Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm Tube Reviews
Product Type: Burt's Bees Lip Care
Description:Brand: Burt's Bees / Balm / Type: Lip Balm / Subcategory: Wax / What it does: regenerates / Contents/Size: 4.25g / ... more
Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm Tube ... Burt's most popular product, chocked full of pain relieving protective ingredients to help soothe cracked, chapped or burning lips / Available in the newfangled .15 oz. plastic tube (with 50% post-industrial recycled plastic).
Newest Review: ... Association as they use substances such as beeswax and honey in their products. Burts Bees claim this lip balm is ... more
Price Comparison for Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm Tube
by - written on 09/05/12 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Burt's bees are a company that specialise in natural skincare. Burt is a man who kept bees and sold honey, and the company grew from there. This lip balm is 100% natural, and something I like about Burt's Bees is that all of the products from them that I've seen have clearly stated what percentage this is, whether it's 95, 96 etc. A lot of companies would withold this informatuon unless it was 100%. I got this in the Head to Toe gift set (reviews of the other products to come), which cost me £9.99 in Waitrose, it's usually £14.99. The lip balm itself is usually around the £4 mark, and can be bought from Boots, Debenhams and ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 29/07/11, updated on 29/07/11
I first heard about Burt's Bees a while ago now, and I recently decided to finally see what all the fuss about. There are lots of Burt's Bees products available, but as I had no idea of the quality, I decided to buy one of the cheapest products that they sell. I settled on the Burt's Bees lip balm, and bought mine from Amazong. The RRP of this lip balm, according to Amazon, is £3.42. I got mine for a slightly expensive but still quite reasonable £2.99, which saved me 43p which is better than nothing! The lip balm is also available from shops such as Boots and other cosmetic retailers, it's not a massively known brand as far as I am aware but it definetly seems to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
When it comes to lip balm, I don't have a great knowledge base to draw on. Having been introduced to Vaseline at a young age, I stuck with it for many years, until I suddenly grew sick of all that grease which somehow failed to make any long term difference to my lips. There followed a brief dalliance with a pretty looking, gorgeous smelling pot of something expensive, which came to an abrupt end thanks to its foul taste. So it was while on the hunt for its successor than I stumbled upon this 'Burt's Bees Beeswax' lip balm in Boots. I'd heard of the range from friends, but never tried it myself. I really liked the sound of a '100% natural' lip balm- hopefully this would . Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/11 (Very useful, 77 readings)
When it comes to treating myself, I'm not very good. I should be, seeing as I'm female and all, but I'm really not. I'm one of those people that save their money, but never spend it. However, with much thanks to and persuasion from my beloved girlfriend, I have finally begun to reap the rewards of treating myself now and again. Whilst hitting up the Boots sale on Boxing Day, I had absolutely no luck finding anything useful to be used as gifts for others, but I did come across two Burt's Bees sets stashed away out of sight on a low shelf which excited me greatly. I have seen and heard a lot about Burt's Bees products, but never took the leap and treated myself to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I got this lip balm in a gift set along with several mini sized items for use on the body. This lip balm, however, can be purchased on it's own in the same sized 4.25g tube. Burt's Bees make several different varieties of their lip balms. This one is the Beeswax lip balm with Vitamin E and Peppermint. The product comes in a stick form. The tube is small and made from yellow plastic. It has a pop off top and a screw mechanism at the bottom of the tube which extends the lip balm when you twist it. This bottom section has a ridged style so that you can grip it with you fingers more easily. The balm can be extended or retracted according to how much you want to ... Read the complete review
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