They are here!
I put my education in beauty and nutrition to work alongside my own experience with fine skin care products to make my first five varieties of CHB soaps.
For those of you who do not know, CHB is Coastal Honey Bees LLC and is our own family beekeeping business. We are about 18 months into the birth of this enterprise and at present own and maintain 70 active beehives along the Treasure Coast in Florida. More than half of them are at our own apiary in Hobe Sound. The rest are placed at high-end golf courses (Roger, my husband, has been in the golf course business for more than 35 years).
Our honey and honey products are all available at our offices, at White City Mercantile, and, soon to be at the Sunday Farmer’s Market in Tradition, PSL, Fl. Online sales will be launched in the near future as well.
About Coastal Honey Bees Soaps:
There are currently 5 varieties:
White Coconut Cream (mild fresh rose fragrance)
Pink Coconut Cream (mild fresh rose fragrance)
Lemon Coconut w/Pink cream swirl (mild lemon fragrance)
Grapefruit Glycerin (Stronger grapefruit fragrance)
Bergamot Bee (mild bergamot fragrance)
Are handmade and have at least 1 FULL tablespoon of our own raw honey in each bar.
Are full of skin-loving oils such as rose hip, grapeseed, jojoba and vitamin e.
Are detergent-free and low sudsing. They can work up a lather rich enough to shave with.
Are good for your skin. Honey seals in the nutrients from the oils and other ingredients such as coconut cream and oatmeal.
All are at least 3 ounce size.
Are great for dry skin or for preventing dry skin. They do cleanse very well, are long-lasting, and since they leave your skin well-nourished, you may not need additional lotion. They rinse perfectly clean and just leave your skin smooth and soft.
A Sisal bag, that also doubles as an exfoliating mitt to be used on the body.
A mesh bag that also doubles as a face and body exfoliating mitt.
A PVC sponge that makes a great rustic or beach style soap dish.
Price $4.50 each. All 5 types for $16. Your choice of packaging.
They will be available later this month at White City Mercantile, our own offices, and, in November at our stand at the Farmer’s Market in Tradition. We will post more information about the Farmer’s Market.
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