The buzz around bee yü’s new face mask

Cleanse, tighten and regenerate face masque helps support Bumblebee Conservation Trust

New Zealand-based skin care brand bee yü is donating £5 from each sale of its cleanse, tighten and regenerate face mask to the Bumblebee Conservation Trust.

The mask, which contains a blend of Manuka honey and bee venom, along with hyaluronic acid, clover flower extract and swertia chirata extract is said to help firm and tighten skin, leaving skin hydrated and glowing thanks to its ability to increase circulation.

The antimicrobial benefits of the Manuka honey also helps to reduce and calm redness and blemishes, while the bee venom helps boost the production of collagen and elastin.

According to the brand, bumblebee populations have dramatically declined since the late 1930s due to the catastrophic loss of 98% of the nation’s wildflower meadows.

If added that eight of the remaining 24 species are endangered in the UK.

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