All-Natural Eco-Friendly Hair and Skincare Sourced from Tasmania’s Mountains, Seas, Farms & Rainforests
All Beauty and the Bees hair and skincare products are built on a foundation of 3 simple words: Raw. Rare. Real.
Natural ingredients from the Apiaries, Beaches, Dairies, Forests and Farms of Australia’s wild island of Tasmania.
Leatherwood Honey and Beeswax found only in the ancient rainforests along Tasmania’s wild west coast.
Our Ingredients, People, and Commitment towards this Australian Island’s Environment and Economy.
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The Beauty and the Bees Difference
We don’t have to tell you that there are almost limitless “natural” hair and skincare products on the market these days, but Beauty and the Bees stands out because we’ve been creating our locally-sourced, eco-friendly products for almost three decades, generating thousands of positive testimonials and almost fanatical customers. We did it first and we do it better by sticking to our belief in personally testing every ingredient we use and in our commitment to a small-batch, handmade approach to beauty products.
We believe you should choose Beauty and the Bees because of:
The herbs, honey, waxes, plant oils, mineral and clay ingredients featured in Beauty and the Bees products have been used by humans for centuries without the harmful side effects increasingly evident in today’s chemical-laden world. Each ingredient has been specifically chosen because it is natural and has a history of benefiting the body is some special way, and, just as important…
Synthetics, petrochemicals, detergents, harsh chemical scents, chemical preservatives, or any other ingredient harmful to humans or the environment.
All of our products, and importantly all ingredients, are tested only on humans, never animals.
Since 1993, through our emphasis on cardboard, recycled glass and other recycled materials, we have saved over a million pieces of plastic packaging from landfills.
Not only are all ingredients used in Beauty and the Bees products edible, they’re healthy and delicious because, whenever possible, they’re sourced from Tasmania, an island of temperate rainforests, rich volcanic soil, air purified by arctic currents, and home to some of the cleanest water on Earth