propolis in skincare
Magical- Natural Anti-Oxidant - Naturally restore and maintain skin structure - Anti-Bacterial -Naturally Retain Moisture and Much more…
PROPOLIS is created by harvesting the resinous mixture that honey bees, collect from tree bark, sap flowers or other botanical reserves.
For millions of years, nature’s best kept secret was known only to the bees.Furthermore, thousands of years ago in ancient Egypt, the beautiful, smart queen Cleopatra was always in search of new, healthy skin care ingredients.
After enjoying the great effect of Honey & Milk (camel’s milk) baths, the gorgeous queen wanted to find the next big thing. Following her ancient proverbs, she discovered PROPOLIS, a mystic, powerful ingredient that was used during the embalming process.
The PROPOLIS was notorious for its preserving abilities and effective treatments. Thanks to these unique features we can still benefit from the great mystery of the Ancient Egyptians 5000 years later!
In ancient Greece, Hippocrates, the most admired figure in the history of medicine would use the PROPOLIS to heal infections and wounds.
For Centuries, the Romans used PROPOLIS: both the frontline warriors, to heal and prevent wounds caused in battle, and the rich, elite, medieval women to treat and protect their skin.
And now, you are about to experience the greatness of PROPOLIS.
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