Lip Balm: Burt’s Bees

$1.254 star

I keep a tube of this Burt’s Bees lip balm in my pocket at all times. Actually, I have one not only in my work bag, but on my desk, in my jacket, and next to my bed, just for convenience. It’s everything a balm should be - it’s slightly minty (but not overwhelmingly so), waxy enough to feel like you’ve done something good for your lips (but light enough that it doesn’t feel sticky or thick), and available in this very traditional tube. The yellow color scheme works for any gender. It’s great for chapped lips, dry lips, or just an everyday lip moisturizer. Made from bees and not petroleum.

2 Responses to “Lip Balm: Burt’s Bees”

  1. on 06 Sep 2007 at 9:58 pmLeila

    And if you seem to have a strange reaction when using this (or many other Burt’s Bees products) it could be because of the beeswax, unfortunately … many people are allergic to it and just don’t know. :-( Otherwise, rock-on Burt.

  2. on 02 Oct 2007 at 5:05 pmShawn

    I’m a huge fan of Burt’s Bees lip balm, but I don’t find this to be a good deal. Amazon doesn’t sell this product; it is sold through a third-party merchant. As such, you have to watch the shipping costs.

    The Herb Garden adds a $4 flat shipping fee + $1 per-item shipping fee.

    Compare this to buying at Fred Meyer - I saw them for sale last night for $2.99 per tube.

    Not accounting for sales tax, you have to buy more than 8 tubes to be ahead when buying online. Any less than that, and you’re better off buying at the grocery store.

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