Tuesday 21 October 2014

REVIEW // Bee Good 3-in-1 Cleansing Water

Ooh another attempt at a beauty post, look at me go!

This product I actually got a while ago so I've had a good amount of time to review it, and I must say I'm really impressed with it.  Before I get into anything, here's a little information about the brand & product.

Bee Good was created by a husband & wife, combining Simon's beekeeping hobby with Caroline's love of skincare, so all products use beeswax and honey from British bees.

"This 3-in-1 cleansing water dissolves make-up, cleanses and tones the skin - no water needed!  Gentle enough to use on the delicate eye area, it leaves skin bee-autifully clean, toned and refreshed.  The active ingredients include moisturising British wild flower honey, brightening red algae and refreshing wild water mint."

Firstly, I'm surprised at how long the product has lasted me; I didn't think 100ml would go that far, but I got it in July and after using it every other day or so there's just under half left (I'd say).  I usually use it after taking heavier make-up off with my Body Shop Camomile eye makeup remover but have used for a full face of makeup before and this product works better than my Garnier Micellar Water with removing eye make-up.  I need to use 4 cotton pads for my full face, but always double cleanse as I have blemish prone skin and want to make sure my face is completely clean.  It's also very delicately scented, which I don't mind as you hardly notice it.  I have sensitive skin and this has caused no problems, it doesn't sting the eyes and leaves skin feeling fresh and not sticky.  I think I will go back and repurchase this product, however I am interested in trying out different brands and have heard good things about the NSPA Micellar Water, so would like to try that next!

Also how could I go without mentioning the packaging it came in?  I'm a big fan of when people put a lot of effort into that kind of thing, as it just makes it so much more exciting to receive.  One thing I've never seen before is what they've done with the tag with my name on it; it's made of recycled paper with seeds in it with instructions to tear it up, put it in soil and water regularly.  From the seeds, wild flowers will grow to become a source of nectar for the honeybees, such a great idea and means I can do my part to save the bees!

I'm definitely a fan of both the products and general values/ethos of the brand, and Bee Good are now stocked in some Waitrose stores, so I may have to pop in and try their other products!  Have you tried any Bee Good products?
NOTE: This is not a paid review - the item was sent to me for consideration and all thoughts are my own.


  1. Sounds interesting - the packaging is lovely as well: I'm a sucker for good packaging and I'd probably buy it right away. X

  2. this looks and sounds lovely, definitely on my list to try!

    Rachel x
    Style Soup

  3. Sounds so lovely!! - Love the pictures! :))


  4. An interesting post ...


  5. Such a cute ethos! I've seen the brand popping up all over the place recently and they're definitely on my list to try - super affordable as well! xo

    LJLV | UK Personal Style

  6. I just love the packaging and design! I love Bee's and even have a bee tattoo :))


  7. Hey, your beauty posts are nice to read. Keep 'em coming, girl. :)

    Life With Antlers // A Personal Blog

  8. love your beauty posts Amy, keep doing them! I like the sound of this cleanser, I have never heard of this brand before, it is one I will be having a look into! Thanks for sharing :) xo

    Natalie | Cosmic Creepers ♥

  9. I met the Husband and Wife that run this company at #bloggersfestival in September! They're lovely and the company and products are just amazing! A lot of effort goes into it... and I just have to invest in it myself! Nice to hear you'd repurchase it, that's always a good sign in a product!

    CAT xo
    What Cat Says | BlogLovin'


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