Winter weather can wreak havoc on our skin. The low temperatures, harsh winds, and dry indoor heat can leave our skin feeling itchy, dry, and even painful.
The idea that chocolate causes acne is not a new one. Some studies have suggested that there might be a correlation between consuming chocolate (or other high-glycaemic foods) and the likelihood of developing acne.
BeeGlue has become such a popular choice among those looking for an all-natural alternative for treating their acne problems.
Propolis is known to help reduce redness and inflammation associated with acne, as well as helping to treat underlying bacterial infections that may be causing the breakouts.
Acne vulgaris is a common skin disorder affecting the pilosebaceous unit, arising commonly during adolescence and causing psychological stress.
Behind BeeGlue sits one very talented product research and development team. Since 1978 Apiter have developed multiple PropÒleo Propolis formulations.