DIY Bee Good Gift Hampers



The Beauty Shed is my favourite little beauty salon, but also one of my favourite places to do my gift shopping (and stop for a hot chocolate while I'm at it). Their little store sells some lovely products from brands like Green & Spring and Catseye, and everything is always beautifully gift wrapped to perfection. And now, their online store is fully launched, meaning you can buy these lovely (and gorgeously presented) gifts from anywhere! (Although if you can make it into Hove, I promise you that the experience alone will be worth the trip).

Bee Good is the latest line to join the Beauty Shed's line up of (somewhat unique and hard-to-find) brands. I've seen a lot of beauty bloggers raving about Bee Good; an all-natural, premium, British, honey skincare range - and for Christmas, The Beauty Shed are offering bespoke gift boxes. With two sizes of empty boxes available, you can mix and match products to make the perfect gift for someone special.

When I last visited for an Essie manicure, The Beauty Shed had made me up a facial care hamper as an early Christmas present!

A pink gingham ribbon tied up the cardboard Bee Good box, and inside pink tissue paper wrapped a Honey & Propolis 2-in-1 cleanser, a Honey & Camelina facial exfoliator and Honey & Wild Flax daily moisturiser.



Each of the products feel rich and luxurious and have a gorgeous fragrance; natural and delicate, nothing too sweet or overpowering. The products make for quite a 'spa like' experience at home due to the high quality, creamy consistency and indulgent scent.

My favourite product is the 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser, which is similar to the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish. It comes with a little muslin cloth, which is used to gently wipe the cleanser off. I like to heat the cloth with hot water and leave it on my face for a minute to open the pores and let the cleanser get deep into my skin. So relaxing.

I think these gift boxes are such a good idea as you can tailor the products to what you think the recipient would like - it's always a shame when you recieve a pre-packed gift set that has one item in it that's not quite right. 

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