Naked Bee-Vendor Spotlight

Naked Bee-Vendor Spotlight

Kate here, I am totally in love with Naked Bee products and so happy to give my honest testimonial about this line. I became a believer when I first tried their world-renowned lip balm; smooth, soothing and long-lasting…I was completely sold. And, addicted. Actually, I’ve bought many of them because my kids keep snitching them! Of all the lip balms we’ve tried, only Naked Bee is a household favorite. My latest obsession is the Everyday Facial Moisturizer. It has the same ahhhhhh effect as the lip balm, but on my whole face! It even has SPF 30 and anti-wrinkle magic, which is added bonuses, for me. It feels great and you can seriously apply makeup right over it. I use it morning and night, love it and love the price; much less (and much better!) than others I had tried.

For more on the back story behind this awesome USA company, we turn to their website:

The Naked Bee was founded on a simple principle – the idea that a business should give more than it takes. We strive to create products that make a positive impact on both people and the planet. We at The Naked Bee are passionate about this philosophy – that’s why we choose to use only the safest and most responsible ingredients. We never use questionable preservatives like parabens, and we make everything in the USA to ensure this quality. All Naked Bee products are cruelty-free.

“All the good stuff, none of the bad stuff.”™ What does that mean? Well…

“All of the good stuff… 

  • 70% organic skin conditioning lotion and moisturizer for hand and body
  • Shampoo & Conditioner with honey and spirulina
  • Triple milled oatmeal soap with saponified beeswax and guar gum
  • Organic olive oil, honey and beeswax lip balm

…none of the bad stuff.”

  • Paraben-Free
  • No propylene glycol or mineral oil
  • No dyes or pigment
  • No lauryl or laureth sulfate
  • Absolutely NO animal testing… ever.

Operation Pollination:

Operation Pollination is partnering with retailers across America to spread awareness about the importance of honeybees and other pollinators to our environment. Over the past several years, a decline in the honeybee population has been noticed by scientists and environmental groups. Bees are leaving their hives and dying out for unknown reasons. Many studies show bees do not have enough food resources to survive. Operation Pollination is working to draw awareness to this shortage by providing packets of wildflower seeds for planting. By planting the seeds, we are providing additional food resources for bees; a small step to support bees and their environment. As we work together with our retailers providing free seed packets, we are making a difference across the country!

We here at Cooper’s are proud to be a part of the Operation Pollination initiative; so come and get your seeds! Trust me, try Naked Bee. You WILL love it, too!


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