Have you heard the latest buzz? Honey Month is here, and we can hardly bee-lieve it. Here are our favourite beauty products featuring the sweet stuff. —Amanda Nunes
Only the finest honey is used in Fresh’s Crème Ancienne Ultimate Nourishing Honey Mask ($82). It comes from the famous Buckfast Bee in France, and there’s 38 per cent pure honey in each jar. This amazing moisturizing mask gives you six hours of nourishment while improving the elasticity and complexion of your skin.
Did you know? Honey can lock in moisture and repair damaged hair strands. That’s why it’s the star ingredient in Garnier’s Honey Treasure Shampoo ($9) and conditioner. The formula nourishes hair and features honey sustainably sourced from Hungary.
This delicious-smelling blend of honey and ginger from Innisfree’s Ginger Honey Nourishing Cream ($35) delivers intense moisture, making it perfect for dry skin.
Melt your worries away in this relaxing Body Shop Egyptian Milk and Honey bath ($24), just like Cleopatra.
Honey, cupuacu butter and grapeseed work together to make Burt’s Bees Honey and Grapeseed Oil Hand Cream ($17) 99 per cent natural and paraben free.
As the temperature drops, give thirsty skin a reprieve with L’Oreal’s Hydra-Nutrition Multi-Purpose Honey Balm ($32). The balm is enriched with manuka honey and helps to soothe and nurture super dry skin in need of some TLC.
We would buy the limited-edition Briogeo Vegan Apple Honey Deep Conditioning Hair Mask for Dry + Damaged Hair ($48) for the adorable packaging alone, but the fact is, this cute bear contains one of the best masks we’ve ever tried, shown to boost moisture in dry, damaged hair up to 88 per cent (after just two uses) with an intensely nourishing, vegan apple-honey complex.