PROPOLIS (PROPOLIS CERA)
Nourishing and rejuvenating
Propolis is a resinous substance that bees produce by collecting tree resin, adding the body's own substances and chewing vigorously. Due to the resinous property and the actual use (as joint sealing on the floor), propolis is often referred to as bee putty or putty resin. At first glance, it is a sticky, resinous sealant that only reveals what it can do at second glance: Propolis not only protects the beehive from penetrating microorganisms through cracks and crevices, but also when infections spread inside, propolis provides protection. To sum it up in one sentence: Propolis is one of nature's richest sources of bioflavonoids for natural defense against germs in a beehive.
What does propolis do to the skin?
Propolis is rich in organic compounds such as caffeic acid and long-chain wax esters. It contains minerals such as magnesium, calcium and zinc for well-groomed skin.
But one of the main benefits is its antioxidant properties. Antioxidants are chemical compounds that slow down cell oxidation. This causes the skin to age faster. However, propolis can restore and maintain the skin structure naturally and even rejuvenate the complexion.