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Skinbuzz Review: Bee Powered Beauty Products That Feel Good And Do Good

Bee•Witched Organic Toner

First of all, the Bee•Witched Organic Toner smells quite good!

The most powerful ingredients in this toner are witch hazel, which is a natural anti-inflammatory astringent, and propolis, which is basically a bee glue made of beeswax and saliva that is also anti-inflammatory, as well as antimicrobial.

It really does help your face glow, while fighting all that bad bacteria that causes acne.

You can buy it here for $19

Clean•Bee Organic Cleanser

The Clean•Bee Organic Cleanser also has propolis in it, as well as white willow, aloe vera, and cucumber to keep your face calm.

Just a dab will do you: you only need about a dime-sized amount at one time, and I feel like this helps clean your face without making it dry out, which is always a huge problem for me.

You can buy it here for $25

Bee•You•Tiful Organic Moisturizer

The Bee•You•Tiful Organic Moisturizer contains beeswax, which is well known for being anti-bacterial as well as anti-inflammatory.

This also has jojoba and grapeseed oils, which are healing as well as moisturizing.

Again, a little really goes a long way with this! I like that it doesn’t make your face feel too oily or greasy after applying.

You can buy it here for $38

Coal•Bee Charcoal Mask

I love a good mask, and the Coal•Bee Charcoal Mask sure earned a place among my favorites! It’s made with bentonite clay and activated charcoal to get you that deep clean and glow.

It also has propolis and royal jelly; which is a good anti-aging ingredient. Leave this mask on for approximately 10 minutes to get the best results!

You can buy it here for $28

Bee•Safe Organic Mineral Sunscreen with 30 SPF

I love that the Bee•Safe Organic Mineral Sunscreen comes with 30 SPF, and it really does make for a good base under your makeup. You can also try mixing it in with your foundation, although I haven’t done that yet.

It’s important to protect your face with a good sunscreen, especially as you get older, and I don’t find this one greasy and gross.

The cool ingredients in this are royal jelly, aloe vera, cucumber, and jojoba oil.

You can buy it here for $29.50

Facial Kit

How about an at-home spa day? The Skinuzz Facial Kit is the perfect way to make yourself feel pampered without ever leaving your house.

This kit comes complete with a little Clean•Bee Cleanser, Bee•Witched Toner, Bee•You•Tiful Moisturizer and Coal•Bee Clay Mask.

There’s also an Activated Charcoal and Bamboo Face Cloth which feels like a cloud, and an adorable little SkinBuzz Headband to keep your hair out of your face.

You can buy it here for $42

It always makes me a little nervous (and excited) to test anything out on my face, as I have rosacea and ridiculously sensitive skin. I break out in acne or some kind of irritation pretty easily, so it’s always a challenge to find products that don’t wreck my face.

Every single product I had the opportunity to review from Skinbuzz really kept my skin calm, cool, and collected! I definitely recommend you check their line out regardless of whether your skin is sensitive or not.

Your face will thank you!

Bre is a female millennial go getter residing in New York. One part entrepreneur, one part geek, she obtained her degree in Textile/Surface Design from The Fashion Institute of Technology.

She has held some exciting roles in both fashion as a designer working for brands like Victoria’s Secret and Henri Bendel, as well as in ad tech working for publishers like Ziff Davis.

Today she operates Chip Chick Media which reaches millions of women each month.

Bre is passionate about teaching women how to build a business and be an entrepreneur, in addition to keeping her readers informed of the latest technology trends and exciting products to improve their lifestyles. 

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Chip Chick was provided with this product for free, in exchange for our honest feedback. All thoughts and opinions expressed are our own and not influenced by the company and/or its affiliates in any way.

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