Our raw materials

Our products are all 100% handmade and contain some of the most valuable ingredients that nature has to offer. We produce exclusively in Germany with the best natural beeswax, fresh honey and fragrant propolis. We do not test on animals and never will. All products are naturally made without artificial preservatives, mineral oils, parabens or phthalates.

We produce in Graben-Neudorf, a small community in the south-west of Germany and the honey is sourced regionally from our own small apiary. The highest quality is the most important thing for us when we make the selection for our raw materials. We don't use cheap and non-nutritive oils like soybean or sunflower oil, instead using the more effective avocado, jojoba and apricot kernel oils. Each raw material is closely inspected and we make sure the quality is perfect, just like you expect from our products.

All natural, no chemicals, handmade, no animal testing, no micro plastic, bee friendly


Propolis tincture and propolis on a sugar background

Protects the hive and your skin! Honey bees produce propolis by mixing their saliva and beeswax with various plant substances. Propolis is also called "bee glue" because the bees use it in the hive to close small slits and because it is very sticky at room temperature. Propolis is rich in organic compounds such as caffeic acid and long-chain wax esters. It contains minerals such as magnesium, calcium and zinc for a well-groomed skin. But one of the most important benefits is its antioxidant properties. Antioxidants are chemical compounds that slow down cell oxidation. This causes the skin to age faster. However, propolis can naturally restore and maintain the skin's structure and even have a rejuvenating effect on the complexion.

It's all about the moisture! Honey bees actually produce the natural wax themselves. They secrete it from special glands, chew it and use it to build those perfect hexagonal shapes we all know. In these cells, baby bees grow and honey is stored. Beeswax has several benefits when applied to the skin. It serves as a barrier that helps protect the skin from environmental aggressors while locking in moisture and preventing dryness. Unlike mineral oil ingredients, beeswax allows skin to breathe and does not clog pores. Additionally, when you apply beeswax to the skin, it attracts water molecules, which helps the skin retain moisture over time. And last but not least, of course, we don't want to forget the unique beautiful scent of beeswax!

Honey is the only non-dried food that does not spoil. The secret behind it is its unique chemical structure. A high sugar content and low water content is unpopular with bacteria. Honey production begins when bees pollinate flowers. They collect nectar and store it in their honey stomach (which is not the normal stomach). Back in the hive, they give the nectar to other worker bees, who chew it for about half an hour. It is passed from bee to bee until it slowly turns into honey. It is then stored in the honeycomb. When the honey is ready, the bees seal it with a thin layer of wax. Honey has a clarifying effect on the skin. It opens the pores and makes it easy to remove blockages. Honey is particularly good for dry skin as it is also described as a humectant that attracts and locks in moisture. Using honey in our body scrubs is particularly beneficial for dry skin areas (such as elbows or knees) as it moisturizes.


A sweet treat for your body! Sugar may not be good for your body in candy, but in your skincare routine, it's a real secret weapon! For one, sugar is a humectant, meaning it attracts and retains moisture from the environment. So if you use products with sugar, they even moisturize your skin. Furthermore, the sugar crystals are ideal as peeling particles. We use it in our body scrubs to get rid of dead skin cells and bring out radiant, young-looking skin. Sugar scrubs also have some advantages over salt scrubs. For one thing, the small sugar crystals are generally gentler on the skin than salt; on the other hand, they are more moisturizing than salt peelings due to their property as humectants.

White sugar and brown cane sugar against a sugar background

apricot kernel oil

Apricot kernel oil and apricots against a sugar background

For your sensitive side! Apricot oil is extracted from the stone in the center of the fruit. The apricot kernel oil we use is cold-pressed. This means that it is pressed out of the core under a lot of pressure without heating it. The lightly scented oil is packed with fatty acids, vitamins A, C and E and plenty of antioxidants to help preserve skin's youthful glow. It is a very mild oil, which is particularly suitable for sensitive skin and penetrates the horny layer of the skin very well. As a result, it nourishes the skin, providing moisture and vitamins that are lost throughout the day. This restores the skin's natural glow and maintains a healthy appearance.

avocado oil

A boost for your cell regeneration! Avocado oil has a high proportion of palmitoleic acid, which makes it well tolerated by sensitive skin. The phytosterols in the oil help to protect the skin, as they are structurally similar to the body's own cholesterol and can therefore help to stimulate cell production. The beta-carotenes, protein, lecithin, fatty acids and vitamins A, D and E in avocado oil help the skin retain moisture and boost collagen metabolism. Not only is the oil a very good moisturizer, it also softens the skin and can reduce age spots and fine lines.

Avocado oil and avocados against a sugar background

jojoba oil

Jojoba oil and jojoba seeds against a sugar background

The superfood for your skin! Jojoba oil is actually a wax extracted from the nut of the jojoba bush. Because jojoba oil is a natural emollient, it soothes the skin and unclogs clogged hair follicles. Our sebaceous glands are microscopic glands in the skin that produce the oily substance sebum. The texture of sebum is similar to that of jojoba oil. As we age, our sebum glands begin to reduce production, resulting in dry skin. A great advantage of jojoba oil is that it can take on the role of sebum on the skin, thus moisturizing the skin when our body gradually ceases this function. On the other hand, too much sebum can lead to oily skin and pimples. Jojoba Oil removes this excess sebum and sticky build-up leaving the skin with a healthy oil balance. Although it is an oil/wax - and we usually think of oil as sticking to our skin and causing breakouts - jojoba oil works as a cleanser while protecting the skin. That makes it perfect for our body scrub.

mango butter

We all know mangoes from our fruit salad or smoothies - but mango butter is largely unknown. Mango butter is extracted from the mango kernel and has a slightly sweet scent. It is medium solid at room temperature and melts on skin contact. Its consistency can be compared to that of shea butter. Since mango butter is very rich in vitamin C, it stimulates a firmer complexion and helps to reduce fine lines. Dry patches and flaky skin, even sensitive skin, can benefit from daily use of mango butter as it deeply hydrates. Mango butter is rich in oleic and stearic acid. These fatty acids make the skin supple and soft.

Mango butter and mangoes against a sugar background

vitamin E

Vitamin E against a sugar background

It's common knowledge that vitamin E is good for your skin, but not many people can say exactly what this nutrient can do. Vitamin E is both a nutrient and an antioxidant. The oil in its pure form is very versatile and protects and repairs the skin. As indicated by its vitamin classification, it is a skin nutrient. Vitamin E Oil blocks the free radicals that play a major role in skin aging. At the same time, it rids the skin of dirt and other impurities while keeping the skin's oil balance in balance. It penetrates only slightly into the horny layer, which has a smooth effect on the skin. Vitamin E works best when combined with Vitamin C and as it is a very skin friendly oil it is perfect for daily use in our Body Scrub.

vitamin C

Vitamin C is not only healthy when consumed through food, it is also a very effective raw material in skin care. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that fights free radicals. Does your skin look dull? Vitamin C can help restore radiance by stimulating the skin's surface to accelerate skin renewal. Old and dead skin cells will be replaced by the young and new cells underneath and the skin will feel softer and fresher. Vitamin C has a natural exfoliating effect that can help with age spots. Most companies use the cheap ascorbic acid, which dissolves in water, even though most products are oil-based. We chose to use Ascorbyl Palmitate instead, which can dissolve in our oils and have a long lasting effect on the skin.

Vitamin C and citrus fruits on a sugar background

squalane oil

Squalane oil against a sugar background

The not so oily oil! This oil, which also occurs naturally in our bodies, is extracted from either olives or shark liver. We only use vegetable squalane. That's right, our squalane does NOT come from animal sources! Although it's also found in our bodies, production drops drastically after the age of 30, which can lead to dry skin. Using a moisturizer with squalane can help restore the skin's oil balance. The biggest benefit of squalane is that (despite being an oil) it doesn't feel oily. It also has no odor and does not clog the pores of the skin. Products containing squalane are usually slowly absorbed by the skin. Similar to vitamin E, squalane forms a protective layer between the skin and the environment to help the skin retain moisture.