1 Natural Way To Fight Acne

This is a question I have gotten many times from lots of our customers; what I would recommend for acne? The first recommendation is to use a gentle all natural soap on your skin; one that cleans and does not irritate. My recommendation is the Clear soap from More Bees. First off; our soap is gentle and is made with a mild formula that cleanses and doesn’t clog your pores. We use infused oils that have plantain, dandylion, chamomile, and burdock; these have anti inflammatory properties. Next, we add four essential oils that help combat bacteria that causes surface blemishes and leave skin looking healthy and feeling clean. If you know someone who could benefit or would like to try out our soap you can click on the link below to check out our products.

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Free Costume Contest, 3 Prizes


Hey everyone, we here at MoreBees are setting up a Costume Contest and prizes will be awarded to our top three!

You can enter by following the submission requirements below.

What are these prizes?

  • 1st place will win a $25.00 Visa gift card and a More Bees sample pack.
  • 2nd place will win a More Bees T-shirt and a More Bees sample pack.
  • Then 3rd place will win a More Bees sample packs.


We will be hosting this contest from 9-25-2016 to 10-30-2016 all entries must be in by 5:00 AM PDT.

Please submit all entries to us via our Contact Us page or message us on Facebook.

Rules and Regulations

  • All costumes must be BEE oriented.
  • All photos must be family friendly; if the content within is not appropriate for young audiences please do not submit it.
  • Photos of your kids and pets are acceptable; all photos must be of members of your immediant household.
  • Photos that display other manufacturer’s beauty products are not acceptable.
  • More Bees establishes the criteria for what shall win the contest.
  • More Bees will decide who the contest winners are.
  • Prizes will be submitted to the person whom submitted the photo.


Submission Requirements

  • Name (First and Last)
  • Address (To receive your prize)
  • Email
  • Phone Number
  • T-shirt size (specify Adult S/M/L/XL/XXL)

Please send your submissions in through our contactmorebees@gmail.com or send it to our facebook www.facebook.com/morebees/ .

Upon submission the entrants accept re-posting, printing, and other usage of photos by More Bees. Photos will be retained as resources of More Bees for future use . This includes: printed and digital media.

Please add #MoreBees to your submission to show you read the full requirements.

1 Step Forward

I am excited to let you know of something new that we will be putting on our website. We, at More Bees, have been hard at work to bring something new to the table in hopes of educating and bringing you all closer to us. At events, we love to hear about you and how our products have helped you and your families. We finally think it is our turn to let you all look into us and understand what we do on our side of things. Periodically we will be publishing videos about our products and us. Also, don’t forget to check out brand new Youtube channel. I can’t express how excited we all are in this. We are on Youtube now!

We really hope this will give you all a better look into us and help us come closer to you. Please comment or even tell us what you would like us to blog about. Then feel free to check out our Youtube channel and Subscribe to us, like, comment, and share our video with your friends and family.

We hope to see you all soon!

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Environmental Genocide in South Carolina

millions-bee-deathsYesterday; at the Camas Farmers Market I was talking with another person who heard about the tragedy that happened in South Carolina regarding the loss of honeybees. The people were trying to deal with the mosquitos that could have been carrying Zika and West Nile Virus. They used the pesticide Naled to kill the mosquitos; which was already known to be toxic to bees. As a result they killed MILLIONS of bees in the attempt to eradicate the mosquitos. For many years this pesticide was administered to the ground as to prevent the loss of important insects like bees; but this year they administered Naled via air and paid the price.
This is a bad time of year for things like this to happen, the weather is getting colder and the bees need their numbers. Winter is a time where bees stop going out and go into the hive to ‘cluster’; they pack in tight to keep themselves warm and feed off their honey reserves until the spring. The less numbers, the less likely the hive will survive. Then there is the other issue; when people start to use pesticides, the plants -including the pollen and nectar- absorb it. The bees then take the contaminated pollen into the hive to feed the brood or turn the nectar into honey. Either way, this poisoned food is being feed to their next generation and themselves. This may not kill them immediately, it may affect the way they function and cause them to stop clustering in winter and die off from the cold.
This may not be the end of what this situation has brought forth to these poor bees. The flowers in range of the pesticide will now be a problem for the bees until the Naled’s affects are no longer present.