How to Use

Rub a thin layer over skin as often as needed: perfect for dry skin on elbows, knees, hands and feet. The warmth of your skin softens the lotion bar and allows it to glide on smoothly. Use lotion bars on dry skin, as they are not meant for use in the bath or shower.

Why We Love Lotion Bars

  • Feels Amazing – glides on smooth and silky over rough spots; made with skin-loving shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil and beeswax
  • So Convenient – comes in a handy screw top tin; perfect for leaving on your night stand, dressing table or vanity
  • No Mess – since it’s a solid there’s no accidental drips and spills like with traditional lotions
  • Ideal for Travel – just toss one in your toiletry bag, backpack or purse and go
  • Great Gifts – when you buy the three-pack you can keep one for yourself and give the other two to friends
  • Smells Incredible – with three different fragrances to choose from, there’s one that you will love!

Honey Lotion Bars

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  • Liberty Lotion Bar - $6.95
    (Infused with citrus, lavender, vanilla musk, and soft amber)
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  • Pioneer Lotion Bar - $6.95
  • (Infused with rustic pine, wild violets, acorns, and fall leaves)
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  • Prairie Lotion Bar - $6.95
  • (Infused with melon, rich wood, vanilla, and bright grass)
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  • Gift Set - $19.95
  • (1 Liberty Lotion Bar, 1 Pioneer Lotion Bar and 1 Prairie Lotion Bar)
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Product Description

Experience the replenishing powers of a luxurious honey moisturizer in a convenient bar. Bars melt when rubbed against the warmth of your skin leaving it silky smooth.

Honey Lotion Bar Ingredients

American Heritage Collection Honey - is our artisanal honey line that features historical blends of honey; honey is a natural moisturizer and nature's antiseptic, which results in extra soothing and healing when applied to the skin

Shea butter - is rich in vitamins A, E and F and offers UV protection; it provides skin with essential fatty acids and the nutrients necessary for collagen production; in addition to its moisturizing properties, it also reduces inflammation and helps promote smoother skin

Cocoa butter - is rich in Vitamin E and fatty acids, which improve skin tone and elasticity; it is also known for its ability to reduce skin dryness and is often used to treat dry skin, rashes, eczema, and psoriasis

Coconut oil - not only helps skin retain moisture, but also protects skin with its powerful antimicrobial properties; it is infused with antioxidants, which prevent damaging free radicals from forming and is gentle enough for inflamed, irritated and sensitive skin

Beeswax - is a fragrant substance secreted by honeybees that is used to help solidify our lotion bars and has the added benefit of forming a protective barrier on skin to seal in moisture

Cosmetic Grade Fragrance Oil - adds a unique scent to the lotion bar in order to delight your sense of smell and create a state of well-being

Made by Bee America in Bethesda, Maryland.

Did you know?
Fun Skin Facts

Rather than drinking water, frogs absorb it through their skin.

Rhinoceros skin can be almost 2 inches thick.

While polar bears have both white and transparent fur, their skin is actually black.

Skin plays an important role in regulating your body’s temperature: when the temperature rises, sweat glands activate to cool the body down.

Your skin regenerates itself, shedding dead skin cells on a daily basis to form a new layer of skin every 28 days.

Goose bumps actually help retain a layer of warm air over your body.

Skin makes up approximately 15% of your body weight.

Over 50% of the dust in your home is actually dead skin cells that you and your family slough off.

Your skin sloughs off 30,000 dead cells every minute.

One square inch of skin contains approximately 19 million cells and up to 300 sweat glands.

Your skin is virtually waterproof: when you immerse yourself in water, nothing will pass into you and nothing will leave your skin.

Horns, hooves, feathers, fur, and scales are all different evolutionary adaptations of skin.

On a very hot day your skin can release as much as 3 gallons of sweat.