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Rosemary Lavender Beeswax Hand Cream

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5/5

Sharon

May 22nd 2020

Found a jar of this while on vacation in Sedona late last year, really needed moisturizer from time in the desert. Been using it ever since and just ordered more because I do not want to ever run out of it. The smell is wonderful and it works so well too.

5/5

Cindy

Apr 23rd 2020

Received this as a gift at Christmas and have used it everyday since. Ordered more. Love the smell and leaves my hands feeling great!

5/5

Cynthia

Apr 19th 2020

I love this lotion. It smells terrific and even though it's thick, it doesn't feel heavy on your skin.


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Rosemary Lavender Beeswax Hand Cream

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$15.50
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$15.50

Rosemary Lavender Beeswax Hand Cream has been added to your cart.
  • Contains all four hive ingredients: Royal Jelly, Beeswax, Propolis, Honey
  • Rich, creamy, long-lasting formula protects and softens
  • Great for those working with hands throughout the day
  • Soothing lavender and stimulating rosemary essential oils promote a feeling of calm alertness

Our best-selling Beeswax Hand Cream now comes in an intriguing new fragrance -- Rosemary Lavender.

The pairing of these essential oils produces a unique, herbaceous fragrance that is invigorating and calming at the same time, so you can Bee Balanced. And both have been proven to decrease the stress hormone cortisol. You'll be doing your namaste with soft and supple hands from here on out.

The honey, royal jelly, beeswax and propolis in this luxurious product naturally replenish lost moisture and create a barrier between skin and everything else out there looking to damage it. Peach kernel oil revives skin with vitamins A, E and B, plus essential fatty acids. Blueberry fruit extract contains powerful antioxidant properties that help protect skin against cell damage. Put THAT in your yoga bag! No, seriously. The travel size tube is perfect for your yoga or gym bag. 

Learn more about the benefits of rosemary and lavender essential oils on the blog. >

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