Farmacy Honey Halo Ultra-Hydrating Ceramide Moisturizer had me all like, “Honey! Bees! Noooo!” I legit got bit by two different bees yesterday! Seriously, WTH! Here’s how it went down!
I was in the garden yesterday after work putting out Fall decor. I was placing these cute pumpkins in parts of my garden. The pumpkins have a little stake so if it gets windy they don’t up and roll away. I was casually placing them around the mum beds and they look adorable however, much to my horror and surprise I hit a beehive in the ground. WHAT? Wait, a minute bees make hives in the ground!? News to me! Anyway, suddenly a swirl of bees just totally came up and out of the ground. I was like ok, don’t panic, you got this. I was thinking to myself just leave them alone, walk away, come back later. So, I swiftly got off my knees and walked walked away. Thankfully, they didn’t suddenly all swirl around me like a bad Looney Tunes episode. They were however, still pissed off at me in a major way. I legit have never seen this many bees in my life. There were like fifty of them just swirling and buzzing around the small hole I had tried to stick the pumpkin stake into. As I walked away two or three did follow me and yes, they proceed to bite me on my leg and thigh. Ow! As I headed into the house I couldn’t help but be thankful I wasn’t allergic to them! Imagine that happening to someone who was allergic to bees? Scary!
Now I have to call around today to see how I can remove the nest in a humane a way as possible as I don’t think it’s safe to leave it in the ground like that as I fear when I turn the dirt next year I could kill the hive. I don’t even know much about bees so I’m not sure if when winter comes they’ll just die or do they hibernate in there? I’m doing research right now as I type this. I definitely don’t want to kill them and there’s a local pest agency here that does removal and relocation but I’m not finding many reviews on their services (I don’t want to hire someone that promises to remove and relocate and in reality they just toss the hive on the side of the road! I seriously, had that happen to my neighbor once! They hired someone to relocate squirrels because they were tearing up their roof and the guy ended up killing the squirrels!!!!!!!!!) Anyone every experience anything like this? Would love to hear about your removal process!
Anyway, that was the the story of the week for ya there 🙂
Don’t worry it hasn’t put me of wanting Farmacy Honey Halo Ultra-Hydrating Ceramide Moisturizer!
Farmacy Honey Halo Ultra-Hydrating Ceramide Moisturizer is a new rich, intensely hydrating moisturizer that plumps skin and improves finer lines. Created with drier skin in mind this contains buckwheat honey and a propolis and royal jelly blend that has know humectant properties to aid skin in retaining moisture. It also contains a ceramide blend that prevents moisture lost resulting in smoother, less dry skin that retains moisture.
I purchased this a few days ago and I’m looking forward to adding it to my Winter skincare line up.
Has anyone tried it yet? I’m a pretty big fan of all of the Farmacy Skincare Collection (I mean that Cleansing Balm am I right?) so, I’m sure that Farmacy Honey Halo Ultra-Hydrating Ceramide Moisturizer will be a win!
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