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Our Ingredients & Products

We take great pride in curating ingredients from all around the world in their purest form that have been extracted in the best possible way. It's so important to LilyBee that our products and packaging don't compromise and harm the environment in any way whatsoever.  

The only ingredients you will find in our products are

  • Natural oils and butters
  • Pure essential oils
  • Natural marine botanicals (sea moss, seaweed, algae)
  • Natural additives and colourings


Lavender / Lavender is best known for its calming and relaxing effect. Not only does it smell good, but there is a scientific reason behind why it helps us to relax. Studies have found that the scent of lavender can increase alpha waves in the part of the brain that’s responsible for relaxation. There has also been research involving the inhalation of the essential oil that has shown it can reduce both stress and anxiety.

Lavender is also great for counteracting the negative effects of pollutants thanks to its potent antioxidants. It has a calming effect on the both the mind and the skin.

Ylang Ylang / The ylang ylang flower is used to make several types of essential oil, via steam distillation. The oils vary in the intensity of their scent.

Ylang ylang extra is the most potent essential oil derived from the ylang ylang flower. This oil is often used as a top note in perfumes, such as Chanel Number Five. The less potent essential oils are used as medium-to-base notes in perfume, and to make products such as cologne, lotion, food flavoring, and soap. The subtlest form of ylang ylang is often known as Cananga oil.  It boosts heart health, improves mood, energy, promotes relaxation, can kill bacteria, may help lower blood pressure, can increase sexual desire, or improve circulation.


Coconut oil / To enhance the health and beauty of their skin, many people use it cosmetically. Coconut oil helps increase the moisture content of dry skin, according to studies. Additionally, it may enhance the skin's functionality by preventing excessive water loss and shielding you from environmental dangers including allergens, pollutants, and infectious agents. In fact, a recent study found that putting 6 to 8 drops of virgin coconut oil on your hands and leaving them there overnight may be an efficient approach to stop the dry skin that is brought on by frequent use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers.

Shea Butter / Shea butter is a fat that’s extracted from the nuts of the shea tree. It’s solid at warm temperatures and has an off-white or ivory colour. Shea butter has been used as a cosmetic ingredient for centuries. Its high concentration of vitamins and fatty acids — combined with its easy-to-spread consistency — make it a great product for smoothing, soothing, and conditioning your skin. People apply shea butter to the skin for acne, burns, dandruff, dry skin, eczema, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.


Magnesium / Magnesium is a mineral that's crucial to the body's function. Magnesium helps keep blood pressure normal, bones strong, and the heart rhythm steady.

  • May strengthen bones and protect against osteoporosis. 
  • May help with depression and anxiety. 
  • May lower blood pressure. 
  • May alleviate headaches/migraines. 
  • May improve sleep. 
  • May alleviate pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS)


The latest product that has been developed by LilyBee is a moisturiser using Sea Moss as the base ingredient. Sea Moss has been positioned by the experts in health and nutrition as having a multitude of nutrients that help our skin and bodies in various ways see below:

  • It aids moisturizing.
  • It has anti-inflammatory properties. Those anti-inflammatory properties are thanks to the high concentration of zinc, vitamin A, and sulphur
  • Helps protect the skin barrier. 
  • Helps balance oil production in the skin 
  • Helps maintain a healthy complexion.


  1. A natural treatment for allergies

Allergies usually belong in the mild medical condition category, but this does not detract from the fact they can be very stressful. Some allergy sufferers find that a drink of mullein tea brings relief during an allergy attack or right afterward. This natural medication seems to guard the moist skin of respiratory tubes against allergic disturbances. While it offers a tried cure for moderate allergic reactions, symptoms of a more severe kind certainly require a doctor's intervention

  1. Could help to treat asthma

The capabilities of mullein to control allergic reactions encourage people with asthma to try it out. Anecdotal evidence indicates that those who take it daily notice that their asthma symptoms become less severe. They can breathe more freely and cough less frequently. In the absence of conclusive scientific studies, it is irresponsible to tell any person with asthma to stop using an inhaler or other medications and rely on mullein, but it seems well worth investigating its benefits in this area further

  1. Can assist people to give up smoking cigarettes

The overwhelming evidence of the grave health dangers of smoking tobacco is encouraging more smokers to try to quit the habit, but its addictive nature makes this move very hard. Mullein tea and even smoking mullein can both be of assistance. The tea seems to strengthen the lungs by protecting them against allergies and other irritations. In complete contrast to cigarette smoking, those who smoke mullein find it helps to relax their lungs and gives them the psychological satisfaction of not having to make a complete break from smoking

  1. Brings relief to rheumatism and arthritis patients

Its usefulness for treating rheumatic and arthritic pains is another benefit healers in previous centuries believed mullein possessed. Some explain that it relieves aching joints by lubricating surrounding tissues. These treatments invariably involved external applications of mullein in earlier times, but today some people also take it internally in the form of drops. Many doctors would be sceptical about mullein's pain relief capabilities given the lack of supporting scientific research, but the users testify to its effectiveness

  1. Contains valuable nutrients

The nutrients derived from mullein benefit the body in key areas. One study of over ninety herbs concluded that mullein is in the top three for nutrition value. Calcium is one of the important minerals it contains in good quantities. This is essential for strengthening the bone structure and maintaining good dental health. Magnesium is another example of a key mineral that this herb contains in generous measures. The body requires magnesium for hundreds of functions, but especially for keeping up energy levels and muscle and nerve actions.


LilyBee offers a complete line of all-natural skin care products, handcrafted in Scotland from the finest natural ingredients available. We use UK based ethical retailers to source our ingredients and use UK based companies for our packaging where available.

Each item/product is made with love and care· and we always follow strict Gold Standard / Good Manufacturing practices.   

LilyBee products are UK certified and registered, independently tested by a registered cosmetic chemist recognised in accordance with UK law In the United Kingdom (UK), the manufacture of cosmetics is governed by the EU Cosmetics Regulation ((EC) No.1223/2009). 


Please be advised that our products are 100 percent natural, and because of this, they must be properly cared for and preserved. LilyBee assumes no liability for items not properly stored according to our instructions.

Natural products should be kept cool and dry all year in a position where the temperature does not fluctuate dramatically.
Fresh substances are less likely to deteriorate, melt, or change their molecular makeup because of this.
Please do not store our products near heaters or other direct heat sources. 

We use kraft boxes and biodegradable bags, as well as glass and bamboo packaging. Keep them at a temperature of less than 25 degrees Celsius and more than 5 degrees Celsius. Direct sunshine, UV rays, and artificial light can break down the consistency of your natural goods and create heat in their containers, both of which can cause the product to lose consistency and modify the aroma of the essential oils in the recipe.

Once a product is opened, its shelf life varies depending on the product, although it is typically 6 to 12 months. This will be stated on the packaging for each product.