If there is one thing I always need in my life it has to be a good facial exfoliator, it's not that I don't use other things on my face but to be honest I quite often use a Konjac Sponge with just water and follow it up with Sudocrem to keep the spots at bay. However I also have quite oily skin and my pores do clog then like everyone I have the joy of dead skin – so a good exfoliator a couple times a week – helps keep my skin looking and feeling better.
Now I've been lucky enough to try some Bee Good products before including the Honey & Wild Flax Moisturiser as I said back then I am totally in love with the idea behind this company, they are all for saving the bees and making sure that our bee farmers are looked after.
The Honey & Camelina Facial Exfoliator in particular includes a number of key ingredients such as; British Wild Flower Honey, British Propolis (extract), British Beeswax, British Camelina sativa seed oil, British Crambe seed oil, Wheatgerm oil, Milled Lavender flowers. Do you loving all the Britishness in this product, I know I do.
It has been put together with great care and attention to what each ingredient will do, take for example the British wild flower honey this is carefully combined with the British camelina to make the moisturising component of this product, while the exfoliation is provided by the milled lavender flowers.
Personally I found this exfoliator spot on, it is made to efficiently exfoliate without scratching or irritating the skin and it manages this wonderfully. Bee Good suggest using the Honey & Camelina Facial Exfoliator just once or twice a week to leave your skin buffed, beautiful and new.
The formula itself is quite creamy, which helps add to the moisturising effect as it partially soaks into the skin, for me I found it worked well even if with my sensitive skin issues and when it comes to scent, there is always something lovely about the scent of Bee Good products and while I can't explain it well, it is rather nice.
If you want to try Bee Good's Honey & Camelina Facial Exfoliator for yourself it can be brought from their website where it costs £10.50 for 50ml.
What do you think of the sound of the Honey & Camelina Facial Exfoliator, would you try it yourself?