The month of February is Spring-in-waiting. Even though it can often be savagely cold with snow and ice, we sometimes get a glimpse of the warm weather to come with the odd calm and sunny day. Read More
It’s a new year, it’s a new decade and time for a new start. Time for each of us to do more than what we did in previous years to help our struggling pollinators many of which are in serious trouble. Read More
With the excess of Christmas behind us and the brand new year ahead, we’re looking at how to treat and replenish our winter skin with masks. Read More
It’s December and as Christmas approaches and people across the world are busy with the buying presents and preparations for the all-important Christmas day feast, we take a look at some of the bees which make Christmas happen! Read More
This month on the Bee Good Beauty Blog we look at how honey really is an unsung hero when it comes to skin. We often overlook natural ingredients that are readily available but the buzz is they’re seriously effective! Read More
For millions of Americans, the third Thursday in November is one of the biggest and most culturally-important feasts in the year and this month on the Bee Good Bee blog, we take a look at some of the bees which make it all possible. Read More
This month we discuss the few simple changes you can make to your skincare routine that will keep your skin looking bright even in the darkest days of winter. Read More
It’s pumpkin season, so the title of Bee of the Month for this month could only ever go to the Peponapis or Pumpkin Bees of Central and North America. Peponapis in ancient Greek translates as ‘Pumpkin Bee’ and these guys are real pumpkin pollinator specialists.