If there is one thing you should know about me, it is that I love puns. I’m not proud of it, but I really do. So I’m afraid you’re going to have expect more of the above in this post.
Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask (£21.50) – I think I’m right in assuming that this is the Internet’s favourite face mask, and it honestly deserves to be. I will try not to wax lyrical about it it, but it’s certainly worth the hype. I have had terrible skin lately, either spotty or dry, sometimes both, and this stuff sorts out all of my issues. It also smells so delicious that it is one of the few face masks I have ever considered tasting. The price may sting a little, but it is very much worth it!
Living Nature Manuka Honey Gel (£11.50) – When my skin really refuses to beehive (nope, not sorry), this is my go-to. Unlike blemish treatments I’ve used in the past, this is nourishing, moisturising and actually works! Pop it on in the evening and wake up with calmer skin and none of the dryness you usually get with this type of treatment. It is a bit of a lifesaver, because we all know what a buzz kill spots can be.
Nuxe Rêve de Miel (£9.50) – Another beauty blog staple and the best night-time lip balm bar none. By the evening, my lips tend to be dry, chapped and sore – not a look I would recommend – and this stuff works as some sort of overnight magic potion to return them to normal by morning. Certainly worth the blogger buzz!
So there you have it – my top three honey products and pretty much every bee pun I could come up with. I hope they’ve not been too unbearable, I was just pollen your legs, folks.
You know what, that may have been one too far…