You remember back in May, we had ‘Beauty On The Road’ month on Heels? Well as a result of my pilgrimage of the travel beauty landscape, I came across a lovely little product – BeeGood’s 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser. And it instantly became a part of my everyday beauty regime. (My everyday beauty regime consisting of taking my make-up off with this beaut in between netflix binging and my bedtime Pinterest slot).
So I decided to road test some other BeeGood products. For the love of Travel Beauty of course. Here’s the lowdown on these goodies…
The BeeGood Honey & Wild Flax Daily Moisturiser smells fabulous and leaves skin super soft. It’s the honey, I swear. I’m addicted to honey-based beauty products now. I think this would be great for sensitive skin as it is quite a delicate formula and full of natural ingredients. The only thing I would say is that it didn’t soak in straight away on my combination skin, but would probably do well with dry skin. Maybe one for your in-flight refresh, no?
I’ve mentioned this one before, but the BeeGood Honey & Crambe Daily Hand Cream is a godsend. It’s one of those hand creams that feels expensive. I don’t know how else to describe it, it just feels luxurious. And obviously smells gorgeous like the rest of this range!
Finally, the latest in BeeGood’s range, the Honey & Camelina Facial Exfoliator! This is just as smooth and nourishing as my Cream Cleanser star, but with beads for daily exfoliation. The only thing that I was initially a bit taken aback by is that the beads are quite soft, so you don’t get that deep scrub that you get with my current Vitamin C Microdermabrasion from The Body Shop. But that’s because this guy is made for daily use, not the more abrasive weekly exfoliation. So once I’d got my head around that part, it was a lovely little product that leaves skin very soft and ready for that traveller tan!
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Ok ok, I’ll stop harping on about BeeGood. I just think when you find a good brand you should share it! Have you tried any of these fellas? What did you think? Leave a comment below or tweet me @Heelsinbackpack!