Manuka honey soap. Application in cosmetology

Manuka Honey Soap

This valuable product of beekeeping is also used in cosmetology. It is added to creams, decorative means, gels, serums, toning lotions. At home, you can simply put honey on your face, after dissolving it in a small amount of water.

Minerals and vitamins present in honey slow down aging of the skin and its aging, nourishing and softening it, making it soft, elastic, shrinking the pores, and also restoring and filling skin cells with life-giving moisture, which is especially important for sensitive, dry and problem skin with dermatitis, acne rash, irritation and redness.

Cosmetic qualities of this exotic product have already been appreciated by women all over the world. And many of those who used it for the treatment of any ailments or in skin care, noted rapid positive changes and improvement in the general condition and mood.


Take a look at locations in Canada where Manuka Honey Company operates: 

 Ontario (Toronto, Mississauga, North York, Richmond Hill, Ottawa, Barrie etc.)

British Columbia (Victoria, Vancouver, Richmond, Coquitlam, etc.)

Newfoundland (Mount Pearl, Conception Bay South, Grand Falls-Windsor, etc.)

Alberta (Edmonton, Calgary, Leduc, Cold Lake, etc.)


Honey Manuka - "the king of all honey"

This honorary title of New Zealand manuka honey received from local residents for its special antibacterial and antiseptic properties. Obtained from the nectar of a medicinal plant, this product is considered the most effective natural antibiotic by the degree of immune activity and the level of concentration of biologically active substances. Probably, therefore, it is used primarily as a natural medicine and only later as a dessert.

Beekeepers in New Zealand manage to get a small amount of manuka honey. And it is unlikely that more will be produced in the near future. While the demand for this potent natural antibiotic is increasing and, probably, the price for it will not decrease either.

Today you can purchase this product from us. Certified and licensed product offered by beekeepers in New Zealand can be ordered by mail directly from manufacturers or their authorized representatives.