organic bees wax

Exciting News from Bee Naturals Beginning March, 2020

Now Using Organic, Unbleached Beeswax Bee Naturals will begin using organic, unbleached beeswax in all products that contain this ingredient. What does this mean for you?  No concerns about potential pesticide or organophosphate residue. It costs more, but you’re worth it! Our Decision About the Future Use of Xylitol Bee Naturals will stop using xylitol…

squalene vs squalane

Squalene vs Squalane Oil: The BeeNaturals Guide

Hydrated skin is healthy skin. It looks younger, suppler, and plumper. It remains resilient when surrounded by harmful environmental factors. And it’s less oily-looking, less prone to irritation, and even allows makeup to adhere more easily. To stay hydrated, our skin creates oils that both attract and trap moisture. But it’s not always enough. Simple…

Rating the Safety of Cosmetic Ingredients: EWG Reliable Resource?

Nine times out of ten, the average customer that strolls into a natural cosmetics store is an ingredient detective.  They care about what ingredients have been used and have acquired some sort of general knowledge on what should and should not be included in product formulations.  Thirsty for knowledge, this particular clientele often wonders what…

queen bee peeper keeper eye balm

Peeper Keeper Eye Balm: Understanding the Ingredients

Bee Naturals customers often boast of the Peeper’s Keeper Eye Balm’s protective and moisturizing qualities, as well as its ability to minimize the appearance of fine lines. While the product is formulated to address concerns in the eye area, many have found it to benefit chapped lips and cuticles. To uncover the secrets behind this…