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Not everyone knows the wonderful properties of our ingredients, which we use for the production of cosmetics Honey Therapy, we want in cyclical articles to bring their impact on the skin.
HONEY and its properties.

It is used in cosmetics from ancient times for medicinal purposes but also for beauty.
It owes its unique properties to ingredients that create its rich and varied recipe. The composition of honey includes sugars, fatty acids, enzymes, mineral salts, vitamins and carotenoids. It has a beneficial effect on the skin, because it speeds up wound healing, prevents scarring, also has bactericidal and anti-inflammatory properties, which makes it ideal for acne and problem skin care. It reduces excess sebum and reduces redness. Honey perfectly moisturizes the skin, makes it more elastic and soothes irritations such as cracked lips. Its firming and anti-wrinkle effects are due to glycogen content. In turn, the presence of fruit acids, results in exfoliating, cleansing and unifying skin tone. The addition of honey to the cosmetic is a real relief for damaged skin that needs regeneration. Effectively improves circulation, cleanses and deeply nourishes. It is worth reaching for honey also in the case of a strong keratosis skin, including elbows and knees. It also works well in the care of the feet, as a softening, smoothing and antifungal agent

It happens that honey is a highly sensitizing substance, therefore, especially people who show predisposition towards allergies, should take special care in its application. The Honey Therapy brand contains honey in cosmetics such as body lotions, nourishing hand cream, in the peeling series Sweet Aphrodisiac and soaps and three types (honey-propolis, peeling with the addition of buckwheat honey and rose), honey for massage and sauna with additives and in our latest vitamin product shower gel. We strongly encourage you to try our products with the addition of honey, then you can check your fantastic effect on the skin yourself.

We also present several proposals for creating your own cosmetic with honey.

In order to prepare such a conditioner, prepare:
· ½ cup of honey
· ¼ cup of olive oil (we also have it in the assortment)
· ½ cup of freshly squeezed lemon juice

Mix all ingredients together to achieve a homogeneous mass. Mix a small amount of the mixture onto the hair and massage to cover the whole surface of the hair. Put on the cap, wait 30 minutes and rinse thoroughly with cold water. Perform an allergic test on the wrist before the procedure.

Honey for the roots and skin changes:
A small amount of spot on the pimples and skin lesions, cover the bandage for about 20 minutes, then take off the patch and rinse with cold water. Perform an allergic test on the wrist before the procedure.
In order to prepare such a mask, prepare:
· 2 large tablespoons of honey
· ½ glass of milk
Mix well the ingredients with you and apply to the face and neck. After about 15-20 minutes, wash with warm water. Perform an allergic test on the wrist before the procedure. I encourage you to comment, we will be happy to hear your opinion and experience related to the use of honey in body care.

Propolis – a natural antibiotic ..
In today’s article we would like to introduce another of bee products, which is used in the production of Honey Therapy cosmetics, it is propolis called bee putty.

Propolis (Latin Propolis skin) is known in medicine and cosmetics for centuries. It has already been used in Ancient Egypt as an agent supporting the body’s immunity and a remedy for many skin diseases. This extraordinary gift of nature was used to prepare wraps, masks and baths. It is produced by bees that collect resins and essential oils from flower buds and trees and deliver them to the hive where they are mixed with wax, pollen and their own secretion to create a fragrant mass. The composition of propolis we find as many as 250 biologically active compounds such as: amino acids, flavonoids, fatty acids, esters, sterols, B vitamins, carotenes and minerals, among others potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, copper and cobalt. It is used by bees to seal the beehive, protect against diseases, pellets cells where the queen lays eggs and serves to mummify intruders (eg mice) in a beehive. Most of this raw material is produced at the end of summer and autumn, because bees are preparing for winter this time. Propolis has strong bactericidal and bacteriostatic properties, it is called a natural antibiotic. It is used to treat burns, soothes pruritus and pain after insect bites, and supports treatment of fungal foot diseases. Accelerates wound healing, prevents scarring, is used to treat periodontitis, because it inhibits the growth of viruses and microorganisms. It is also used in various types of poisoning.Propolis has also found its application in cosmetics, effectively reduces acne, because it effectively treats purulent skin conditions. Numerous studies have confirmed its effectiveness in the fight against streptococci, staphylococci and viruses. It inhibits the growth of bacteria resistant to antibiotics. Prevents sunburns and pressure sores, it is also recommended to wash the wounds with propolis extract (3-5 ml of propolis per 100 ml of water). It works against dandruff, regenerates hair. Supports cellular renewal of the epidermis and acts anti-aging.

Propolis is used in cosmetics for the care of mixed, oily and acne skin. We find it in anti-dandruff shampoos, in preparations for oral hygiene as well as creams and anti-inflammatory ointments. It is also successfully used in regenerative preparations for dry, tired and mature skin, as an antioxidant and anti-aging agent. At the same time, it is clearly visible that propolis helps to beautify the complexion, because it moisturizes it, has vitamins, including vitamin H and E.

We used it for the production of Honey Therapy cosmetics such as nourishing hand cream, foot cream, honey-propolis soaps, and our latest vitamin product shower gel. We encourage you to try our products with the addition of propolis, then you will be able to check its regenerating effect on the skin.

Propolis may cause allergies, therefore it is advisable to perform a skin test before using products with the addition of propolis.

We also present several proposals to create your own propolis cosmetic.


In order to make ointments prepare:

· 70 g Vaseline

· 15 g of ground propolis

Mix the ingredients in a container placed in hot water, rub through a sieve or gauze, cool. The finished ointment can be transferred into a closed container and used for wounds, burns, frostbite, and acne.


To prepare the tincture, prepare: a glass jar for 300 ml, a glass bottle for 300 ml, a weight of 1.0 g, a funnel, gauze.

• Propolis ground 50,0 g
• Boiled water 50.0 g
• 200.0 g of spirit

Directly to the jar, weigh water and spirits, spin the jar and leave it for 2 hours for the spirit to “chew”. In this way, we will get about 70% alcohol. After this time, weigh into a bottle with alcohol 50.0 grams of crushed propolis. The smaller the pieces, the better. Prepare the tincture so prepared for 3 weeks, but shake it every day. After 3 weeks, filter the tincture through a 3-4-gauge funnel directly into the bottle. In this way, you received about 250 g of tincture containing 20% ​​propolis.

Royal jelly – elixir of youth …

Royal jelly is a substance produced by young 3-9 day old worker bees, is a secretion of the throat glands and is used to feed worker worker larvae and drone larvae for the first days of life. The queen of bees is fed her whole life. There is a reason why there are few such strong, concentrated, nutritious substances as bee’s milk. Already in ancient Greece it was used, it was believed that it was part of the ragweed or drink of the gods. Aristotle was the first to discover his role in the lives of bees, concluding that the consumption of royal jelly will increase physical strength and intellectual abilities. The first application of lotions in cosmetics took place in ancient Egypt. In Asia, he was used in natural medicine. Today, we use it in apitherapy. In the second half of the twentieth century, scientists, using the lyophilization process, prolonged the biological activity of milk, thanks to which the time of its storage and consumption was extended. Royal jelly has gel consistency and a creamy tint. The taste is sweet, more acrid-sour depending on the origin, harvest time, and biological properties of bees.

Royal Jelly is one of the most amino acids rich in amino acids. It contains at least 17 and several derivatives, unidentified substances. Among these amino acids are very large amounts of proline, which is involved in the synthesis of collagen and elastin, providing hydration, flexibility and strengthening the connective tissue. It has antibacterial and antiviral, lifting and rejuvenating effects. Regenerates damaged tissues, facilitates wound healing and reduces skin dryness. It reduces the symptoms of seborrhea, acne and androgenic hair loss. It treats inflammation of all kinds, pressure ulcers and burns. Good results are obtained after the use of milk in inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth, throat, tongue and gums and in the case of herpes.

Royal jelly has a very wide application in cosmetics, especially for skin reconstruction. We can find them in the composition of creams, lotions and liquids. They can be used for all skin types. We used it for the production of Honey Therapy cosmetics, such as body lotions and the White Fantasia series

We also present several proposals to create your own cosmetic with royal jelly.


In order to make ointments prepare:

1 egg yolk
1 teaspoon of olive oil
1 g of pure royal jelly
Mix everything, then leave it on your face for 30 minutes and then wash it with lukewarm water.


1 beaten protein
1 teaspoon of yogurt
1 teaspoon of honey
1 teaspoon of fresh bran
1 g of pure royal jelly
We mix everything, leave it on the skin for 30 minutes.


2 teaspoons of milk
1 teaspoon of honey
1 teaspoon of fresh wheat bran
1 g of pure royal jelly
We mix everything, leave it on the skin for 25-30 minutes. We wash with lukewarm water.
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In today’s article we would like to introduce the properties and use of bee pollen, which is used in the production of Honey Therapy cosmetics.

Bee pollen has already been known to ancient doctors. Egyptians, Romans and Greeks praised its nutritional values ​​and called “life-giving dust.” According to Hippocrates, who is considered the father of modern medicine, bee pollen was a natural healing solution, and ancient Chinese people used it as a rejuvenating drug. Bee pollen is a pollen collected by bees, which is partially processed by them. It has the shape of a small size of yellow-brown balls, which, mixed with a bit of nectar, honey or saliva, are collected by bees in a beehive and stored as food for the young. Each of these small globules consists of about 100,000 pollen grains, including medicinal plants such as St. John’s wort, dandelion, wild rose. Contemporary pollen composition and its medical use have been conducted in many European centers. The nutritional and therapeutic properties of pollen result from a very rich chemical composition, more than 250 different chemical compounds have been identified in it. Such as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals, vitamins, rutin, essential oils, phytocides, antibiotics-inhibins, hormones, enzymes, organic acids, growth promoters.

Bee pollen has many uses for the treatment of many diseases of the whole body. It was also introduced to the production of cosmetics. Products with pollen have a beneficial effect on the skin and hair. Creams and balms nourish and smooth the skin, restore its elasticity, give a healthy, youthful appearance, delay the aging process and act biostimulating. Due to the presence of sulfur-containing amino acids in pollen extracts, shampoos combat dandruff and prevent hair loss, regenerate, nourish hair and scalp. Cosmetics with pollen eliminate the symptoms of acne, have a strengthening and regenerating effect and illuminate the skin.

We used it for the production of Honey Therapy cosmetics such as bath salt, bath milk, peeling soaps, and peeling from the Forbidden Fruit series. We encourage you to try our products with the addition of bee pollen, then you can check its nutritional effects on the skin yourself. Below is a link to our store.

We also present a few proposals to create your own cosmetic with bee pollen.

Bee pollen can also be purchased in our store


In order to make ointments prepare:

1 tablespoon of powdered pollen
1 egg yolk
1 tablespoon of honey
Mix ingredients, apply on face, leave for 30 minutes and then rinse with warm water.


In order to make ointments prepare:

2 tablespoons of crushed pollen
1 egg yolk
2 tablespoons of honey
1 tablespoon of cottage cheese
Mix ingredients, apply on face, leave for 20 minutes and then rinse with warm water.

I encourage you to comment, we will be happy to hear your opinion and experience related to the use of bee pollen in body care.