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Beeswax Hand Cream Jar

By Savannah Bee

$14.50
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Fresh peach-scented with a rich and creamy texture, this long-lasting formula protects and softens hard-working hands. Beeswax creates a natural barrier between your skin and cold, dry air, and locks in your skin's natural moisture.

  • Made in the USA
  • Materials: Beeswax, royal jelly, honey, and propolis
  • Contains nutrient-rich and hydrating ingredients straight from the beehive
  • Pecan and almond oils provide added moisture
  • Beeswax helps create a barrier for protection to keep the hands softer longer
  • Packaged in a beautiful box ideal for gifting
  • Volume: 3.4 oz.
  • Dimensions: 2.5" x 2.5" x 2.5"
  • Weight: 0.75 lb.

17 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

The best ever

3/31/2019 by Jenny

I love the way this makes my hands feel. It's not greasy at all, and it works beautifully.

5

Fantastic

3/29/2019 by Jenny

I love this hand cream. It's creamy and absorbent and smells good and does a great job of softening my skin.

5

Great gift to give

12/30/2018 by Erin

I got two jars of Savannah Bee Beeswax Hand Cream for my Mom and friend this Christmas. They were so pleased with the texture and feeling of this wonderful cream—me too, as I got to sample it!!More > < Less

5

Does the job!

12/21/2018 by Barbara

Never found a hand cream that made my chapped hands feel soft until I tried “ Savannah Bee Beewax Hand Cream”. My manicurist even commented on how soft my hands are now :)More > < Less

5

Soothing

12/9/2018 by Mary

I have used this product for years and love them. Great for my super dry hands.

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About Savannah Bee

Chamber of Sweetness

Beekeeping is a labor of love for Ted Dennard, who took it up after a chance encounter with Roy Hightower. Roy was looking for a spot to keep his hives, and in exchange for some space on the Dennard’s forest retreat, he introduced young Ted to the ways of honeybees. Ever since that meeting, bees have been a major part of Ted’s life. He even taught beekeeping in Jamaica when he was with the Peace Corps. Many years later Ted turned his passion into a business, and today he heads The Savannah Bee Company, which offers gourmet honey and gifts created from single blossom types.