Thursday, May 2, 2013

Burt's Bees | Top 5 Favorite Products

I love But's Bees since they have some amazing products at super affordable prices with a nice ingredients list! Its just so difficult to narrow down to the top 5, but if I had to choose from the very, many products they have, these are my top picks!

Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream ($6) - It is one of the very first products I tried from Burt's Bees, along with the lip balm and have bought quite a few tins since then! I love the fresh lemon scent which is pretty addictive and the natural ingredients list!




Tinted Lip Balms ($7) - One of my favorite, swipe and go products that I always have in my bag! I love how they have ventured more into colors, with the recent addition of lip shines and the 100% natural lip gloss. These aren't vegan though, as some of them contain carmine as a color additive. Check this video out to see how celebrity make-up artist Katey Denno helps beauty bloggers choose their perfect color! I'm sure these are becoming a quick favorite! I love the concept of color with more natural ingredients - they might not be the most long lasting, but definitely moisturizing! Have you tried these lip balms yet?




Sensitive Daily Moisturizing Face Cream ($15) - I'm not a big fan of the heavy moisturizers Burt's does, but this one is an exception. It is light, mildly fragranced, perfect for my sensitive skin and great for summer! The sensitive range in general is pretty neat, but this one is a stand out!




Honey & Shea Conditioning Body Bar ($5) - I love my body washes too much and don't venture much into soaps most of the time, as they tend to dry me out, but I love this one with Shea from Burt's Bees. It doesn't lather so much, but it definitely is a good one to have for switching up your shower routine.


Richly Replenishing Cocoa & Cupuaçu Butters Body Lotion ($8) - Lastly, something I never thought I'd like so much, but ended up loving instead. Its not a fancy body butter or lotion - in fact, it smells pretty meh, but it does the job so well leaving behind zero residue or tackiness. If you don't like tacky moisturizers, this is a good one to start with! 



What are some of your favorite products from Burt's Bees?

Disclosure : Some products mentioned in this post are press samples provided for editorial consideration.

2 comments:

  1. Would the cuticle cream be good for chapped/splitting cuticles?

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    1. Its good to maintain in the summer! Def. not a cure all for cuticles...its not heavy duty.

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