Our story …
Barossa Bee Natural Skincare is an Australian brand that offers a unique range of quality hand-made therapeutic, skincare and nourishing body care products.
Barossa Bee Natural is based in Tanunda, the heart of the Barossa Valley, South Australia. We are a family based business that prides itself in using 100% natural ingredients and the finest quality Certified Organic Beeswax sourced from the Flinders Ranges, South Australia.
All our products are made with beeswax. Beeswax is known for its healing, nourishing and protective properties, which helps to retain the skin’s own moisture and oils. It contains Vitamin A, essential for all cell development, being antibacterial, antioxidant, and helps to restore the elasticity to the skin. As a natural and hydrating ingredient, beeswax increases essential moisture and relieves irritation and itching to the skin.
Our products are made right here in Australia. We use plant based and natural derived ingredients wherever possible. The essential oils used in our natural skincare products are carefully selected for maximum benefits for your skin. Essential oils have long been promoted for their benefits and bring results in natural skincare. A rich glowing and healthy skin is one of the most attractive parts of a person. That is the reason many of us are looking at what is best for our skin and long-term health. Our focus is to provide our customers with 100% natural products and affordable skincare.
Words from Glenda
There is nothing in this world that can compare to nature. I am so privileged to be able to provide you with 100% natural skincare, body care and therapeutic products. I was drawn to study natural therapies and embraced a fondness for herbalism and aromatherapy, which began over 20 years ago.
It has been my passion for many years and I am so proud of what Barossa Bee Natural has become. I hope you had success in finding the product you were looking for. If you have a question, thought or comment, I’d LOVE to hear from you!
Photos by Jasmin Koehler Photography