Abeille Royale Daily Repair Serum by Guerlain – Review

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7 Responses

  1. Win Bill says:

    I’ve heard of the power of the black bees. I remember reading somewhere black bees honey cancan cure rashes. I didn’t know that it is also good moisturizer. The really cool part is that it has royal jelly in it. As I recall, It’s meant for the next queen bee to consume because it is very nutritious. I can only imagine how healthy and beneficial it is for the human body . Very good find. I am going to tell my mom about it. She probably needs it the most.

  2. Luis says:

    Hi Jelena,

    Very interesting post. I never thought that honey could be used as a supplement with moisturizer; really good to know. I have been looking for new mosturizers since I have a condition where I get a rash on my elbows if exposed for long periods of time to the sun.

    Do you know if honey has health benefits as well as esthetic benefits?

    Thanks in advance,

    Luis

    • JelenaBB says:

      Hello Luis.
      I am familiar and increasingly exploring how between can influence the improvement of general health. Honey is increasingly used in the pharmaceutical industry, thanks to its healing properties. Most of wound treatments because it reduces the growth of bacteria and contains antioxidants. But also, more recent studies show that honey can help reduce risk of some sort of cancer and heart disease.

  3. Ruthy says:

    Medical grade honey, like Manuka honey is great for wound treatments. I was a wound care nurse and managed a wound care clinic few years back. We used medical grade honey in different forms, such as; gel, paste, alginate, which is used to pack in deeper wound beds. They also come in medicated bandaids. Unlike other antibiotics which one can have resistance to, honey doesn’t because it’s all natural. Sweet!

    • JelenaBB says:

      Hello Ruthy.
      You’re right. Honey is increasingly used in the pharmaceutical industry, thanks to its healing properties. Most of wound treatments because it reduces the growth of bacteria and contains antioxidants. But also, more recent studies show that honey can help reduce risk of some sort of cancer and heart disease.

  4. Jennie says:

    I would love to try the Guerlain Abeille Royale Daily Repair Serum after reading this article! I am in my early 40’s and have combination skin. I love trying out new creams and serums and I think it’s good for our skin to alternate and not use the same cream every time! I find the winter weather where I am particularly harsh on my skin, so this serum sounds ideal for me.

    • JelenaBB says:

      Hi Jennie,
      I’m glad you liked my review and I was able to describe the operation of Abeille Royale Daily Repair Serum. I hope you’ll be happy with the results.

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