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Burt's Bees Honey Lip Balm, .15-Ounce Tubes (Pack of 4)
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- 0.15 ounce tube of 100% natural lip balm
- Infused with nourishing honey and vitamin E
- Deliciously sweet lip treatment in honey flavor
- Softens and conditions dry, chapped lips
- Burt's Bees lip balms are available in other fun flavors
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Package Quantity: 4
Beeswax, Helianthus Annuus Sunflower Seed Oil, Lanolin, Symphytum Offcinale (Comfrey) Root Extract, Flavor, Honey, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Tocopherol, Acetate, Glycine Soja (Soybean Oil), Canola Oil.
Apply balm liberally to lips as often as needed, particularly in dry, cold or windy conditions.
Top Customer Reviews
Some reviewers have noted that this product doesn't help with their chapped lips. I could see that as a possibility. There may be better products out there for healing damaged skin. I think of this balm as a preventive measure. I put this on before I go out, and I never get chapped lips. I have very fair skin that is prone to drying out, and I live in a cold, windy mountain town.
Because it eliminates one reason - out of countless, surely - for girls to not want to kiss me, Burt's Bees has my undying devotion.
Having consumed my fair share of honey, I was quite taken by the wonderful whiff of honey I detected as I uncapped the balm. I do not, ergo, agree with the preceding reviewer's description of the item's smell as one of baby powder and vaseline(?). Also, it was not long before I found it to be far more effective than the peppermint. My lips have become smooth and moist with no roughness from peeling. This makes sense to me since I know a little bit about the healing power's of honey. And, I've only used it for about 3 weeks.
Now, mind you, the winter has pretty much faded away and so it'll probably take the full brunt of next winter's scourge to give it a real testing. In the meantime, I'll continue to use it through the warm weather for therapeutic value and the great smell. Sniff-- aaaahhhhhh.
The non-mint nature of it makes it perfect for cold and wind-ravaged lips, when mint would burn and irritate.
The slightly grainy nature is a normal effect of cocoa butter granules crystallizing over time and is actually a sign of the highly natural formulation.
I can't recommend this product enough - as far as I'm concerned, it is one of the gentlest, longest-lasting, nicest-feeling natural lip balm preparations on the market. As someone who worked at Whole Foods and similar stores for 5+ years, I have tried a LOT of natural (and so-called natural) lip balms.
i like burt's bee's other products. but this one is a mistake. i have never had honey that smelled like this.
She prefers Burt's Bees over traditional lip balms, but as most of us that have purchased lip balms in the past know that Burt's Bees carries a premium price vs other brands. So for the most part, she just buys the petroleum based products (whether Chapstick, Blistex, or the generics).
Expiration: My primary concern about buying this product (since Burt's Bees is natural) is the expiration date. As I mentioned before in my past reviews, buying anything with an expiration date online sometimes becomes a concern for me simply because you don't know if what you're buying is something that's been sitting in a warehouse for months (or years) after the expiration date. I am 99.% sure that Amazon has strict standards and have yet to have a "bad product" from them, so when I made my purchase, I made sure Amazon.com was the company that my item was *SOLD FROM*. Although there are other options for more buying choices, I'm still hesitant if Amazon is not the seller/shipper. Looking at the Burt's Bees balms I have received, I immediately started searching for a date and saw the stamp "3221101" on all my lip balms. So any consumer, especially me would have thought that maybe 32211 = March 22, 2011. But is this an expiration date or a manufacturered date? I started doing some investigation.
According to Burt's Bees corporate page, it is stated that there is a shelf life (due to natural ingredients) but they are unable to provide an expiration date.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I didn' buy mine from Amazon I got mine from cvs on campus today when I realized my lips were horribly chopped and I left my cherry Burts bees stick at home. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alexis L. Baker
Gross and overly scented!! They have ruined my favorite lip balm. PLEASE bring the old Burts Bees Honey Lip balm back!!!!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
so many lip balms/chapsticks are waxy or irritating, I love Burt's BeesPublished 2 months ago by GAIL S.
Would give zero stars if I could. Based on the putrid smell of this balm. If you want to smell like a very old lady purchase this...Published 3 months ago by Adam D Landa
Absolutely love them , best lip balm I have ever put on my lips!ill buy more !Published 6 months ago by Ashley P.
I love Burt's Bees Honey Lip Balm and how it glides on easily on the lips and how soft it makes my lips feel. Problem this lip balm tasted and smelled nothing like honey. Read morePublished 6 months ago by KWheatle