Bee Good Necta Perfecta Beautifying Mask

I was really excited when I was given the opportunity to try this out. When it arrived I was so surprised at the size of the tub! More often than not, when you see something online you expect it to be a lot bigger than it actually turns out to be. But that wasn’t the case with this, the tub is soo much bigger than I had anticipated!

One of my favourite things about this product is that the packaging really reflects the product. I love the bee hive on the lid, and the tub itself gives a luxurious feel.

I had anticipated this to be really stiff and quite solid, which would be hard to blend. So I was pleasantly surprised at how creamy and soft it feels. It applies to the skin so easily, as it glides across.

So online, this is what it claims to do:

The UK’s first multi-tasking youth enhancing face and body enzyme mask to deliver targeted results & prepare your skin to maximise the effectiveness of your skincare, make-up and tanning products. Use regularly prior to any other skincare products. 

For mature or ageing skin:

Camelina oil with potent anti-ageing properties is blended with vitamin E-rich wheatgerm oil to combat free radicals, improve skin elasticity & add luminosity. British honey, beeswax & 100% natural plant waxes combine to  plump skin & improve the appearance of fine lines & wrinkles.

For challenged / hormonal skin:

Natural alpha hydroxy acids from 5 fruit enzymes gently exfoliate, stimulate cell regeneration & minimise skin imperfections. British propolis & Bisabolol work in harmony to accelerate the skin’s natural healing process.

For dehydrated or dry skin:

A blend of British honey, beeswax & 100% natural plant waxes attracts & locks in moisture, reducing trans epidermal water loss & protecting against dehydration.

 

  • Face rejuvenator – Use whenever your skin needs an extra boost to target the signs of ageing, refine & improve elasticity
  • Scalp treatment – Use as a scalp mask prior to shampooing to stimulate cell renewal & promote overall skin & hair health
  • SOS reparative mask – Use as an intensive treatment mask to cocoon sore, dry or challenged skin on elbows, knees and feet
  • Hands rescue remedy – Use overnight and wake up to intensively moisturised hands & cuticles

 

I wanted to try this mainly on my face, as I don’t personally really suffer from dry skin anywhere else. For an intensive over night mask, I like to apply it all over my face and sleep with it on. It does feel really weird at first, and it looks like your face is soaking wet. In the morning, I just wash it off in the shower and continue with my skincare as normal. Keeping this on overnight leaves my skin ridiculously soft, and really hydrated and plump! (This would be really great for those who suffer with dry skin!) It’s amazing how much nicer and glowy my skin feels the next day. This is good to do once a week.

I’m not sure if you’re supposed to do this, but I like to generously spread the balm across my lips and leave on overnight. I honestly don’t have to use a lip balm for a good few days after doing so, as it leaves them baby soft (and I am an avid lip balm user!)

You can also apply this as a quick 1 minute flash mask, as well as keeping it on for up to 1 hour for a pamper mask. These ways also work really well, and I find that a flash mask is great to use before applying a full face of make up. It makes your skin feel super clear and clean, and the make up glides over it so well!

Here are the key ingredients!

  • Olive husk oil
  • British beeswax
  • Acacia, jojoba, sunflower seed waxes
  • British wildflower honey
  • Wheatgerm oil
  • Bilberry fruit (extract)
  • British camelina oil
  • Sugar cane (extract)
  • Lemon fruit (extract)
  • Sugar maple (extract)
  • British propolis (extract)
  • Orange fruit (extract)
  • Bisabolol

 

This pot costs £39.95, and for the size of the product, the versatility, the beautiful packaging, the natural ingredients, and the quality of the product itself- I do think it’s worth the money. Oh and not to forget that Bee good are promoting the safety our British Bees! If you get a chance, you should definitely check out the Bee Good website and have a little read of their story, I found it really interesting!

 

 

https://beegood.co.uk

B xx

 

2 Comments

  1. Liz
    February 7, 2017 / 09:07

    Looks a great product and a really interesting blog to read

  2. brogan
    February 11, 2017 / 18:50

    Thank you liz! 🙂 xx

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