Honey Girl Organics Face and Eye Crème -- 1.75 fl oz
amazing treat for skin
I can not rave about this product enough, honestly the only thing i am afraid of that this company will sell out and their kind bees will rebel in making the wonderful honey they do for these golden jars. Let me tell you i am licensed esthetician have worked in the beauty skin industry well over 20 years ( i am no spring chick ) i have access to the most expensive lines out there you name it but this is the only product line i use literally everyone asks me what i use it only pains me that many times i can not directly tell them what it is since my company does not care the products . I love love love this moisturizer i do not have any facial lines no work done all natural skin me and the jar. However be aware a little goes a long way seriously otherwise you will be writing review how greasy your skin felt and wonder what in the world people are raving about .
April 24, 2015
I am just now getting into this product line and have the Face and Eye Creme and Night Creme. While the ingredients are the same for both, the proportions (percentages) are different. The Face and Eye Creme has a thinner consistency and is more oily; the Night Creme is a little thicker with less oil. I can only surmise that because these products contain both water and oil, the Face and Eye Creme contains more water which separates from the oil (the old saying of "oil and water don't mix"). The Night Creme seems to have a little more beeswax to thicken the product. Both perform outstanding. My skin is tolerant to many ingredients in skin care products, including those that can cause congestion, but the older I get, the less I want to put on it. My face has a natural glow and more even texture since using natural products made by bees. I have tried them all - on my face - with great results (Egyptian Magic, Madre Magic, Mama Medicine's Sweet Bee Magic, and Honey Girl). EM is my least favorite because it is not organic. Sweet Bee Magic and Madre Magic are heavy, like a balm, while Honey Girl is more of a creamy moisturizer. Keep in mind that the ingredients could trigger allergies for those who are sensitive to beeswax and essential oils.
January 6, 2015
I find this product goes quicker than I expected. But I love the experience and the feel of the product. It smells good too. The olive oil separates a bit, but I still like how it feels. Have not tried it yet on the eyes, but on the neck and face, it works well. Have not noticed any significant improvement, but I prefer to use up a jar before making that determination and I am about half way through it. Good ingredients!
September 20, 2014
A honey of a face cream
Honey Girl is a reliable go-to facial moisturizer and skin softener, with a general feel-good, relaxing texture and subtle fragrance. I wouldn't be without it.
September 13, 2014
Not Quite Perfect
I really liked the formulation and application of this product. It was a great cream you only needed a little of, but it was an old batch or something? After a while I noticed some black growth on the cap where the cream touched it. The spots kept growing and I stopped using it.
July 11, 2014