Royal Jelly is the very nutritious secretion released from the glands of the worker honey bee.
It is a complex substance that cannot be recreated synthetically by man.
It is fed to the larvae in the colony, to all queen larvae and the adult queen.
Royal jelly contains many of the most essential nutrients, including: all the B vitamins, vitamins A, C, D, E and K, more than 12 important minerals, and other important constituents, including collagen and lecithin.
It is a mixture of proteins, fats, 15% carbohydrates, mixed growth factors, Vitamin B, 17 different amino acids and a number of trace elements.
It also contains approximately 15% aspartic acid which is important for tissue growth and cell regeneration.
Royal jelly has been used in skin care for many years.
Egyptians used royal jelly as part of their skin care regime to keep their skin moisturised and protected.
The abundance of vitamins and minerals contained in Royal Jelly make it an excellent choice for skin care.