Where are Nature's Beauty products made?
All Nature's Beauty products are made in New Zealand.
Where do you source your ingredients?
Our vision is to bring a little bit of New Zealand to the world by providing natural beauty products using a combination of the healthiest natural ingredients, most of which come from our pure land.
Where can I buy Nature's Beauty products near me?
You can find a selection of retail stores stocking our Nature's Beauty, Lanolux & Bee Kiwi products across New Zealand here.
Do you ship internationally?
Yes, we ship internationally. Please check our shipping page for more information.
The cream in my Bee Kiwi product is darker / lighter than last time
The active manuka honey used in Bee Kiwi is 100% natural, and therefore, subject to New Zealand’s variation of climate, including location, soil, moisture and floral types. Some areas of New Zealand produce lighter honey and others produce darker honey. For these reasons the honey colour and texture can vary from region to region. The colour of honey can also change naturally due to storage conditions and age.
Please understand that the colour and consistency of each batch of honey may vary due to the natural variations, and this will impact on the appearance of the Bee Kiwi products.
All Bee Kiwi skincare products are approved by the New Zealand standard test laboratory test report.
What is Manuka Honey?
New Zealand Mānuka honey is produced by bees collecting nectar from the Mānuka plant (Leptospermum scoparium). Mānuka Honey is world renowned for its increased antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Mānuka plants can be found growing throughout New Zealand.
What is Lanolin?
Lanolin is produced by the oil glands of the sheep and is extracted from the wool after the sheep is sheared so the extraction process causes no harm to sheep. After extraction the lanolin is washed, purified and graded. Lanolux products use Medical Grade Lanolin to ensure the best results.
How is Bee Venom Extracted?
When extracting bee venom, New Zealand bee keepers make sure that these honey bees are unharmed during the process.
Once the bees land on the bee-friendly low volt electrical plate with the light current, their natural instinct compels them to deposit bee venom without losing their barbed stinger (so they all stay alive and healthy).
After these bees have made their deposits they return to their day jobs in the hive until the next collection day.
For peace of mind, we can assure you that New Zealand suppliers of Bee Venom all follow the most ethical practices to ensure the bees are kept safe and well.