Royal Jelly Body Butter

By Savannah Bee

$17.88 More on the way


This classic body butter formula provides deep moisturizing and delivers multivitamins and antioxidants to keep your skin the way it was born to bee.

  • Made in the USA
  • Materials: Beeswax, royal jelly, propolis, honey, aloe, coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, pecan oil, and orange peel for skin hydration
  • Scent: Mild blackberry rose
  • Packaged in a beautiful box ideal for gifting
  • Volume: 6.7 oz.
  • Dimensions: 2.75" x 3.75" x 3"
  • Weight: 1 lb.

10 Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Softens dry skin!


It' works and keeps my SO's skin supple and soft. Much of the time previously it was dry as the desert!




if you have dry will love this product. Package is very suitable for gift giving....very impressed .


Immediately notice a difference in your skin


I gave this to my wife recently and she said that she immediately felt a difference in the way her skin felt and looked. She loves this body butter. The only caveat we have found over the last few months is that our dog loves to lick it off! Apparently this stuff tastes great, too, although I have not 'taste tested' it yet. Applying this to her legs keeps them smooth all day and is not greasy at all. As I said, she loves this. I am very glad I found it for her.More > < Less


My Favorite!


I received Savannah Bee as a gift. It sits on the table next to my usual chair in the living room. I use it on my hands several times daily and also on my feet am and pm. It is great softening dry hands, cuticles and feet. It has a light honey scent. I am on my second jar which lasts me about 2 months.
I recently gave it as a gift to a friend who loves it and plans to also give it as a gift. That is a great testimonial!
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Savannah Bee


This works very well at keeping my dry skin hydrated.


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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.