Life Elements

Healing Honey Stick Case of 12

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Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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Excellent product!

2/11/2016 by Rodney

I used it on my dry skin elbows after little success with other products. I received immediate relief! I recommend it.


Seems to work well

2/10/2016 by Barbara

Had a blister it seems to have cleared up quickly.


So so

7/20/2020 by Jane

Not as effective as vitamin E cream, and unhelpful on burns


Product works

1/1/2020 by Dean

The product works as advertised



12/30/2019 by Pamela

I like it very much for my lips. It did not stop my itchy skin. Glad I tried out the smaller size.


just started using

6/26/2019 by Mike

So my results are minimal. The stick is easy to use, leaves skin soft with a light film and it has a fragrance that is somewhat medicinal in scent but not objectionable.


Still trying.

2/13/2019 by Lou

I've used this, but haven't had results as other reviewers. I'll keep using it awhile before I give up on it.


effective . . . but . . .

12/28/2018 by Rita

I honestly can't get beyond the extremely potent odor of tea tree oil (?) -- in fact, I reach for just about anything else before I settle on this product. It IS effective -- but OMG ! the SMELL ! (on more positive note: it really helps clear clogged sinuses . . . )



7/25/2018 by Judith J

Yo7 must be careful when you use it. I was using it for very dry skin, but it never soaks in. Good for bed time.


Not what I thought it was

11/9/2019 by larna

Good to have on hand but not as good as I expected,

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The Life Elements Story

Bee good.

Bee Benefits

Sure, honey is good for you. But a beehive makes a lot more than honey, and all those other hive elements are as healthy for you as for the bees. Life Elements knows that, so they packed their healing honey skin care full of all-natural, bee-derived goodness.

Their balm combines raw, unfiltered honey, moisture-rich beeswax, bee pollen, and even propolis—the resin that the bees gather as they brush against leaf buds or tree bark—which is rich in antibacterial agents. They add royal jelly, too—the nutrient-rich food bees feed to their offspring—for its amino acids, minerals, B-vitamins, and

Beekeepers Martha and Curt Van Inwegen harvest their buzzworthy ingredients from American-born and -bred bees. Olive oil, Vitamin E, shea butter, and essential oils round out their all-natural formula.

Roll some on chapped lips, dry hands, or rough heels. Or use it to calm minor cuts or burns. You can even apply it to pets’ paws, or use it on diaper rash.

Get the healthy benefits of the entire hive with a just a few swipes.
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