no animal testing // no parabens // no sulphates // no mineral oils
Wild Bee partners directly with local beekeepers, Indigenous growers and formulation chemists to bring our products to life, and LIFE to products through our True to Nature
Wild Bee Works with suppliers of native extracts and bee keepers that are committed to corporate and social responsibility positive environmental practices and the empowerment of growers and indigenous communities
"Wild Bee only works with local Australian beekeepers that employ sustainable practices, don't use pesticides and love bees." - Simon Mulvany (Save the Bees Australia)
In light of the global bee crisis, we are partnering with a number or local beekeepers across Australia who harvest our honey from Native Leptospermum Forests.
Our suppliers maintain an optimal environment for their bees to flourish in, as well as protecting and restoring the bees’ natural habitat and ecosystems. Their main driver being to move away from monoculture set-ups towards true biodiversity of the past.
Our beekeepers don't use antibiotics to raise their bees. They don't sugar-feed the bees. The bees simply exist in nature, as they always have, with as little interference from humans as possible. It's better for the bees. Better for the products.
At Wild Bee, we think everyone should understand the threat of bee population loss and how easily we can all do something to make it better. The problem of dying bee populations is as simple and complex as this: No bees = no life. Bees are the master pollinators; the producers and keepers of plant life. As bee numbers fall, plant numbers and plant species fall...
Honey has been for skin health and beauty since earliest human records…
Egyptian tribes as far back as 4500 BC, used honey mixed with minerals to create eye make-up. The Sumerian tablet (3000 BC) and The Egyptian Eberes Papyrus (1500BC) both show records of honey used for skin applications. Writings from ancient Rome and Greece...