Wednesday 17 September 2014

Burt's Bees 30th Anniversary

Today is the 30th anniversary of Burt's Bees, a brand we all know and love. They've been keeping our lips super soft for years and now have 170 products ranging from lip tints, face care and even baby care. I've used the Burt's Bee Beeswax Lip Balm on and off for years, it's a product I always go back too because it's so soothing, plus with the added Peppermint Oil it plumps your pout.

I think one of the best things about Burt's Bees is that you can smell how natural their products are, you can smell the bees wax, the rosemary oil, the cocoa butter and lemon butter from some of their most loved products. The products have never been tested on animals and there are also no phthalates, parabens, petrolatum or SLS used. I've already mentioned the Beeswax Lip Balm Tin* £3.69 and how I've sworn by it over the years but recently I've been trying out some of their best known classics in celebration of the anniversary. 
Hand Salve is 100% natural and full of Olive Oil, Beeswax and Vitamin E to help keep your hands soft and fight against aging. Shea Butter Hand Repair is the ultimate hand cream to tackle dry hands, especially as we're coming into the colder seasons again! It's thick, soaks in quick and leaves my hands feel really hydrated. Lastly is the Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream, this smells to die for, just like fresh lemonade. My cuticles aren't great but I've been using this the last few weeks and I'm already noticing a transformation, definitely my new manicure must have. 

These products are classics for a reason and they're trusted because they work. If you have a look on the Burt's Bees website there is lots of information on the company, where it all started and what Burt is doing now. Why not celebrate Beesday with Burt's Bees? 1. Visit and tag a birthday message to the bees with #burtsbeeday 2. Tune in at 9pm BST on 17th September to see if Burt reads your message in a live video webcast at 

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