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Have you heard of CCD? Short for Colony Collapse Disorder, it refers to the decline of honeybee populations in Western countries, and it’s a cause for concern if you happen to rely on pollinated plants for sustenance (in other words, if you are human). Luckily, BeeKind™ is on the case, donating a portion of its proceeds to supporting honeybee research at the University of California. This richly foaming cleanser comes infused with nourishing honey, organic calendula, and not a small amount of eco-friendly good karma. So lather up, soak in the fresh lemon verbena scent, and then go ahead and pat yourself on the back.
I didn't like this because it didn't lather at all. It smell was just ok. I love the cause, but just not for me.1
Smelled fresh and love the lemon. Worked okay would not purchase did not have enough lather as I like to use a a bubble bath.1
didn't enjoy the smell or effectiveness--dried my skin out1
I'm not the best person to respond on this product. I highly dislike getting bath soaps. Even Still I didn't like this one.1
this body wash was okay but nothing special. I didn't find the scent or texture to be better than what I already use and buy from a drug store1
This wasn't my favorite. Smell was bad and I didn't like the consistency.1
Love the consistency of this delicious honey Beekind shower gel. Its scent is light and refreshing, which is very cheering in the morning, and it lingers just enough to be pleasant. Very, very nice product. Rinses clean, but leaves a nice feeling of moisture behind.1
Smells ok. I don't love it but will still wear it. My sample came damaged so I'm not sure it will continue to work ongoing basis.1
This lotion was in my box. But due to a leakage of another product, this sample was not usable. Packing looked good.1
I finally used this body wash during a weekend getaway. I wasn't a fan of the lemon smell. I don't think I'll be buying this item.2