Propolis Ointment - Bee Cosmetics

30ml Aluminium Tin


Handmade in West Sussex, UK




We are so pleased to stock this amazing multi-tasking 100% natural Propolis Balm. If you suffer with eczema, psoriasis or dry itchy patches, this is the one for you!


What is Propolis?

Propolis is collected by honey bees from trees, and used within the hive for health and hygiene. It has been used for centuries in skincare because of its natural medicinal, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties.

Simply made from beeswax and propolis collected from Bee Cosmetics own beehives in Sussex combined with sunflower oil. The balm can be applied to the skin to help with dermatitis, spots, cold sores, athlete's foot and many other skin conditions. Receives great customer feedback for eczema, psoriasis, burns and other rashes, including nappy rash.

Propolis is truly an amazing natural product that Colette at Vera-Bee found after many years of research for her eczema. After trying so many products from her doctor and other promising products, none of which helped, she came across Propolis and has never looked back. It's great for treating spots too. I urge you to try this! 



Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower Oil), Cera Alba (Beeswax), Propolis. 


How to Use

Apply to areas of skin needing treatment as required.


About Bee Cosmetics

For centuries bee products have been used in skincare, medicine and healthcare. We sustainably collect beeswax, honey and propolis from our beehives across Sussex to use within our range. This gives our products excellent natural skin care properties reducing the need for synthetic chemicals. 

We source the highest quality plant oils, butters and essential oils, combining them with our simple recipes and long-established techniques to reduce the need for synthetic chemicals found in most mass-produced skincare. 

 We adopt a handmade small batch process, making at most 80 products per batch. This allows for hand-craft, attention to detail and reduced waste. All products are packaged inhouse using recyclable or reusable containers, avoiding wasteful packaging.