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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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Product Details

Package Quantity: 4
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 4 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002DPUXZW
  • Item model number: 13699-10
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,620 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Product Description

Package Quantity: 4

Loved by nature and perfectly sweet. Kind of like you. This natural balm helps nourish your dry lips with a touch of golden Honey and Vitamin E, leaving them soft, supple and super happy.

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Ingredients
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.

Directions
Apply balm liberally to lips as often as needed, particularly in dry, cold or windy conditions.

Customer Reviews

Honey doesn't smell like that.
matt
I am not a Burt's Bees fanboy, but I do recommend Burt's Bees Honey Lip Balm.
Michael A. Wacht
It is OK but I would never buy it again, that's just my preference.
daisy cake

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By ShoresWasTaken on December 5, 2010
Item Package Quantity: 4
I won't offer any pseudoscience on the merits of beeswax over petrolatum, but it's been my experience that the petro-based chapsticks require you to apply balm constantly. I find that with Burt's Bees, the opposite is true. So there's some anecdotal evidence for you, which is really what Amazon reviews are all about.

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.

Shores
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Pamela on March 29, 2010
Item Package Quantity: 4
I'd used Burt's Bees peppermint lip balm for a few years. Here in the "heartland" you'd better not be caught without something for lips and skin in general because it's pretty windy here and the cold is beyond description. Anyway, I'd kind of grown tired of the peppermint version and, so, having recently bought the "thoroughly therapeutic" lotion which contains significant honey decided to try the honey lip balm.

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.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By RonDO on July 22, 2010
Item Package Quantity: 4
I really enjoy Burt's Bees lip balms. The original in my opinion is the best because you can continuously use it without it becoming irritating or annoying. The Honey version has a very similar feel as the original, the obvious difference is instead of a tingly mint sensation there is a sweet, aromatic scent and taste. I originally liked this scent very much, however, with continued use it became somewhat overbearing and I was ready for a switch. Still, once every few months i'll come across this product and buy it for a change. If you don't mind a sweet scent and taste on your lips, you'll love this product!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Laura M. Place on December 3, 2009
Item Package Quantity: 4
It's unfortunate that earlier reviewers really wanted a re-hashing of Burt's Bee's peppermint lip balm. It isn't - it's sweet, not minty at all, and slightly grainy.

Regarding Mintiness:
The non-mint nature of it makes it perfect for cold and wind-ravaged lips, when mint would burn and irritate.

Regarding Graininess:
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.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Simon Yung on January 11, 2013
Item Package Quantity: 4
seriously...this lip balm smells kinda s***ty.
i like burt's bee's other products. but this one is a mistake. i have never had honey that smelled like this.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Goldberg on March 28, 2010
Item Package Quantity: 4 Verified Purchase
As I understand it, people must just get this stuff because of the marketing. My girlfriend loves the regular burt's bees lip balm, so I started using it occasionally. She kept stealing it from me, though, so I bought a 4-pack. I thought "I like honey," so I went for this one. The Honey variety tastes and smells like baby powder and vaseline, which is not pleasant. The regular Burt's Bees tastes better in my opinion (not that I eat the stuff).

I stood out in the wind and cold for an afternoon, and my lips had become chapped. The next day, I received and applied this Burt's Bees Honey Lip Balm. It didn't solve the problem. It may have kept them from getting so chapped, had I applied it first, but, despite frequent reapplications, it did not relieve the dryness nor the chapped feeling after the fact. And finally, it has no sun protection, from what I can determine. Maybe I just misunderstood what I was getting, but it tastes bad, doesn't heal chapped lips, and has no SPF. It's just, plain and simple, a balm for one's lips. Maybe it's a chick thing I don't understand. I'm sticking to carmex and chapstick after this.

A reluctant update: I feel I may have been a little too bitter originally. I still can't stand the taste of the stuff. I can't even handle smelling it on someone else nearby. But I'm sure that's just a unique reaction. Most people don't seem to feel so strongly about it. I prefer the original flavor. You might like the honey flavor. I'm willing to call off my crusade against it. It's just lip balm. I'm calm.
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