Honey-based beauty products will sweeten your life
Honey isn’t just for your tea anymore. This incredible ingredient has been used for thousands of years, not just as a sweetener but to help wound-healing, evidenced by recipes recorded on clay tablets from as far back as 2000 B.C. Honey has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities, which make it a great ingredient for products that target everything from aging to acne. And in addition, it is both soothing and hydrating. It’s no wonder that honey has been flying into more and more beauty products.
1. Drunk Elephant Pekee Bar ($28), Sephora at Fashion Show, The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo, and Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood
2. Tata Harper Limited-edition Honey Blossom mask ($65), TataHarper.com
3. Nuance Salma Hayek Color Protect hair mask ($9.99), CVS Pharmacy, 3645 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
4. Blithe Energy Yellow Citrus and Honey splash mask ($45), Sephora
5. Josie Maran Divine honey butter balm—pure honey ($42), Sephora
6. Farmacy Honey Savior all-in-one skin repair salve with echinacea GreenEnvy honey ($34), Sephora (not available at The Grand Canal Shoppes)