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EE23 يُصاغ بلسم البشرة Bee23 Normal To Oily Hotty Balm من تركيبة طبيعية 100%، تنتج عن مزيج الأعشاب الطبيعية والزيوت المعصورة على البارد، يأتي على رأس مكوناتها الفعالة زيت الزيتون وزيت الجوجوبا وزيت نواة المشمش وزبدة الشيا وشمع العسل واللافندر، تتحد تلك المكونات معاً في تركيبة فائقة التأثير تتحقق من خلالها العديد من الفوائد الصحية وأبرزها:  تعزيز توهج وإشراق البشرة. علاج حب الشباب ومرض الوردية. مكافحة البكتيريا الضارة. الحد من أضرار الأشعة فوق البنفسجية. ترطيب البشرة بعمق. مضاد فعال للالتهابات. يُتاح بلسم Bee23 Normal To Oily Hotty Balm في عبوات 2 أوقية (59.15 مل)، يتميز بأنه أحد المنتجات الخالية من البارابين والكبريتات، بناءً على ذلك فإنه آمن على مختلف أنواع البشرة ويُستعمل على النحو الآتي:  تطبيق كمية قليلة من المستحضر على البشرة. التدليك بلطف وبحركة دائرية حتى تتشبّع خلايا الجلد به. آمن للاستعمال اليومي والمتكرر حسب الحاجة.  YIN YOGA LIFESTYLE - COLETTE DARVILLE BEE23 NATURAL BEAUTY - MICHELLE ROSETTA  26min 2020 DEC 28  Play Episode Likes Comments Share Details Michelle Rosetta is the founder of BEE23 Natural Beauty, all-natural non-toxic clean skincare line focused on sensitive & maturing skin. She produces her product line in small batches for high quality beauty care. She has used her own sensitive skin issues, global travels & life experiences living off the grid in harsh environments, to create formulas that are safe for sensitive skin but highly potent in protection & results.

 

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Michelle Hamer, left, CEO of Bee23, poses with Kristof Deak and Anna Udvardy at an Oscars gifting suite in February. Deak and Udvardy would go on to win the Academy Award for best live-action short film. (Supplied)  0  comments There was a lot to remember about the 2017 Oscars, but for Thunder Bay-born entrepreneur Michelle Hamer, the big awards show was extra-memorable this year. Hamer, the CEO of natural beauty product company Bee23, was in Hollywood for this year's Oscars, promoting her company's Hotty Balm.  The trip — which included two days in one of the famous Oscars gifting suites, essentially trade show-like setups where companies provide their products to celebrities for publicity purposes — gave Hamer and her team a chance to market the balm directly to Hollywood stars.  And while the trip was a big investment, it was well worth the risk, Hamer said.  "The effort to put it all together was worth it," she said. "Business-wise, it was one of the best choices I've made."  Hamer said the trip was a "great launching pad" as she considers expanding Bee23 into other markets.  The Tinseltown trip came about through a Los Angeles-based PR firm Hamer has been working with, and while the week was spent undertaking various marketing and promotional activities like photo shoots, the gifting suites were the focus, Hamer said.  Thunder Bay woman's beauty products heading to the Oscar awards "The gifting suites ... were incredible," Hamer said. "Basically, it's an opportunity to introduce your product to industry professionals and celebrities."  "You can get your picture with them, if they want," she said. "They were just so sweet."   Michelle Hamer, CEO of Bee23, poses with actor Richard Kind (Gotham, Inside Out, Spin City) at an Oscars gifting suite in Los Angeles in February. Hamer was in Hollywood to promote her company's Hotty Balm. (Supplied) And Hamer did get plenty of photos — visit the Bee23 Instagram account to see some of them. Among those who posed with Hamer in the gifting suite were Kristof Deak and Anna Udvardy, who would go on to win the Oscar for best live-action short film.  But the big revelation for Hamer was the fact that her products really fit in nicely in Hollywood.  "It became less about 'oh, I can't wait to network with this person or get my picture' or something like that," she said. "It really became 'oh my gosh, my product actually belongs here.'"  "Skin in Hollywood, or in the film industry, it goes through so much duress because of the heavy makeup for long hours and bright lights," Hamer said. "On a customer level, the guests were super-excited to get my product."  Hamer launched Bee23 in Thunder Bay, but moved the company to Toronto about four years ago. That, too, was a risk, but she said entrepreneurs need to be willing to take those.  "You need to get out there," Hamer said. "You need to get in front of people, you need to introduce yourself, you need to introduce your product."

 


o you know how to listen to your body? It seems like a strange thing to ask but let’s be honest, we often put a muzzle on our body’s aches and pains. We’d rather feel like everything is fine before we explore the source of our pains. We ought to be grateful for entrepreneurs like Michelle from BEE23 who created a product line based on her discoveries of the skin care products her body responded negatively to.   Here’s Michelle’s story:  After suffering from severe headaches, Michelle realized the trigger was her favourite perfume. Although the scent was soft, with research she realized there were severely detrimental synthetic chemical additives in her products. As a woman and mother, she immediately saw the connection between what she wore on her skin, her health and the impact it had on those around her and the environment.   PIN IT In creating formulas with essential oils and natural elements such as jojoba oil and beeswax, not only are they free of toxic chemicals and work to serve your skin needs with greater results but essential oils work on thought and feeling. So, it is like your very own happy potion!  A high performance facial moisturizer that plumps, smooths and restores for her maturing skin to keep up with the wear and tear of living life “off-the-grid” and demanding activities in the elements became very important for Michelle. Many of the nasty ingredients in her perfume were also in the majority of the facial moisturizers. She was not able to find anything in the marketplace without all of the harmful additives that fulfilled the qualities of a product she wanted to use.  Taking matters into her own hands, Michelle set out on a journey to gain the knowledge and skills to create a natural waterless formula that would soothe, restore and rejuvenate with all the aspects of a potent facial moisturizer and none of the contaminants that actually can dry, irritate and take away from a youthful complexion.    In relying on the naturally occurring complexities in our own environment while fitting the formula very closely to the skin, she was able to create powerful blends that melt into the body and work for serious sensitive skin conditions.   Water based products regardless of cost are 70-80% water. BEE23 products are only the good stuff put together in a formula that acts like an invisible breathable non-comedogenic barrier, while working to attract moisture into the cells and lock it in. Protection without congestion and it really does lift, plump and smooth!   PIN IT  PIN IT  PIN IT Little did Michelle know how important this type of formula would be to protect and preserve the health of our skin in urban settings due to the impact of pollution. A decade later we continue to create potent formulas for face and body, offering relief for sensitive skin, extreme weather wear and for glorious glowing skin.  SEE ALSO  BY CHANELLE Nuez Acres Pecan Oil Review “Good well sourced ingredients has always been very important to not only our company core value set but to how the product works. We are proud to use beeswax sourced from small independent Ontario farmers through Bees Are Life Inc., along with high quality pure essential oils.   A sustainable and fun company outlook has only added to the unique and creative quality of our product line. BEE23 Natural Beauty is shaped by the tough and candid beauty of the outdoors but wrapped up with the flare of a hot pair of shoes!”   – Michelle, Owner & Creator of BEE23  Use the promo code HOTMAMA15 for 15% off with a FREE 2 oz Travel Size Hotty Body Balm for all orders over $75! We add the free gift – it will not show up in the cart.


Michelle Hamer, BEE 23 Q: When was the moment you realized you needed to create a product that didn't already exist? A: I was not able to wear anything with synthetic scents or harsh synthetic chemicals in general. I was doing research on what alternatives I would be able to use. This is when I had made a perfume alternative with essential oil blends for myself because I so badly wanted my bergamot and couldn't wear my favourite perfume without getting severe headaches.  I literally went out to look for some type of perfume without alcohol, parabens and other synthetics that was accessible to me in the Thunder Bay market and couldn't find anything. This is when I started studying essential oils.  It was also at this time that I was learning more about what was in the majority of our products in stores. I had an increasing amount of, what I call, "environmental rage" building that I needed to find an outlet for. I realized that [by] buying such products I was investing in the very real decimation of my own health, my children's and that of the environmental water table as a whole.  Q: What are you hoping people will learn from you about natural beauty? A: That simple is often better.  Q: As a female entrepreneur, what's been the toughest part of your journey thus far? A: Walking the walk that says, "Sorry boys and girls, I know it may slow things down a bit, but we have to make sure everyone is at the boardroom table when making corporate choices." This means if you are going to put toxins in diapers you had better put the baby right on the table because it is not a number.  We recommend: BEE 23 Hotty Balm, $25, The Detox Market.