Best Bee Savvy: A naturally healing salve

World traveller and beekeeper Tita Manice says that Best Bee Savvy is the very first item she packs in her carry on.

I don’t need to get wigged out about the millions of organisms before I start my trips!

Tita says: “After many years of observing my father, working with his bees in Long Island, New York and Costa Rica, I decided to give beekeeping a try. I have been a beekeeper for 16 years and continue to learn and marvel at their ingenuity.  I have a skin condition called eczema, which my father also had. I learned that beeswax could help my condition, and that it had antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.

I got concocting in my kitchen five years ago and created Best Bee Savvy.  Organic coconut oil, beeswax and essentials of lemongrass, pink grapefruit and Ylang Ylang, came to my rescue. All have antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. A tiny bit goes a long way. Great for dry lips, hands and feet.  Organic Bees Wax is hypoallergenic, antiviral, antibacterial, which helps protect your skin from unhealthy organisms; contains vitamin A, which benefits in softening and rehydrating dry skin and reconstructing damaged skin cells.

To learn more, visit: https://bestbeesavvy.com/

 

(Please note: JourneyWoman does not receive any commission from the sale of this product! It’s just our honest opinion!) 

 

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