Swarm of Bees
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What's in a name - Our Tiny Bees

 

Why Our Tiny Bees? Quite simple - they're not yours, they're not mine. They're our bees - it's all of our duties to do anything we can to help these incredible creatures, and every little helps.

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The people behind the brand

We are adoptive parents of a quickly flourishing four year old, we have two dogs and live in a titchy cottage in the countryside. We never really planned to have such a successful business but a simple honesty and our range of truely useful skincare has seen our little brand grow and grow.


We work with too many beekeepers to mention, but mostly they can be seen in white suits, Wellies and for some reason lots of them have beards.

Rule #1

If it isn’t useful – it doesn’t go in.

When we make products we make them useful. We could easily make a jar of exotic smelling, chemical filled, environmentally disgraceful goo, and indeed with a nice label we could charge you a fortune for it. But we don’t.

We find nice, effective goodies (nut oils, nut butters, seed oils and essential oils) and blend them to create something that works, we charge a fair price for our goodness and hard work.

Have a look around our range and be assured in this world of expensive pots of well-marketed chemicals, we are producing artisan skincare packed full of naturally effective ingredients. No animal testing is conducted on our products or any of their ingredients, as much as possible our packaging is widely recyclable or better still re-usable. The Honey and Beeswax is harvested from what the bees don’t need.

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Rule #2

If it doesn’t make us happy, 

we don’t do it.
 

We work directly with British beekeepers who supply us with 100% British Honey and Wax, where we can we buy English essential oils made by people who took a chance and decided to fill their land with Lavender flowers and make Lavender essential oil. We supply cute, creative shops run by people who quit their day job to bring other people good things – often that they themselves cherry pick.

 

We like good people.

 

We mean it when we say our natural skin care is good for you and good for British bees.