The Importance Of Honey Bees


 Who knew that the honey that's sitting in our kitchen can be the best resource to fight skin problems and it's such a great beauty ingredient? Cleopatra knew that because she used the take baths filled with it and I think the lady was onto something. Of course, you might wonder what makes honey so special, well these are just a few of its benefits:

- Honey is naturally antibacterial, so it's great for acne treatment and prevention.
- It's  full of antioxidants, it is great for slowing down ageing.
- It is extremely moisturising and soothing, so it helps create a glow.
- Honey is clarifying because it opens up pores making them easy to unclog.
- It soaks up impurities and helps detoxify your skin.

Of course, we all talk about the benefits of honey and about what a great product it is but have you ever wondered about the little creatures that produce this honey? We are all scared of bees and we don't think about them a lot, but these tiny creatures have been around for millions of years and they are the only insects that produce food that can be eaten by man.

 Honey bees have a sense of smell which is so precise that it could differentiate hundreds of different floral varieties and tell whether a flower carried pollen or nectar from metres away. Unfortunately, these beautiful creatures are in danger because of parasites, pesticides, poor nutrition and disease. Planting specific flowers and herbs to create a bee-friendly yard could be your best option to help them survive.

Rattan Direct have created a fun and interactive quiz about honey bees so you can test your knowledge and maybe learn new things. So solve the quiz and try to protect these lovely creatures, they're really worth it!

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