Beeline Skin Care is a small, privately owned company located in New Hampshire that creates natural skin care products using local beeswax and honey. Being conscientious about preserving the earth and its bounty, all of our body care products are made using only the highest quality natural ingredients, free from genetically-modified ingredients, parabens, synthetic fragrances and dyes.
Our products are also hypoallergenic and have marvelous healing and moisturizing properties thanks to the remarkable quality of pure honey. Beeline Skin Care packaging is simple yet elegant, appealing to both women and men.
Beeline Skin Care is a proud member of the NH Beekeepers Association which advocates for the protection of the honeybee. We donate a portion of our profits saving Honeybees and other Pollinators.
"New Hampshire Made"
We at Beeline believe in providing the highest level of service, we are authentic, honest and loyal to our customers. We are focused on quick response time, accountability and continuous innovation to bring you the best skin care products made from the natural properties of honey and beeswax in the market.
We formulate without using harsh chemicals such as Parabens, Formaldehyde, Alcohol, Dyes and Synthetic Fragrance Oils. Beeline products are over 95% sourced from nature.
- Earth Friendly
- Sustainable Practices
- Cruelty Free
- GMO Free
Beeline product line includes moisturizing cremes, stress relieving skin mists, toners, soaps, scrubs, lip soothers and more. All made with Honey and/or Beeswax.
Beeline Skin Care Products:
- Repair and Protect
- Soothe and Hydrate
- Replenish and are Long Lasting
- "A Little goes a Long Way!"
Beeline's packaging has a simple yet elegant appeal that speaks "Luxury' without a hefty price tag.
Affordable Luxury Classic Elegance
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Like the Honeybee we believe in working together! Beeline is a faithful supporter of 'Shop Local' Small businesses have the potential to create jobs and put money back into communities – this is important for economic growth and prosperity.
New England Made Best New Product Award
"Bee Illuminated Decanter with Lotion Candle"
Bee Illuminated emits a soft illuminating glow with a soothing aroma. Rich in Vitamins A, E & F. The decanter's pour spout makes it easy to dispense the rich warm oil into your hand. Apply lavishly to hands, feet, elbows & knees.
Leaves skin feeling soft, nourished and rejuvenated. Simple yet elegant stoneware decanter designed by Beeline LLC and handcrafted by a local potter.
It’s Not Just about the Honey!
A single honeybee will produce 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey in her lifetime. As small as the honeybee is, it has a tremendous influence on life on Earth. Honeybees pollinate up to 1/3 of the food we eat
But the amount of pollinators is rapidly declining and that translates into less food supplies. The bees are dying due to pesticides, habitat loss and disease.
New Hampshire alone has experienced over 60% loss in bees! It is important to act now as it is never too late to act responsibly and help protect our pollinators.
Here are a few things you can do to help protect the bees. Even the smallest actions can have a positive effect on our pollinators and our environment.
Plant bee friendly flowers, shrubs and trees; mainly native plants in your area. Use this website to find native trees, plants and shrubs in your area, simply enter your zip code. https://www.nwf.org/nativeplantfinder/plants
Practice a pesticide free gardening No Mow May! Started in the UK in 2019 to help protect pollinators. This is a collective effort by folks and businesses to hold off mowing for 1 month to help pollinators thrive in the Spring. This temporary pause proved to have a positive impact not only on the bees but on the environment and overall air quality. The No Mow May! movement is growing, so hop on board!
Companion planting: this is a great way to boost growth and deter pests. Planting marigolds near tomato plants can help deter horn worm. Planting onions around your garden can repel aphids, Japanese beetles and even rabbits! Planting lavender in and around your garden can deter pests because of its strong smell but it also will attract pollinators!
Provide a fresh water source. All animals and bees too, need food, water, and shelter. Most insects get the water they need from their food, but pollen does not have a lot of moisture, therefore bees require water.
Buy Honey and Beeswax products from Local Beekeepers! Help support local beekeepers in their effort to nurture the bees.
Learn to be a Beekeeper. Beekeeping school provides the education you will need to become a Beekeeper. Contact NH Beekeepers Association for help to find a class near you.