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Does Manuka Honey really help your skin? Here’s why it can be your skincare secret weapon.

Does Manuka Honey really help your skin? Here’s why it can be your skincare secret weapon.

Honey, it’s time to stop battling with tired, damaged skin, and time to take a stand, and give your skin the ultimate natural weapon. Used in ancient rulers’ skincare routines, honey has been known throughout time as the one stop shop for radiant, glowing skin.

Anti-aging

Honey is a natural humectant - which means it can draw and retain moisture. As skin begins to age, the skin struggles to maintain its plump, vibrant appearance; a side effect of a lack of moisture. By introducing honey into a daily skincare regime, the moisture is brought back into the skin, giving it a perfect dewy, fresh look.

Skin clearing

Manuka honey’s natural antimicrobial qualities make it the perfect cleanser, especially for irritated and sensitive skin. Perfect for washing away and helping prevent harmful bacteria, Melora’s double action face wash ensures wonderfully fresh skin, without stripping it of its natural, beneficial oils.

Hydrating

Full of antioxidants, honey is a brilliant way to restore moisture to tired, dry skin. Honey’s humectant properties allow it to help retain moisture by reducing water loss, hydrating and plumping the skin. Cleansing the face with a high MGO Manuka honey and rinsing with warm water is a fantastic step to add to your skincare regime, as it hydrates without creating an oily feel.

To discover your skin’s potential, try the Melora double action skincare range, which combines the natural power of Manuka honey and Manuka Hydrosol.

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