Honey - The Introduction
Honey is far better than what most people perceive. Not only is honey an excellent natural sweetener, a good source of vitamins and minerals, it is also an excellent choice for treating surface burns. Honey has been used for centuries to dress wounds for burns, skin ulcers, scrapes and many other skin and health-related conditions. This trend can be traced back to the times of the Ancient Egyptians and Romans. Over time, however, anti-bacterial salves became more popular and natural remedies started to loose its appeal. However, recent researches have proven that honey may just as effective, if not more , especially in the treatment of the largest organ of the human body - the skin.
Honey is full of anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory agents that aid in the healing process. When honey is applied, it forms a protective barrier around the affected area and works to heal the wound. The moist protected environment allows for quick healing the natural way. Other natural properties aid in the healing process as well. Natural antibiotics found in honey help to fight off infection, the nature of honey helps to inhibit bacterial growth, the high sugar content of honey helps to draw infection and excess fluid from the wound, and enzyme reactions that create hydrogen peroxide also help to kill infection and promote healing.
Honey is an ideal skin-care ingredient that provides excellent results. HoneyWay is the result of the re-discovery of ancient skin-care remedies. Uniquely formulated, its range of skin-care products uses specially selected honey from 6 different countries and is made of 100% natural ingredients. HoneyWay reveals nature’s best kept secret and is uniquely poised as one of the best natural skin-care products in the market. 100% natural - so safe that it is even edible!