Active Manuka Honey is prized for its health-supporting properties, and widely studied for its antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and wound-healing effects. Some of these include:
Find out more about Manuka Honey (and how to choose the right one for you) using our FREE guide: Health Benefits of Manuka Honey.
Beauty routines don’t need to be complicated. Make the most of the antibacterial properties of Active Manuka honey by applying it directly onto damp skin. If you’re not in the mood to do a full mask, simply dab some on as a spot treatment, and let the anti-inflammatory actives go to work. Wash off with warm water after 15 minutes and follow up with a moisturiser for best results.
We’ve all heard of using oatmeal in a bath to soothe upset skin. Next time you’re filling up the tub try out our recipe for a hydrating and calming addition. Not only will you smell great, but the skin-calming properties of the oats and the hydrating power of the honey will leave your skin calm and quenched.
Say goodbye to chapped skin. This recipe is super simple and can be modified in so many ways. To create your own DIY Active Manuka Honey balm, give our recipe using coconut oil and Shea butter a try! Find the full recipe here voilà!
Combine the benefits of two powerhouse ingredients: Green tea and Active Manuka Honey. They work together using antioxidants to help repair damage on the skin.
Find our full method here.
A spot treatment, a bath soak, a lip balm, and a face mask. When it comes to skincare, Active Manuka Honey is a soothing and hydrating way to incorporate natural ingredients into your daily routine.
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