All Natural Organic Ingredients

Absolutely the cleanest and purest skin care you’ll find, made with raw Hawaiian honey, beeswax, propolis, pollen, and royal jelly

Honey Girl Organics: Nature’s Goodness in a Jar

Indulge in nature’s own science with Honey Girl Organics, a brand that puts your skin and nature first.

Honey Girl Organics products are freshly handcrafted in small batches from the highest quality Certified Organic Hawaiian beehive products that are gently harvested to ensure that our workers – the delicate bee population – remain healthy and undisturbed. Unspoilt beehive products from the North Shore of Oahu are gently mingled with certified organic olive oil, which is gently heated to protect its natural biological state, in which it retains optimum nutrition for your skin.

Our bee-friendly  USDA Organic Certified products use only nature’s sunkissed goodness to ensure 100% satisfaction. Made from organic ingredients, our products are Cruelty Free, Gluten Free and non-GMO. It contains no petroleum, parabens, hormones, fillers, or silicones, making it the most targeted, luxurious and effective moisturizing and anti-aging brand available on the market today.

Find out what how each naturally sourced ingredient will do for your skin.


Honey is made by bees through a process of concentrating plant nectars. The bees may travel as far as 55,000 miles and visit more than two million flowers to gather enough nectar to make just a pound of honey. The honey bee must consume 8-10 pounds of honey to produce one pound of wax.

Honey has been known for centuries to heal wounds and treat infection, as well as being antioxidant, antibiotic and antiviral. Honey is a humectant (it attracts and retains moisture), and acts as an anti-irritant. Honey is also a natural collagen stimulator. This makes honey a natural fit in our moisturizing products and suitable for sensitive skin.

Cleopatra of Egypt was one of the more famous people in history to use honey for its skin-enhancing properties. She regularly took honey and milk baths to maintain her youthful look.

Six medical journal articles over the past three years have also described the antibiotic properties of honey. A physician at the medical college in Maharashtra, India recently explored the use of honey-soaked gauze to treat burn patients. The 40 patients treated with honey healed in about half the time – and with half the scar tissue – compared with patients treated by other means. (Subrahmanyam M, Burns, Aug.1994; 20:331-3).


Beeswax is a nutrient-rich substance secreted by bees in order to make honeycomb. In our products, it softens your skin and creates a long-lasting protective coating against the elements. It also is a naturally nourishing moisturizer as well as being anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiallergenic and a germicidal antioxidant.

Beeswax obtains its golden color from the propolis and bee pollen inside, both also known for their incredible health benefits. The beeswax helps lock in your skin’s own moisture, nourishes skin cells and creates a barrier against the destruction caused by our environment.

Beeswax is one of the oldest and purest natural waxes. For hundreds of years, it has been used in crèmes, lipsticks and other cosmetics. It is also edible in small amounts and has been used to coat foods and medicines.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Extra Virgin Olive Oil has been used for thousands of years by Mediterranean women to give them beautiful skin. It is rich in antioxidants and has excellent softening and lubricating qualities. The cultivation of olive trees has been traced as far back as 5,000 years ago (in Egypt, Ethiopia, Syria, etc.). Hippocrates advocated the use of olive oil as a muscular massage for the athletes who competed in the original Olympic Games. The Romans loved the olive and its oil. It was used as a cleanser and skin conditioner, as well as in sacred lamps and for medical and culinary purposes. Olive oil has been used to protect and smooth the skin, especially during and after exposure to the sun. There are reports that Marilyn Monroe, despite having access to some of the most expensive preparations Hollywood could provide, preferred olive oil.

Bee Pollen

Bee Pollen is flower pollen collected by the bees and used as their primary food source and the building material for future bees. It is rich in many nutrients and highly assimilable to humans. Made of water, carbohydrates and proteins, pollen contains vitamins, minerals, amino acids, phytochemicals, carotenoids, flavonoids and phytosterols.

Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly is a thick, milky substance produced by worker bees to feed the queen bee. They mix honey and bee pollen with enzymes in the glands of their throats to produce the royal jelly. Royal Jelly is believed to be a useful supplement because of the queen bee’s superior size, strength, stamina and longevity compared to other bees.

Royal Jelly may be one of nature’s best kept secrets. It consists of a blend of proteins, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. The list of health benefits attributed to Royal Jelly is long: assisting the regeneration of human body cells, reversing the aging process, healing wounds and skin disorders, promoting sexual rejuvenation, stimulating the immune system, providing antibacterial and anti-inflammatory action, and protecting the skin from dehydration.


Propolis is a resin-like paste gathered by the bees from the buds and bark from some trees. They bring it back to the hive in their pollen baskets and mix it with wax to seal the hive entrances. Its antiseptic properties ensure a germ free environment. Propolis is rich in nutrition and natural antibody properties that have recently been rediscovered by modern scientists in creating effective cures. Hippocrates (considered to be the father of medicine) prescribed the use of propolis to help heal sores and ulcers, and the ancient Egyptians looked upon the bees and their propolis as the source of eternal health and life.

All of our beehive ingredients are harvested from our holistically managed Hawaiian beehives.

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