Floral Bath Melt Bar
Honey has natural antioxidant and anti-microbial properties and has been used historically as a wound dressing to promote healing and prevent infection.
Simply snap off 1-4 squares and pop them into a warm, running bath where they will melt into a bath oil, releasing the infused honey, nut butters and a floral fragrance of ylang ylang, lavender and lemon oils.
Harvested and produced in the UK. Contains 100% natural ingredients.
Approximate size: 7.5cm wide x 15.5cm long x 1cm thick. 80g.
Tell Me More
Our Tiny Bees work directly with British beekeepers who supply them with 100% British honey and wax. They only use English essential oils in their products and the tins they use are also from a British company.
All the honey used is harvested by traditional beekeepers that work in a sustainable way and are dedicated to preserving this precious commodity. Supporting these small-scale beekeepers and their bees also means that bee numbers will be increased which has a positive effect on UK pollination.
All Our Tiny Bees products are completely natural and therefore contain no paraffin, artificial fragrances or flavourings.
Honey has natural antioxidant and anti-microbial properties that help to protect the skin and supports the skin's ability to rejuvenate and refresh. Honey has also been used as a wound dressing historically and can promote healing and prevent infection because of its natural anti-microbial properties.
Beeswax is naturally anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and has antiviral benefits too.
'Our Tiny Bees' Honey, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Ylang Ylang, British Lavender Oil, Lemon Oil.
About the Brand
Jonathan, founder of Our Tiny Bees, keeps bees at the company premises based in Sheffield, UK. Jon feels it gives them a direct link to what they believe in - a simpler more natural existence. Part of his mission of bringing natural and delightful bee products to the market, is to help educate people and children about bees and the fact that natural skin care is good for you and good for British bees.