Honey Belle is just the brand you need to know about for Earth Day/Month and for Mother’s Day. This a a company that prides itself on being natural and organic as well as having a philanthropic project. Everything to love and a lot to learn about with Honey Belle.samples,
These are the creators of Honey Belle, Iris and Calvin, and here’s their mission – I think I’m in love with them!
Honey Belle is a company that has freshly handcrafted products that not only solve problems but that use natural ingredients. They created a project called #SoapsforSouls once they saw the needs of homeless people and citizens of underdeveloped countries such as Guatemala, Nepal, Peru, Vietnam, and Burma. Therefore for every soap purchased through Honey Belle one is donated to #SoapsforSouls to help stem the proliferation of disease.
Among the many soaps that Honey Belle makes are the Loofah Soaps which are not only unique but they smell wonderful, work well and a set would make a wonderful Mother’s Day gift.
I was sent the soap in Eucalyptus Peppermint and it’s a great addition to my shower. Within the actual soap is a natural loofah sponge. “The loofah sponge is obtained from the gourd plant (a type of squash!), and is dried and peeled. You may see black or brown flecks of the seed or remnants from the skin in your soap, and this is normal! The loofahs are derived from real plants, that come from real soil.”
The first time in my shower the loofah itself felt hard and a bit scratchy but with use it softens up making it more comfortable. It never hurt, it actually felt good, and it did a nice job of exfoliating my legs. I haven’t finished this up but when the soap itself is used up you are left with the loofah which can help you around your house. Double duty!
At $8 each they make a great bath and shower tool plus you have the knowledge of helping others. The sets of 4 that will make a nice gift (you can even divide them up) are $28. There are two sets; a floral/fruity one with Lavender Rain, Sweet Jasmine, Rose, and Citrus; and also a Refresh/Relax set with Sandalwood Patchouli, Eucalyptus Peppermint, Green Tea Cucumber, and Charcoal Bamboo.
I want to try Citrus next but I have a feeling it’s going to take quite a while to finish the Natural Loofah Soap.The soap isn’t drying since it contains Coconut Oil and Glycerin which helps keep skin moisturized.
There’s more to Honey Belle (a lot more) than just the many types of soaps and bath bombs they carry. They also have products for lips and face. There are 3 different lip balms for $5 each or a set of 3 for $12.
My favorite is Kissable Lips which surprised me since I’m not a fan of eucalyptus normally. But it has a minty scent and I do like the tingle.
What’s really great about these is that they are made from only 3 main ingredients: Organic Cold Pressed Sweet Almond Oil, Organic Cocoa Butter, and Organic Beeswax. They are moisturizing and we always are in search of a great lip balm.
One more for the lips is their Organic Brown Sugar Lip Scrub ($12).
There is no way I can wear a liquid lipstick or matte lip color without having my lips exfoliated and Honey Belle has brought me a great alternative with this Lip Scrub.
It takes just a small amount of the scrub to make your lips feel refreshed. I take a small amount and rub it onto my lips. Usually I just use my lips to take in the brown sugar goodness but you can also use a washcloth for more exfoliation.
The main ingredients are brown sugar, honey, and organic cold pressed coconut. So you get the exfoliating from the sugar, the coconut oil moisturizes your lips, and the honey retains and preserves that moisture. “Ingredients: Pure Brown Cane Sugar, Cocos Nucifera* (Coconut Oil, Cold- Pressed), Pure Honey, Glyercol* (Vegetable Glycerin), Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Love”
While only the Brown Sugar Lip Scrub reminds us that “love” is one of the ingredients, I believe these are all made with love. Love for the environment, love for people in need, and love for creating some great organic products. It’s especially nice to help promote an indie company that is one to love. — Marcia
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