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It’s National Honey Month, and what better way for skincare lovers to celebrate than to learn about the un-bee-lievably nourishing properties of honey, propolis, and royal jelly? While people often mistake one for another, these bee byproducts are actually not interchangeable, and have incredible benefits of their own.
As the last decade within the Western beauty and self-care industry have been notably marked by the idea of holistic wellness, it’s no wonder that holistic wellness is carving out a prominent niche in skincare as well. But before the recent steady increase in interest of holistic wellness in the Western sphere, this all-encompassing understanding of wellness had already been thoroughly dissected and practiced in Asian medicine at least 2,200 years ago.
A legendary and culturally significant plant in Asia, bamboo represents longevity, integrity, and resilience. The practical uses for this unassumingly strong and flexible plant are endless: its tender shoots are eaten in Asian cuisines, its fibers are woven into durable textile, and its stalks are used in construction and architecture. Given its unparalleled versatility and sustainability, it should come as no surprise that bamboo is also an increasingly prominent ingredient in Asian skincare. Bamboo’s silent strength becomes its beauty, an insightful glimpse into the Asian values that connect simplicity and elegance together.

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