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The Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm is available for GBP 3.69.
The lip balm comes in a yellow cylinder-shaped plastic packaging with a yellow lid. On the packaging are the product name and the product information. The packaging contains 4,25 g.
The lip balm is described as follows. "Give your lips the nourishing feeling they deserve. This natural lip balm is loaded with coconut and sunflower oils, rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids, to nourish, condition and soften lips. Beeswax seals in hydration. We've even added peppermint oil for a refreshing tingle. Take your pick of an old-fashioned yellow tin or a recycled plastic tube. No wonder it is our most popular product!"
The ingredients are cera alba (beeswax, cire d'abeille), cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil, lanolin, tocopherol, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, glycine soja (soybean) oil, canola oil (huile de colza) and limonene.
The lip balm has a creamy, firm consistence and can be applied well. The lip balm does not leave any colour on the lips. The lips feel soft and smooth after use, the lip balm leaves a pleasant feeling on the lips. The lip balm moisturizes and cares for the dry and chapped lips. The lip balm has to be applied again after a few hours, as the caring effect tends to lessen.
The lip balm has a pleasant scent. The scent cannot be noticed after use.
I can recommend the Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm, as the lip balm cares for the lips and leaves a pleasant feeling. The lips feel soft and smooth after use.
I received this Burt's Bees beeswax lip balm as part of a gift set of Burt's Bees products. This particular balm is made with Vitamin E and peppermint.
I have always been interested in trying the Burt's products, as their use of natural ingredients and their ethical policies appeal to me. This lip balm stick states that it has not been tested on animals; the packaging is recyclable; and there is a logo to say it can be used for 12 months after opening.
The lip balm is made in the USA and comes in an orange twist-up stick containing 4.25g of the product. The balm itself has a slightly waxier texture than other brands I have tried - probably due to the beeswax! I found that it goes on more smoothly once you have used it a few times, as it seems to soften up a bit. I like that it has quite a thick texture, as it stays on the lips well and does a great job of moisturising. It also makes a good base for lipstick as it won't slide as some lip balms can do.
I think there is a fair amount of peppermint in the lip balm, as it has a strong minty smell. It also gives a really minty tingle when you first apply it, which I love - I'm not sure why! I also like other balms that have a bit of a tingly effect, such as Carmex.
I have found that with regular use this product has improved my dry lips. It's also good to know that something you are applying around your mouth is made with all natural ingredients.
I have a new best friend! After Christmas I avoided the sales ... for the most part except online when I made a few purchases. One of the purchases was a set of mini products from Burt's Bees and inside that set was a full sized beeswax lip balm with vitamin e and peppermint.
I had tried the Burt's Bees Lip shimmers and hated them. So I was not expecting big things from this lip balm but I was wrong, I loved it!
The lip balm comes in a normal type of tubed lip balm with a twist up bottom and little cap lid. These fit in pockets easily and are great for personal use. I really don't ever share my lip balms!
I just twisted the base to release the product and as usual I had to twist up the tube to its full potential to see how much product was in it! I've done this before and the tube got jammed so I know I shouldn't but this time it went down just fine!
The first time I used it the product felt a bit hard and ironically waxy but it soon melted and I have to say the peppermint effect was really refreshing and works especially well when you have a cold or a bit of a stuffy nose.
These are available from Debenhams for £3.49. I think that is a good price and a tube will last for ages.
I really like these and can see me buying them again lots in the future now I know how good they are!
Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm is made with coconut and sunflower oils to nourish, condition and soften, and beeswax to seal in hydration. It's pried at £3.69 for a 4.25g tube.
The packaging is a pretty basic looking plastic tube with the usual twist up mechanism. As soon as I open the lid I can smell the lovely fresh peppermint scent of the balm which I love.
The texture of the balm is quite waxy but it goes on smoothly and easily. A couple of seconds after applying it I get a very strong tingly sensation from the peppermint, so I'd warn anyone with sensitive skin to be wary as it could easily irritate.
It leaves my lips feeling lovely and soft and moisturised but not feeling at all sticky, which to me is exactly what I want from a lip balm, I just hate it when my lips feel sticky from products. I do have to reapply this every 2 or 3 hours to keep that hydrated feeling, but I can't think of any lip balm I've used which lasts longer.
I'm terrible at remembering to use lip balms consistently to prevent my lips becoming dry, so I have had the opportunity to try this out on very dry and chapped lips, and it worked very effectively bringing my lips back to 'normality' pretty quickly. The only thing I would say is that the peppermint stings when applied to chapped or cracked lips.
Yes, I would definitely recommend this lip balm, especially if you're after a more natural product. It is a bit more expensive than the most basic balms but I think you are paying for quality here.
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 use it.
Burts Bees is a company I first saw in my local health food store. They are a unique brand who specialise in making natural products. They have high ethical standards and do not test on animals. They also take care to ensure their products have the least environmental impact. The brand currently sponsor The British BeeKeepers Association as they use substances such as beeswax and honey in their products.
Burts Bees claim this lip balm is "hard-working" and is "formulated to heal, repair and moisturise". The tube is printed with the promise that this product is "100% natural".
The lip balm is a waxy, glue coloured substance. I have used a lot of lip balms from different brands an in comparision this one looks firmer and drier. When you extend it you can smell a strong fresh mint aroma. This scent is invigorating and lively. It's about as strong as a minty toothpaste would be.
The lip balm does not instantly melt against warm lips. It has to be warmed up a little bit before the substance starts to become softer and spreadable. You have to rub it over your lips a few times before the balm melts fully and gives total coverage. Since the balm is quite stiff at first it means that the skin on your lips can feel a bit pulled and tight as you apply. This is not particularly comfortable when your lips are dry or cracked.
When you first apply the balm it makes your lips tingle and throb. It has a similar sensation to a lip plumper. It's an odd feeling, not unpleasant but simply strange. It is like your lips are warm and cold at the same time. It certainly lets you know that your lips are covered in the product. It continues to radiate on the lips for some time after applying but eventually your lips get used to the sensation and it dies out.
The lip balm does not feel as succulent or moist as other lip balms I've used. In fact when I purse my lips together they seem to stick as the balm feels quite dry. As far as making my dry lips feel comfortable I would say it provides an average experience. Other lip balms such as Vaseline or Lypsyl are much more juicy and moist.
This lip balm makes your lips look healthy. It does not colour the lips in any way as the balm is like a vaseline colour. It is a good base for lip stick or lip gloss. It's actually quite a good lipstick base because it means lip colour stays put on your lips due to the consistency of the balm.
I actually thought this lip balm might be really good and suitable for a lip balm addict like me as it is quite expensive compared to the well known brands you find in chemist chains and supermarkets. It costs around £3.69 and it's usually about this price no matter where you buy it from. I've seen these products in Holland and Barratt and on Amazon online. You can also buy direct from the Burts Bees website. I would say that I suffer from dry lips regularly and that I use lip balm several times a day. This lip balm is not moist enough to satisfy me or make my lips feel as comfortable as they ought to be when fully protected. I like the minty aroma and the fact that the ingredients are natural but these things can't outweigh the fact that this balm just isn't moist enough for me. I personally need a balm that is of a wetter consistency and wouldn't recommend this to anyone with very dry or sore lips. Continued use does not seem to improve quality of skin on the lips either, despite the softening Vitamin E ingredient. I therefore would not opt to buy it again.
As the autumn approaches my lip balm has been retrieved and added to my bag to help protect my lips from the weather. The Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm comes in a 4g tube that can currently be purchased from Boots for £3.69, so it is not the cheapest lip balm around but I think it is worth every penny. The tube is much like any other lip balm tube in that it is plastic with a pop of lip that stays in place even though it is rattling around in my hand bag - there is nothing worse than a dirty, bitty lip balm where the lid has been lost.
The lip balm contains the following ingredients: cera alba (beeswax, cire d'abeille), cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil, lanolin, tocopherol, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, glycine soja (soybean) oil,canola oil (huile de colza), limonene.
The lip balm is thick and creamy on your lips and contains Beeswax to help condition your lips, and its Vitamin E content is supposed to moisturise. The lip balm also contains peppermint oil, which gives a great little tingle of refreshment to your lips when you apply it.
You can apply the product as many times as you want. Overall I would say that this lip balm is the best one I have ever used. It is thick, smells soft like honey and the peppermint tingle is really nice, you do not need to keep applying it as a little goes along way and it definitely conditions and helps to protect my lips from the changing weather condition. I have had mine for about 1 year now and it is still going strong. Overall I would recommend this product to others as it really helps condition your lips, last ages and is worth paying a little bit extra for.
I use a lip balm pretty much all year round, but especially during the colder winter months. One of my absolute favourites is Burt's Lip Balm. I pay £1.99 for a small sized swizzle up stick of balm though I have also bought this in the tin which is more cost effective as you get more and it only costs £3.50. The only problem with the tins though is that they are not so convenient to carry around in your bag.
This lip balm contains peppermint oil, coconut oil and beeswax and all of these active ingredients together work at hydrating, protecting, repairing and moisturising my lips so that they look lovely and soft and smooth. The one I'm using at the moment actually contains pomegranate oil though I have actually used the original one too they are both just as good as each other.
This lip balm sinks into my lips and I can really feel it getting to work more or less immediately. It's great to wear either on its own or under a lipstick (I do both) and it doesn't have to be reapplied very often as it seems to last for ages - even when I'm eating and drinking.
It feels very luxurious on my lips and I love the fact that it contains all natural ingredients. Without this lip balm I know my lips do suffer because whenever I run out and stop using it for a while, my lips quickly begin to dry out. One of the tricks I do is to apply it at night after I've brushed my teeth and before I go to bed. That way, when I wake up in the morning my lips feel really soft, hydrated and smooth. I think that at this time of the year, lips in general suffer. Not only from the cold wind outside but also from the fact that we turn up our central heating so high and this can have a really dehydrating effect on the skin in general, but especially the lips as we have less sebaceous glands. This lip balm really is efficient at completely erradicating dry sore lips and adding moisture where it's needed the most.
It never feels gloopy or sticky on my lips and the smell is delicate and lightly fragranced.
It's such a handy size to keep in my make up bag and I always take it with me when I go to work. I actually have two of these - I keep one in the glove compartment of the car and another in my handbag.
It's a really good quality lip balm and up there as one of the best I've used.
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I am reviewing the stick (twist up) version of this lip balm as I have never bought the little pot. I think little pots can habour more germs as you always have to stick your finger in to get any out and sometimes you might even get friends asking for some so for me pots are a no no as they are too germ riddled :) The pots do however look nice as they are made to look like old traditional tins so they do seem to have a novelty effect if you're into that kind of thing. Though another reason I prefer the stick it that it is smaller and can fit easily into your handbag or pocket.
This lip balm costs rougly 3.49 which isn't bad if you ask me for what you get. I have bought cheaper lip balms in the past for 99p or and up but they have always seemed sticky and gunky but not Burt Bee's its lovely, it glides on really well and seems to instantly moisturise my lips, the minty fresh peppermint gives a lovely tingle which just makes me think yumm my lips are loving this. Ok peppermint can dry your lips out but this lip is also rich in vitamins, coconut and sunflower oils and essential fatty acids which nourish, condition and soften your lips and this counteracts the peppermint perfectly - The beeswax part helps to seal in all this hydration.
I don't feel the need to have to apply this balm all the time as my lips are soft for ages once I do apply but I love applying it again and again just to get a fresh new hit of the minty tingle :)
I have also discovered that it you put a few layers on right before bedtime you will wake up in the morning with the softest lips ever. I don't know if this is because your not talking, eating or licking your lips, etc in your sleep and therefore the lipbalm has time to soak in fully or what but I have to say my lips feel devine in the morning when I do this and I don't need to apply any of the balm for a long time after. This is especially good if you happen to have extrtemely chapped lips, I can assure you that you will wake up with super soft lips instead!
All in all I would defo recommend this lip balm to everyone, it feels nice, lasts for ages and doesn't leave a horrible taste in your mouth if you lick your lips, there seems to be just the right amount of every ingredient to make it perfect (for me anyways). Also regardless of the price these little beauties seem to last forever, I use mine a lot and they last me for months which is what you want in a good quality product to be honest!
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I got this love Burt's Bees Beeswaz lip balm for around £3, as i had heard many people say that it was the best product to help get rid of dry lips.
Occasionally my lips are indeed dry, and i was always looking for a decent lip balm that would stop me getting dry lips rather than just softening them for a few hours, but then going back to being dry again once the product had begun to wear off.
Burt's Bees has definitely succeeded with their lip balm- it makes my lips so smooth after just one application!
When i feel as though my lips are becoming very dry, I apply this lip balm before i go to bed, so that it stays on over night and really works into my lips.
In the morning, I can still feel the product on my lips, and my lips are so incredibly smooth!
I never have to put any more on for at least 2 weeks until my lips start becoming dry again, so really, those who want to keep their dry lips away should probably apply it every other night, unless you're lazy like me and just waits until their lips start to get dry.
The fact that this product is in tube form means that i do not have to use my fingers, which i do not like to do, especially if i want to put some on through the day and i am not near somewhere where i can wash my hands.
You can sometimes get a slight tingling sensation when you first apply it; some people may find this quite off putting, however i find it quite refreshing and it makes me feel as though it is working.
I cannot explain the smell of the lip balm, but it is in no way offputting, and it is not strong at all, therefore those who do not like to put strong smelling things on their face and lips will be fine.
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 on the Burt's Bees website, amongst other places. This may seem steep compared to chapstick, vaseline etc. but bear with me!
This is packaged like your average balm. I have the one in the stick but you can also get it in a small tin. The stick itself is made of a mustard yellow coloured plastic, with a sticker around the main packaging and a pull off lid. The sticker is a lighter yellow in colour with the pattern of a beehive in a darker yellow. It states that the product is "cooling", has the brand name, that it's a beeswax lip balm and then some images that state it's recyclable, not tested on animals, and will last 12months from opening to when it needs to be chucked. The product itself is 4.25g in weight.
I personally love this balm. It has a thicker texture than most balms like this on the market, and just adds a small layer to your lips to stop them from drying out. It doesn't feel greasy or anything like that which is what I really like about it, and personally I find the cooling sensation nice, but can undertsand how some might not. I like balms that tingle because they feel like they're working better, even if it's just menthol making them feel like that!
I've been using this for a week now and my lips are a lot softer than they were before that, they've been getting very dry lately due to a) the weather changing every 5 mintes and b)my skin being contantly dehydrated from partying too much...oops! When I apply this it seems to fill in the fine lines in my lips and therefore makes them look more plump without being glossy. This is a unisex product as far as I'm concerned.
Burt's Bees is one of my all time favourite cosmetic and skin care brands; natural, traditional and effective. Below are my views on it, separated into categories.
With the economy of the UK nowadays, price is a very important matter, and to be honest, this Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm may not be the best thing financially if you do not want to be spending so much on cosmetics... however, I see this as a kind of investment. This is far superior to other lip balms I have tried, and for that reason I think it is worth paying the extra cash.
There are ways around this, however. Instead of purchasing this from the store or the website as I previously have done, I find it is much cheaper to simply buy it off Amazon: at the present, it costs £2.46 a tube, which saves quite a bit of money. The Burt's Bees website can put its products on up to 80% sales which is a great way to save money! This way, this lip balm is both affordable and a lovely product to use.
You cannot (or it would be very hard to anyway) find a better quality lip balm. There have never, for me, been any defects in the quality of the actual product or the packaging, and this is more than I can say for other lip balms. The texture is smooth and easy to apply (not sure if the beeswax has anything to do with this?) and it mends cracked, dry lips easily. A tube of this usually lasts me for a couple of months which is very good value.
TASTE, SMELL AND FLAVOUR:
The taste of this lip balm is a lovely cool, peppermint flavour, which is really refreshing. It is a perfect start to the morning, to wake you up, perfect for the winter, to warm you up and likewise perfect for the summer, to cool and refresh you. So altogether a lip balm suitable for any season at any time. The smell is refreshing and pleasant; on top of this not too strong as to make those around you suspect you of a toothpaste addiction.
A brilliant lip balm; the best one I have had the fortune to discover so far. Perfect quality and functionality, and moreover this can be made affordable by buying from Amazon or from the Burt's Bees sales! Highly, highly recommended.
I received a gift set of three Burts Bees lip balms for christmas and I am enjoying them enormously already. Usually I am a bit cynical about any kind of lip balm as I tend to find that they actually end up drying my lips out even more, the only one which I know for a fact does not is vaseline. But anyway, I was prepared to give these a go - if only because they smell delicious.
I have a mango, a strawberry and a honey version of the balm, each is in a 4.25g yellow twisty tube applicator as shown in the picture above and I believe you can order these online from Amazon for around £2-3 each (although mine cam in a gift set with a key ring which was purchaed in Australia).
I would usually expect to pay around the £2 mark for a decent lip balm but I have to say these feel like a high quality product. The balm itself is thick but not too greasy and I do not find myself licking it off my lips, it stays put and my lips (battered from too much central heating over the christmas break) are already showing a difference.
All three of the varieties I have smell divine, especially the mango version which has quickly become a favourite. The honey one is the most subtle but is equally nice to use. I am now going to keep one in my work bag, one in my handbag and one in my desk drawer so I shall never be too far from one. I have a feeling that regular use will only improve the softness and moisturisation of my lips.
I love this lip balm as it feels lovely when applied to the lips. It smells really minty and uplifting. The balm is in a tube so it's better for use when travelling or at work when your hands aren't always as clean as you'd like them to be.
The lip balm leaves a protective barrier on your lips and it protects them from the elements. It helps to soothe cracked and/ or sore lips. It helps your lips to retain their natural moisture level. It's great for use during winter as it helps to shield your lips against the wind and/ or cold.
The lip balm wipes away easily when you want to remove it and it doesn't leave any residue on your lips after use either. You only need to apply a small amount as a little goes a long way so just the one standard tube will last you a good couple of months with average use. It's easy to apply and it leaves your lips looking quite matte.
The balm doesn't taste overpowering if you happen to swallow some and it doesn't leave your lips looking shiny so this could be one for the men too. It'd make a great stocking filler and the yellow packaging really cheers you up.
A great lip balm that it soothing, moisturising and natural.
This is by far one of my favourite beauty products. I own it in the peppermint flavour and have used up about 4 tubes in the past year. When I first purchased it, I had heard a lot about it and wanted to know what all the hype was about, I purchased it for around £3 which, personally, isn't too expensive. I think you're paying for what you get and the actual product is good value for money.
This product is quite odd in the way that it works, it soothes and moisturises your lips while cooling them and making you feel refreshed. I absolutely love this feeling and aspect about this product. For me, it is a daily essential and is perfect for chapped lips, especially in the winter.
The actual taste of this product isn't too pleasing, a bitter, minty flavour that stays in your mouth and feels disgusting due to the consistency of the product. But I wouldn't let this bother you as you're not actually meant to eat it!
I recommend this product to anyone who is looking for a daily essential lip balm that will moisturise and soothe their lips while refreshing them at the same time.
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 building up its reputation as most of my friends (and even my mum!) own atleast one Burt's Bees product.
The lip balm comes inside a plastic pocket sized tube - like a chapstick tube which is around 27g. It's yellow which obviously replicates the Bee's theme and has the product name - Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm written on the side in red, bold writing. The lid pulls off and to get the lip balm can be pushed out with the twiddly twister at the bottom which turns either right or left - i'm sure you know what I mean! Once you're done just twist it the opposite way and it will retract. This keeps it nice and fresh. The tube is, like I said, around the same size as a chapstick tube, I have no issues using it in the slightest, it's easy to control and is nice and lightweight. It's nice and colourful so it's easy to spot it in my makeup bag amongst my other lip balms which saves rummaging around for it. The tube is just the right size to fit into my handbag/pocket too which is handy.
The lip balm has a really nice, high quality look and feel to it. The smell is minty - like a sweet peppermint, it's quite strong but it's not the toothpaste kind of mint smell, it's more a candy cane mint sort of smell and it has a 'cooling' feel to it. I am not a big fan of mint smelling lip balms but suprisingly i've grown to love the smell of this, it's really refreshing and because it's mint, it's not aimed at just women, my boyfriend has used this before and it smelt really nice on him.
The texture of this isn't anything special, it is pretty much like alot of lip balms available, however I find it is quite hard to soften up to get it on to my lips. It glides onto my lips nicely (as long as they're moist - it's a nightmare putting it on dry lips as I personally have found that it sticks horribly to the cracks and the tube doesn't move with ease). It usually takes a few layers before my lips feel moisturised as the product is quite stubborn and doesn't go onto the lips as easily as vaseline etc because of the slightly more waxy, hard texture - don't get me wrong it's not massively different to other lip balms, but I have noticed that it requires a bit of warming up to melt it a little (this can be achieved by rubbing the tip on my lips a few times) before application. Once on my lips it's quite moisturising and makes my lips feel soft, it's not the most lightweight of lip balms and I can usually feel it on my lips for a good 5 minutes after application before it is fully absorbed into my lips. It is not greasy but it does leave a moist feel to the lips, and it is not sticky or waxy.
It doesn't give a glossy shine like my vaseline lip balm does but I don't mind - the smell and moisturising feel it leaves makes up for that, and this can also be used as a lipstick base as it's matte. It also tastes pleasent, and the taste/smell lasts suprisingly well (around 30 minutes, sometimes the smell lingers a little longer). I personally as I said before don't use this when I have cracked lips as it sticks to the cracks, but I do use it to prevent cracks, it protects my lips well and keeps them soft and moisturised. Top ups are required around every hour or so. For £2.99 it is good but nothing amazing. I would reccomend you try it if you like the sound of it. I've had my tube for 2 weeks ish now and it is lasting really well even though I usually use it 2/3 times a day, so it's good value for money.
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).