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Slather Your Body In Mānuka Honey Cream

ReNeu Manuka Honey Cream

reNeu Mānuka Honey Cream


Slather your body in reNeu Mānuka Honey Cream to keep your skin looking and feeling soft, smooth, and hydrated.  What is mānuka honey?  This is what Wikipedia says –

Mānuka honey is a monofloral honey produced in New Zealand and Australia from the nectar of the mānuka tree. The honey is commonly sold as an alternative medicine.

In addition to containing mānuka honey, reNeu contains aloe vera, 12 essential oils, cocoa butter, shea butter, and reNeu’s proprietary organic herbal infusion.  The rich, creamy moisturizer is the answer to all your skin hydrating needs.

The healing cream isn’t never oily and is quickly absorbed into your skin and it immediately improves the look of your skin.  It’s great for everyday use as well as to soothe dry, itchy, irritated, cracked, or red skin affected by eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, rosacea, and sunburn.

Not only is the reNeu moisturizing lotion a fabulous way to not only keep your skin hydrated, but for those with drier skin in general, it’s a great alternative for facial moisturizing as well.  Even though I have a pretty oily T-zone, I like using reNeu on my face in the evening for a night cream.  It has no added fragrance to irritate your nose.

Do your skin a favor and get yourself some reNeu Mānuka Honey Cream.  Prepare your skin now for the harsh conditions coming this winter.  Avoid having to deal with dry skin by defeating it in advance.  




I’m a product review blogger and I received this product in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.


1 thought on “Slather Your Body In Mānuka Honey Cream”

  1. Sandy, that looks like a fabulous cream! I have heard great things about Manuka honey, but have never heard it used as an ingredient in a cream.


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