Kissed By A Bee Organics is an Apothecary & Urban Farm that specializes in modern Herbalism. Akilah Scott-Amos is head Herbalist and Creator who hails from Chicago, but resides in Manvel, Texas.
I had Fungal Acne for 2 months.
I successfully cleared said acne with this soap I made.
Take the acne face soap, apply it to your face, let it sit for about 10 -15 minutes. Wash off. Follow up with your moisturizer and repeat in the evening before you go to bed.
If you do not have time to let it sit, just apply, wash your face for at least a minute or two, rinse off and follow up with your moisturizer.
Acne face soap has a "smell", so if you're sensitive to smells, do not purchase.
Your face may get "worse" before it gets better. It will bring up anything that’s wreaking havoc in your pores.
*USE WITHIN IN 6 MONTHS OF OPENING*
So I’ve become a repeat customer and definitely have staple products. I frequently purchase the Hair and Scalp Elixir, Charcoal Mask, Anti-Aging Serum, and the Honey Butter Face Scrub. I love them all but these are just the frequent purchases. I am still working through my initial order of the Osun face wash, a couple of the tinctures, and my most recent favorite...the eczema butter...it works so fast to heal eczema scars. Needless to say, I strongly recommend Kissed By A Bee Organics to anyone with skin. There’s something great for everyone.
Old School Remedies + Modern Day Flavor = Kissed By A Bee Organics
The Legend of the Urban Herbalist
Meet Akilah Scott-Amos, owner of Kissed By A Bee Organics. Akilah is a 3rd Generation Herbalist, an "urban farmer", and a Gen Xer entrepreneur.
Akilah comes from generations of rootworkers and sharecroppers; she learned most of her knowledge about the healing powers of plants via her Grandmother (LeDora) and Father (William). Born and raised as a vegetarian, most of her meals were made from scratch and grown right on the family property. Many plants and roots were grown to nourish the body, but also heal ailments as well. She decided to start Kissed By A Bee Organics in May 2013, with the support of her husband and friends.
Akilah also has several certifications in herbalism and is constantly honing her craft. She, along with her family, utilize their 4-acre farm by growing roughly 75% of what she uses in the products. She lives in Manvel, TX with her two sons (Alex and Aiden), her husband (Christopher), 3 dogs (Chad, Aza and Ashe) and a cat named Horus.