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Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm Tube, .15-Ounce Tubes (Pack of 4)
There is a newer version of this item:
- 100% Natural
- Soothes painful, chapped, cracked lips
- Use it on healthy lips for a little peppermint tingle
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Package Quantity: 4
Beeswax, 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.
Apply balm liberally to your lips as often as needed, particularly in dry, cold or windy conditions.
Top Customer Reviews
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 ›
I don't however, like any other of their varieties because they don't refresh your lips anywhere near as well as the original formula does.
I have been using Burts Bees for every one of my 21 years. My mother was a Burts Bees devotee even before I was born and I have been one as well since the day I was born.
In my opinion:
The Pros: A lovely tingly feeling upon application, full coverage that lasts, a pleasant lack of strong odor or flavor (I hate strong smelling or tasting chapsticks, a lovely (and distinctive) yellow tube that is easy to find in any purse, consistently a good product, survives hours or days in my car in the heat without leaking or becoming absolute goop (just pop it into the freezer for a bit before using it if necessary
The Cons: Truly none in my opinion. Maybe a dependency on it?
This is my go-to chapstick. There are several things I am never without: eye drops (LASIK), Camelbak (hydration is key), and chapstick--always Burts Bees.
I've tried many other chapsticks over the years. Sure, the others suffice when necessary, but despite the admittedly expensive (for a chapstick) cost of Burts Bees, I simply cannot live without it. I've tried EOS (love the Sweet Mint), SoftLips, and more. They're lovely, but they're not Burts. I always return to Burts, compare every chapstick to Burts, and find them all inferior to Burts. Call me a Burts Bees Devotee as well, because I won't change my mind.
Some have cautioned against using too much chapstick and stopping your lips from creating their own balm...blahblahblah. True or not, I don't care. I love Burts. If my "dependency" is already here, then why the heck would I stop using it? Fact is, the weather changes. Even if my lips create their own moisture, they'll still have a lag time between harsh changes in climate. We travel home often, changing the climate and chapping our lips.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great product! Item was as expected. Always happy with Burt's Bees! even happier to get a bulk rate!Published 28 days ago by Jessica Dela
I live in the desert and so my lips are often dry. It's hard to remember to drink plenty of water when you're in class or work all day. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sabina R
Burt's Bees Beeswax is my favorite lip balm of all time. Very healthy! Nice smell and feels great applied to lips! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Luke in NC
I love these lip balms. I have sensitive lips, as they get dry and cracked very quick if I don't apply a lip balm or moisturizer. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Maria