What if Branches could Beatbox?

Burt’s Bees knows what nature has in store for the best skin & hair on Earth. And when it comes to the Earth, they have infinite respect and gratitude for all that she has to offer. It’s the reason they compost, plant gardens, turn out the lights, and help save bees.

Every ingredient, every product launch, every tube, bottle and cap is a conversation about how to do the right thing. It’s their business model and they call it The Greater Good. As you can imagine, Earth Day is kind of their high holiday.

So, this Earth Day, Burt’s Bees collaborated with composer/genius Diego Stocco, creator of “Bassoforte”, to create a one-of-a-kind, all-natural musical experience. All the sounds in this piece were created real-time using instruments provided by Mother Nature herself. The same ingredients that are instrumental in making the Burt’s Bees products you love—Honey, rice, almonds, flowers, and more. It’s a reminder to take a few minutes on Earth Day or any other day to pause, reflect, and maybe even shake some branches or tail feathers. You know, celebrate this amazing planet we share.


Celebrate Earth Day and try out a new eco-friendly beauty product. I just added Burt’s Bees Towelettes to my shopping list I can’t believe I haven’t tried them yet. This time of year we are out and about enjoying the outdoors I like to have something in my purse to freshen up and keep my skin clean and clear.


Facial Towelettes with White Tea Extract
Remove make-up, cleanse and tone in one easy step. Infused with White Tea and Cucumber Extracts plus Aloe, these towelettes clean your face naturally. So you can give your skin the care it needs no matter where you are.

Removes dirt, oil and make-up without rinsing
Formulated with White Tea and Cucumber Extracts
Dermatologist-tested and ophthamologist-tested
FSC Certified, natural fabric


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