Why Manuka Honey?
Where Does Manuka Honey Come From?
All Honeyskin products contain raw Manuka honey sourced on New Zealand’s North Island.
Manuka honey is produced by local honey bees, who pollinate the flowers of the Leptospermum Scoparium tree (manuka bush), native only to New Zealand. It’s the Manuka flower working with the bee that produces nectar with characteristic and unique signature compounds. The levels of these compounds determine how high the antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties are in the honey.
Once the bees produce this special honey, it is then harvested by professional, Unique Manuka Factor® Honey Association (UMF) registered beekeepers, packaged, then shipped by way of our registered UMF distributor to us for use in all of our products.
Te Ika-a-Māui / North Island
Manuka Honey Benefits
Protects against damage caused by bacteria. Its antibacterial qualities can prevent your pores from getting infected.
Assists the body in surface-level healing. Effective in healing cuts, scrapes and skin conditions.
Helps your body repair tissue damaged by infection. It’s antibacterial nature makes it effective in soothing acne prone skin.
Nourishes the skin with a powerful medley of vitamins & minerals. It’s antioxidant properties soften skin and restore a youthful complexion.
May help treat these issues:
Getting the Makuka Honey from the hive to our products takes a while and it’s quite a process! Below are some facts about our honey workers!
I can fly for up to 6 mi / 9.7 kms, and as fast as 15 mi / 24 kms per hour.
I visit up to 50-100 flowers during any one flight from the hive.
I need to visit around
4 million flowers to make 2.2 lbs / 1 kg of honey.
My hive of bees flies around 54,991 mi / 88,500 kms to produce 1/2 kg of honey.
A worker bee like me produces a maximum of
1 teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.
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Benefits of Manuka Honey and Tea Tree Oil for Hair Care
Manuka Honey and Tea Tree Oil are two natural ingredients that have gained popularity in the world of hair care. These ingredients work to nourish and moisturize the scalp, while also helping to control dandruff and other scalp conditions. Both are known for their nourishing and therapeutic properties and can be used in a variety of hair care products, including shampoos, conditioners, and hair masks.