West Davis Honey Revitalising Mask 2021

A picture of a finger dipping into a golden honey mixture in an ultraviolet Miron glass jar.  To the right of the picture is the following text: The West Davis Honey Revitalising Mask 2021 - For irritated, stressed, dry winter skin (Hello, Covid hands & face!)  Nourishing, soothing, hydrating & moisturising  Quick & easy, makes a great gift  Made with honey sourced 2.3 miles from Bexi’s  Supports a local Davis honey beekeeper  Helps save indigenous California bees, honey bees & Mother Earth  Get a free 8 oz jar of West Davis Honey when you buy the Revitalising Mask & Serum

Fresh, pure, raw honey is alive with enzymes and known for its healing and antimicrobial properties.
  It's also a powerful humectant that draws and keeps water in your skin, making it the perfect ingredient for a hydrating, moisturizing mask.

I've been searching for a hyper local source of raw honey for a while now and finally, this Fall, typical California serendipity led me to a delicious source of freshly harvested and bottled raw honey just 2.3 miles from Bexi's, West Davis Honey. 

My find was made even sweeter when I learned that West Davis Honey's beekeeper, Lindabeth, cares deeply about saving Mother Earth and all bees, not just honey bees.  A portion of the proceeds from the sale of West Davis honey goes to Friends of the Earth and/or Natural Resources Defense Council, two organizations that fight for a healthier and more just world.  (For more information about West Davis Honey, please scroll to the bottom of the page.)

Inspired by Lindabeth and the quality of the honey, I chose to invest in her mission by using the honey to make a West Davis Honey Revitalising Mask for you.  I love the honey so much that you get a free 8 oz bottle with every purchase of a Revitalising Mask and Serum...To quote Lindabeth, "From Bee to You".

Get a free 8 oz bottle of West Davis honey
with purchase of the West Davis Honey Revitalising Mask and Serum.

The West Davis Honey Revitalising Mask nourishes, hydrates, moisturises and soothes and is an easy, relaxing, nurturing treat for you and/or someone special.  Besides Lindabeth's West Davis honey, it's got dashes of extra virgin macadamia nut oil and cold-pressed castor oil, a pinch of rice flour, and a relaxing and soothing blend of essential oils that will leave you revitalised.  Detailed instructions are included with the jar.

Use a clean finger to apply the Revitalising Mask in a generous layer to damp skin, put your feet up, close your eyes, relax for 10 minutes (or longer if you like) and welcome the revitalising goodness of the honey and oils into your skin, inhaling and exhaling slowly to get the aromatherapeutic benefits, as well.  When you are sufficiently revitalised, gently wash off with lukewarm water and apply the Serum or another Bexi's product of your choosing.  Voila!  Spa day at home in 10 minutes.   

As a preview of what's to come starting 12/1/21, SHIPPING IS FREE on the West Davis Honey Mask and its related packages.  Moreover, if you are local and choose to pick up your products, use coupon code TREADLIGHTLY2021 to save 20% when placing your order. 

*Get a free 8 oz jar of West Davis Honey

Save your skin and some money and spread some cheer and love while helping me and Lindabeth help save the bees and Mother Earth.

As always, thank you for being part of this paradigm shift in skin care wherein we connect to ourselves, each other, the rhythm of life, and Mother Earth. 

Dr. Rebecca (Bexi) Lobo, PhD

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Lindabeth's yard is filled with a variety of pollinator-friendly flowers and shrubs that she specifically planted after visiting the Haagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven on the University of Davis, California campus and consulting local nurseries.    

The buzz in Lindabeth's backyard...(turn your volume up).
A collage of pictures of honey bees on flowers.  A honey bee on a pink zinnia, a honey bee on a magenta zinnia, 2 honey bees on 2 morning glories, and a honey bee on a white rose.
West Davis honey comes from bees that feed on a variety of flowers including zinnias (top), morning glories (bottom left) and roses (bottom right).

Did you know?  There are no honey bees indigenous to California; all the honey bees in California were originally imported from Europe.  Committed to saving bees in general, Lindabeth has built and posted bee houses all along her fence, so that native, California bees have a place to stay and breed.   

Native honey bee houses on fences around Lindabeth's yards.