Nature is pure, and so are Yulia’s Handmade, Pure and Natural Products.

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Look After

If you wanted to make time for self-care, you could turn off your phone, start walking, start eating healthier, etc. What you could also do is start taking care of the largest organ in your body, your skin.

To help your skin and hair feel youthful, energized, and refreshed, we have created dozens of cruelty-free, sustainably made products infused with nature’s most restorative and nourishing ingredients. And to help you feel more connected to Mother Nature, know that Beleco is Climate Neutral Certified, powered by renewable energy; we use glass and recyclable packaging. All that to help you create your go-to pampering routine.



Organic and natural ingredients.

Nature is pure, and so are our Beleco® products. We create plant-powered balms and oils formulated only with clean ingredients – you won’t find petrochemicals or synthetic fragrances in our collection.


Better Balm


If eyes are the window to the soul, hands are the window to wisdom. They can tell just how mature you are and what you have been through. So, to pay back your hands for all the daily discomforts, we suggest you use our nourishing balms and creams to hydrate and soften your hands’ skin.

Formulated with coconut, almond, olive oil, as well as aloe vera, honey, and cocoa butter, our hand products are made to make a part of your soft-hand regimen. The Beleco balms and creams will leave your hands with deep moisturization over several hours without feeling greasy. You can go about your day without even remembering putting our cream or balm on. The best part is that your hands will be deeply nourished even after the first application, so you won’t have to reapply Beleco creams and balms every few hours.


Rinse-free Hand Sanitizer

Infused with pure organic materials, with this product, rejuvenate your health and care for yourself. Flaunt with con…



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  • Beeswax Candles – safe and uplighting experience. 

    I have worked with beeswax in my products (creams, lip balms, solid perfumes) for over 15 years. It is such a nice medium that is good for the skin, and also helps the reasonable shelf stability of the products. It is secreted by the bees’ abdominal organs, 8 glands that worker bees have. It takes

    Beeswax Candles – safe and uplighting experience. 
  • Matcha – green powder with the great power.

    Matcha tea is a green goodness from the East. Grown and treasured in China and Japan these powdered tea leaves make a nourishing and cleansing beverage with the color of luscious green spring leaf. The leaves are stored in the shade, and then ground into a fine powder.  Benefits The tea is boasting with important

    Matcha – green powder with the great power.
  • Sweetfern tea – wild tonic in your cup

    Comptonia peregrina or sweetfern is the only kind of compronia that survived. Other kinds went extinct. It grows in the eastern part of the USA and Canada.  Not a fern It is not related to ferns, however the leaves look similar, hence the name. If you walk in the woods on a sunny hot day, you

    Sweetfern tea – wild tonic in your cup
  • Bee pollen tea – your new natural energy drink.

    This bee product contains 150 mineral and biologically active compounds, amino acids and vitamins.  It supports immunity, balances the eye sight, digestion, and cleansing function of the body.  How do bees make it? The bees make it by collecting plants pollen, from flowers to tree and bush buds. They ferment it and store for the

    Bee pollen tea – your new natural energy drink.
  • Chaga

    Chaga (Inonotus obliquus). Black gold Have you ever walked in the woods, and noticed this black canker on the trunk of birch trees? It looks like black charcoal from the fire, growing on a tree with rusty brown color inside. You have found chaga. It is a fungi that grows on birch primarily, with some

  • Goldenrod – sunny fall beauty – our inspiration for coming winter

    This time of year we have pretty gold yellow goldenrod blooming all along roads, in the fields and meadows. It is one of my herbal favorites.  You are not allergic to goldenrod! Its pollen is not wind spread, so lots of seasonal fall allergies come from blooming ragweed, which is a short herb that many

    Goldenrod – sunny fall beauty – our inspiration for coming winter
  • Wood sorrel – the Irish detective story of botanical error

    We all know that shamrock, or three leaf clover is a symbol and official trademark of Ireland, right? I thought that too. It is interesting how when brain hears something for thousand times it just assumes that it is the fact, or the truth…  Clover or wood sorrel? It all started a couple weeks ago

    Wood sorrel  – the Irish detective story of botanical error
  • April 7th – the World Health Day

    Did you know April 7th is the World Health Day?  Let’s celebrate it as a way of life. We hear a lot about health and healthy lifestyle nowadays. I remember when my husband visited me in Russia in our first year of knowing each other, he said: You guys live so healthy! I remember being

    April 7th – the World Health Day
  • Eating dirt? Bentonite clay miracles.

    Why to eat dirt? Once a year I try to do a cleanse that involves eating dirt:-) Or calcium bentonite clay to be precise. It is mined in the hills of Colorado and Texas, and purified for internal consumption.  The Smectite family of clays, which includes Bentonites, are called “living clays” because of their ability

    Eating dirt? Bentonite clay miracles.
  • Christmas Tree for dinner?

    Cut or not to cut? This year I had a dilemma. We had a chance to cut a nice fir from our own woods to serve as holiday decoration and inspiration. But I was hesitant. If million of people cut their trees every December, we have million trees less on our planet. The other choice was

    Christmas Tree for dinner?

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