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Bee On The Go Travel Size Gift Set

Put in that PTO request. The Bee on the Go Travel Kit is designed for jet-setting bees out there foraging for fun!

Traveling can take a toll on your skin. Frequent changes in climate and exposure to the elements can leave skin feeling rough and dry - especially the hands and lips

The Bee on the Go Travel Kit includes four of our top products to restore moisture and help protect your skin from further damage: Tupelo Honey Beeswax Lip Balm, Travel Size Spearmint Beeswax Salve, Travel Size Rosemary Lavender Body Balm, and Honey Almond Hand Cream Tube

All these premium Savannah Bee products come in a sweet burlap case with zipper closure, perfect for tossing into a carry-on, backpack, tote bag or purse

Go ahead and give in to your wanderlust! Just make sure to take a little bit o’ the Bee wherever you go.


Tupelo Honey Beeswax Lip Balm goes on smooth and silky, softened with the oils of coconut, olive, cocoa, and hemp seed. Honey, propolis, and royal jelly deeply moisturize and nourish dry lips.

Our USDA Certified Organic Spearmint Beeswax Salve penetrates quickly to moisturize and condition dry, distressed skin with a blend of pure beeswax, vitamin E, and olive oil.

Honey & Beeswax Body Balm helps protect your skin from dehydration and inflammation while the unique Rosemary Lavender scent calms your mind. Honey, cocoa butter and coconut oil soften and supply your skin with much-needed nutrients. Propolis helps protect against bacteria and fight blemishes, while royal jelly deeply moisturizes and works to improve skin elasticity.

Our Original Honey Almond Beeswax Hand Cream contains all four hive ingredients – beeswax, royal jelly, propolis, and honey – a powerful combination that nourishes and protects skin. Softening pecan and peach kernel oils add vitamins A, E, and B, plus essential fatty acids, while anti-oxidizing blueberry extract protects skin from cell damage.

  • Paraben Free

  • Phthalate Free

  • NO Animal Testing

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Honey Almond Beeswax & Royal Jelly Hand Cream

  • Used to be called Beeswax Hand Cream

  • Great for dry, rough, chapped, cracked skin

  • Rich and creamy texture

  • Fast absorbing, long-lasting formula

Just one use of our Beeswax Hand Cream and you’ll be waving a (soft and supple) hand goodbye to dry skin. This best-selling Savannah Bee product naturally replenishes lost moisture and creates a barrier between skin and everything else out there looking to damage it.

It contains all four hive ingredients – beeswaxroyal jellypropolis, and honey – a powerful combination that nourishes and protects skin. Softening pecan and peach kernel oils add vitamins A, E, and B, plus essential fatty acids, while anti-oxidizing blueberry extract protects skin from cell damage.

The rich, creamy texture is quickly absorbed without leaving a greasy after-feel, and stays put through multiple washings to be effective for even the most hard-working hands. Strong enough to be effective on dry, rough, chapped, and cracked skin exposed to the elements on a regular basis.

The Honey Almond scent is rounded out with just a touch of peach for a pleasantly fresh fragrance. The 3.4oz jar comes in a cute box perfect for gifting. The handy 1.7oz tube is great for travel and fits in a small cosmetics bag. Get a jar for your nightstand and a tube for your purse or desk drawer and never bee without this signature Savannah Bee product.

Apply liberally to hands and nails daily as needed to deeply hydrate skin and add a protective barrier. Here’s to better hand shakes and high fives!

  • NUT ALLERGENS: Carya Illinoensis (Pecan) Seed Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil

  • SOY ALLERGENS: Tocopherol as potential source (sometimes derived from soy)

  • Gluten Free

  • Paraben Free

  • Phthalate Free

  • No Animal Testing


Water (Aqua), Glycerin, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice*, BEESWAX (Cera Alba), Butyrospermum Parkii (SHEA BUTTER), Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil Unsaponifiables, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Polyglyceryl-3 Beeswax, Hydrogenated Coco-Glycerides, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Lauryl Laurate, Stearic Acid, Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Cetyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Caprylate, Panthenol, Tocopherol , Tocopheryl Acetate, ROYAL JELLY Extract, HONEY (Mel), PROPOLISExtract, Prunus Persica (Peach) Kernel Oil, Carya Illinoinensis (Pecan) Seed Oil, Vaccinium Angustifolium (Blueberry) Fruit Extract, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Extract, Gossypium Herbaceum (Cotton) Seed Oil , Artemisia Pallens Flower Oil, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Wax, Bisabolol, Arginine, Cetyl Hydroxyethylcellulose, Phenethyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Alcohol Denat., Fragrance (Parfum)

*certified organic

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Even though the skin on our hands is the second thickest on our body, it still gets pretty beat up in the winter. Why does this happen? Well, in the quest to avoid catching anything infectious from a friend or foe, I have definitely ramped up the frequency of handwashing and use of hand sanitizers.  If you are nodding your head because it sounds like you, you probably also have noticed that your hands have become more dry, irritated, or all-out cracked. 

The use of soap and water disrupts the delicate and fine-tuned balance of your skin barrier.  Not only does soap affect the lipids that act as a mortar around the bricks (keratinocytes) of your skin, but detergents (surfactants) have been shown to break down the protein structure of keratinocytes, adversely affecting their function.  

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There is actually a “hyper-hydration” phase once skin is exposed to surfactants, in which excess water is absorbed.  Once this excess water evaporates, keratin is damaged, unable to bind as much as water as before, resulting in a decreased barrier function. Think of a used and wet paper towel - once it’s wet and soggy, it loses its structural integrity.  Once the barrier is disrupted, your skin becomes much more susceptible to irritation from things that normally would not be an issue.  

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Things that you may be doing that are inadvertently disrupting the barrier function of your hands: 

  • Washing dishes in scalding hot water without gloves on

    • Solution? Wear gloves! It’s a little nerdy, but your hands will thank you.

  • Overusing alcohol-based hand sanitizer

    • Solution? Use an alcohol-free foaming sanitizer.  It doesn’t do the same damage to your skin barrier.

  • Walking outside in the frigid cold without using gloves

    • Solution? Wear gloves! Duh. 

  • Washing your hands and then not using any hand cream. 

    • Solution? ALWAYS use a thick hand cream after washing your hands. 

Okay then, what makes a good hand cream? Not all creams are created equal and the best hand creams are the ones formulated with ingredients that seal water in the skin, as well as restore your skin barrier.  In addition to creams with occlusive ingredients (like petrolatum or mineral oil), the most effective hand creams have glycerin. 

What is glycerin? It is a humectant derived from plants, which draws water back into the upper layers of the skin, helping to actually further moisturize, not just trap in water that is already present. Think of a sponge that sucks in water - that is essentially what glycerin does on a microscopic level. 

My absolute favorite hand cream is the Neutrogena Norwegian Hand Cream, which is packed full of glycerin. It feels a little sticky when first applied (that’s the magic ingredient, glycerin), but that quickly goes away within a minute and your hands will just feel soft and moisturized. I love it because it keeps my hands feeling great for hours. Other hand creams formulated without glycerin leave my hands dry again shortly after I’ve applied it. 

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Other faves are O’Keeffe’s Working Hands Hand Cream and Avene Cold Cream Concentrated Hand Cream. If you are a frequent hand-washer and none of the above creams are cutting it, a pro-tip is to use 3M Durable Cavilon Barrier Cream. This is a dimethicone based product, used as a skin protectant in medical settings, such as protecting the skin around ostomy bags. It stays on the skin through several hand washes, so you don’t have to apply it every time you wash your hands. 

Lastly, Superglue works fabulously to seal up any painful fissures or cracks. It acts as a liquid bandage so cutaneous nerves aren’t exposed to the air and water, making life a bit more bearable as they heal. Just don’t glue those fingers together!

If your hands are still not doing so hot after adopting these tips, it might be time to seek some face time with a dermatologist. Sometimes preventative measures are not enough and you may need prescription-strength medications to help your skin heal. I hope these tips will help you get through winter with happy, smooth hands!


Wolf R, Parish LC.  Effect of soaps and detergents on epidermal barrier function. Clin Dermatol. 2012 May-Jun;30(3):297-300.

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Hey, fellow neurodivergent crowd! Are you someone who’s got sensory problems with hand creams, but who needs hand creams because dry icky winter air? I found a shop on Etsy that sells hand cream that doesn’t feel greasy or sticky, AND that sells sampler packs so you can figure out what scents aren’t going to bug you!

HappyHandsStore features handmade hand cream originally designed for people who make fiber crafts, because they don’t want greasy goopy hand cream getting on their projects. But I tell you now, it is kind of perfect for people who need something light-but-nourishing that doesn’t trip ‘icky-feel’ sensations. Margaret, the store owner, will also sub out scents from a sampler that you KNOW are bad; I got the 32-scent pack and asked her to replace a couple of the florals that would probably trip my gender bullshit, which she was totally okay with.

Current favorite scents: Soft Cotton, Shetland (milk and honey), Sugared Tea, Snow Bear (frosty mint and moss)

I’m just saying, I’m kind of in awe of this product and will likely be ordering Big Bottles to get me through the winter.

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I also recently finished using this Alessandro International Shea Butter Ginger Hand Cream. This isn’t exactly the design of the bottle I had (it looked more like the one in my post right before this one.) Anyways, I definitely liked the scent of the shea butter ginger more than the tropical coco. Despite the fact that I liked the scent, I won’t be using this product anymore, for the reasons outlined in my previous post (click here to read it).

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Bought a present for friend🎁

There is a hand cream, shower gel and body milk all with the smell of peony🌸

Всегда хотела попробовать что-то из продуктов локситана, но всегда смущала цена, но вот теперь знаю что крема для рук у них относительно недорогие, на днях собираюсь купить один из них ☺️

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