Beauty Benefits of Honey

A few days friend who was visiting came to me and said “why do you have honey in your bathroom?

Um hello why not??

For years now honey has been a part of my beauty routine so of course there is a place for it on my bathroom cabinet.

Here are just a few beauty uses for honey.

1. Acne - Honey’s anti-bacterial properties make it an excellent cleanser for Acne.

Apply some raw honey to the affected area and rinse off after 10-15 minutes

2. Scars - Honey has a bleaching effect so regular use of honey on the affected area can dramatically fade old or new scars

3. Moisturizer - Honey is very soothing, hydrating and moisturizing.

Use raw honey as a facial mask or use it in any DIY facial mask recipes to reap its benefits

4. Hair Conditioner - Honeys moisturizing and softening properties make it a wonderful hair conditioner. It also give shine to dull hair.

Mix 1 Tbsp raw honey with 2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil and use your hands to evenly disperse the mixture throughout your hair. Rinse off after 20-30 minutes

5. Lip scrub - Mix honey with brown sugar and a few drops of lemon juice to make the most amazing lip scrub. Simply apply mixture to your lips and gently exfoliate after 5 minutes.

6. Eczema - Honey’s anti-inflammatory properties can help calm Eczema, Rosacea and Psoriasis prone skin. Simply apply honey to the affected area and rinse off after 20 minutes

Do you have any beauty remedies that include honey?

Get fit with BE:FIT London

They say that summer bodies are built in the winter but just because you start a little late don’t mean you shouldn’t start at all right?

Be:Fit London is the perfect place to get you excited for working out and feeling good about yourself with an amazing range of range of pop-up fitness classes including Barry’s Bootcamp, FRAME, Core Collective, Les Mills and GymBox.

Foodies gather round! Throughout the weekend there will be cooking classes with Dale Pinnock, Tess Ward and Amelia Freer, not to mention the food free samples some of which taste so good you would not believe they are healthy.

There will also be inspirational talks from health and beauty gurus Natasha Corrett, Zanna van Dijk, Madeleine Shaw and many others.

Grab a friend in fact grab a group of friends and head down to the Business Design Center, Islington from 29 April – 1 May for a girlie outing with a healthy twist.

Be:fit London aims to empower women and provide visitors with the long-term tools they need to increase their confidence and happiness, by removing the intimidation and competition from the health and fitness world, and bringing back the fun.

An All Inclusive Day or Weekend Pass to Be:Fit London 2016 includes unlimited entry to classes in the Reebok Fitness Studio, cooking sessions in the Oatly Kitchen and talks on the Main Stage. You will also have full access to the shopping village, with over 100 health, fitness and nutrition brands.

All Inclusive Day Pass: £25

All Inclusive Weekend Pass (3 days): £55

All Inclusive Student/Concession Day Pass: £20

(Must have a valid NUS card with you for entry)

Child Pass: £10

Why not spoil yourself and go for the VIP Experience Pass
In addition to all the benefits of a Be:Fit London Day Pass, you can also enjoy:

All day entry into the exclusive VIP lounge
Free hair styling
Free beauty treatments from top brands
Free healthy food and drinks
Fastrack entry to all classes, kitchen sessions and talks
Free pre-booking of one class, kitchen session and talk
VIP surprise giveaways

All for only £75
A bespoke Be:Fit London and Hey Holla tote bag, filled with goodies, worth over £50!

Brand new for 2016, the Platinum Pass entitles you to all the features of a VIP Day Pass, across all three days for £150! That’s an extra day of VIP treatment, totally free.

Tickets can be purchased from the BE:FIT London Website 

Not sure if you want to go why not check out my review of the first ever Be:Fit London event 

and my Instagram posts from BE:FIT London 2015

and 2014

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