739 Responses to “Wash Your Face With Honey: Take the Crunchy Betty Honey Challenge!”

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  3. Madison

    So I can add this to my oil cleansing, no problem. Right?
    I have been doing the oil cleanser for two weeks but I am still having breakout problems, I will add this in after my oil cleansing and see if it helps at all.

  4. Do you have any video of that? I’d love to find out some additional information.

  5. mary

    Sorry I’m late to this thread. What about organic Honey. The bottle doesn’t say “raw”.

  6. mary

    What about organic. Bottle doesn’t say raw.

  7. EmJo

    I started using raw honey to wash my face at the beginning of the year. I was breaking out like crazy over the holidays, worse than ever before. I started with the two-week honey challenge and saw positive effects almost immediately, my painful zits became less inflamed and stopped hurting as much, and any pimples that did pop out went away quickly. I’ve cut down to using the honey once a day in the morning, followed by jojoba oil for moisturizer. Since January my breakouts have decreased significantly, to the point that I get maybe one or two zits a month, and only when I’m PMSing. The ones I do get don’t hurt like they used to (no more of those awful under-the-skin suckers that feel like a mountain of hurt on your face). I might go back to using honey twice a day when the heat returns (I’m in New England), but thus far I am a true raw-honey-as-facewash convert and tell everyone how much I love it!

  8. Gwen

    Thank you for the wonderful post! Quick question, does honey remove sunscreen? Like something as heavy as badger’s for example?

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  11. I, Chiedzo, solemnly swear to wash my face with honey every day for two weeks, no exceptions, no excuses.

  12. Maggie

    I started the honey challenge tonight, and will give the honey a 2-weeks trial. I have great expectations. :-)

  13. Joan

    My son, 27, has acne and uses commercial products/medication. He also has a beard and moustache. With honey being sticky in hair, how does the honey wash work with a beard/moustache?

    I am taking the 2 week honey challenge, started yesterday (6/22/15). If it works for me, I want to be able to recommend it to him, and to my new daughter-in-love, who is gifting me with my first grandchild in December!

    Thanks,
    Joan

  14. Diane

    -I, Diane, solemnly swear to wash my face with honey every day for two weeks, no exceptions, no excuses.I already use the COM and love it, so I’m super excited to try this. We keep bees and have lots of raw honey already, so this is right up my alley!

  15. Lw

    Hi! I have suffered from acne and black heads as well as large pores on my chin and T zone for years. I’m considering trying honey. Would you suggest using an exfoliant a few times a week as well ( some suggest adding brown sugar to honey and using it as an exfoliation)? Right now I’m using a gentler, more natural cleanser which doesn’t dry out my sensitive skin, yet at the same time, it doesn’t clean deep enough to take care of my blackheads.

  16. Sonia

    I, Sonia bree, solemnly swear to wash my face with honey every day for two weeks, no exceptions, no excuses.

  17. Cindy

    I LOVE washing my face with honey. I have dry skin with occasional dry, red patches. My face looks & feels AWESOME! This is better than the $90 medicated cream that my doctor prescribed. Plus no negative side effects.

  18. Golda

    Im down for the challenge

  19. AJ

    Would you advise this for a person who has oily, with acne marks, and acne prone skin like me? Your response will be highly appreciated. Thank you.

  20. Anaya Gordon

    I am going to try it

  21. Renata

    I, Renata, solemnly swear to wash my face with honey every day for two weeks, no exceptions, no excuses.

  22. Denise

    I am in. I love the natural aspect in all things, so am will to try this one also

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