About Us

therapi  ・  /ˈθɛrəpi/
Meaning : healing through the bee
After many years spent watching our honeybees transform sweet nectars, aromatic resins and botanical extracts into natural medicines and superfoods, our inspiration for Therapi struck. Experiencing the amazing healing powers of honey for ourselves, our dream was to create the purest and most effective organic skincare using these miracle ingredients and championing nature’s greatest alchemists and protectors: the bees.

The result is Therapi, our British-born organic skincare line based on the therapeutic properties of honey and propolis. Carefully crafted, our award-winning formulations blend the very best raw organic honey with the purest botanical extracts to create skin nutrition that feeds both skin and spirit.

We are a small independent business and run Therapi as a mother-daughter / beekeeper-biologist team from our studio in the beautiful countryside of the English Cotswolds. We're passionate about creating pure organic skinfood and formulate all of our products completely from scratch in-house, using only the highest quality ingredients.

Nature guides all that we do and we are proud to be organic pioneers in the beauty industry - it is part of our holistic approach to creating skincare that looks after our soil, enriches our wildlife, boosts our health and protects our planet for generations to come.

We put our hearts and souls into every product we make and hope that you love using your products as much as we have loved creating them!

Close to nature, pure and effective, gentle on you and the planet.

  • Certified organic
  • Sustainably packaged
  • Never tested on animals
  • Free from toxins, fillers, artificial fragrances and colours, parabens, petrochemicals, phenoxyethanol, SLS / SLES, silicones, formaldehydes, phthalates, propylene glycol, PEGs, MI, TEA, DEA, nano-particles, GMOs
  • Wheat and dairy free
  • Vegetarian
  • Suitable for sensitive skin

As a thank you to the wild, we donate 5% of our profits to wildlife projects and are actively involved in bee conservation work.