Hi, This is Adriana, the beekeeper from South Mountain Bees.
Between gardening and swimming my skin gets really dry. The chlorine of the pool leaves my skin so tight I feel it's going to rip when I smile. Not quite, but you know the feeling. You've been out in the garden or going for a walk on the beach, and after a while your skin needs some TLC.
I used to have a many step skin care routine: cleanser, exfoliator, toner, several serums, eye cream duo, and face cream. Ever since I started making our moisturizing cream with Shea butter and vitamin E, I just use that, and people ask me what I put on my face, since my skin looks so good. I love the compliment, but what I enjoy the most is simplifying my life.
You'll experience immediate relief, and lasting benefits. It has an initial shine, but it absorbs quickly. It is so concentrated that a few drops will coat your face, neck, and both hands.
Carol, a nurse from Maplewood, New Jersey, said: "After trying the moisturizer yesterday on my hands I can tell you it's sensational! After several washings my hands still felt smooth and that for me is a miracle."
Last but not least, remember that you get a free pollinator friendly plant with each local purchase. Just choose from lemon balm, coneflower, catnip, shiso, peppermint, blue lobelia, and more (while supplies last).