It’s that time of year again! Stock up on Burt’s Bees!!

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This time of year my skin is achy and itchy and dry and all around grouchy. It was time to re-stock my Burt’s Bees pile, and I did just that! I have grown to really love Burt’s Bees products so much. They last an eternity (at least through the year) and they make my skin feel so happy. You know that feeling when your hands feel like they may actually tear open and rip, they’re so dry? These products make my skin rejoice.

Products that work – stick around for the long run and in many cases, become classics. Whether it be the ingredients or convenient packaging, we all have our favorite products that we can’t live without and our reasons why. The products in the Burt’s Bees Classics Collection were a hit from the moment they launched – and are still cult favorites today. These wonderful products came about more than 20 years ago, using what soon became Burt’s Bees most well-known ingredient, beeswax. Taken straight from the beehive, such a simple ingredient became everyone’s favorite. The classics collection includes:

Burt’s Bees Almond Milk Beeswax Hand Cream moisturizes and shields the driest of hands with Sweet Almond Oil and Vitamin E. This glass container is pretty enough to leave out on your bathroom counter or on your desk at work – everyone will be dying to try it. ($9.00, burtsbees.com) –I have to say this hand cream is absolutely unbelievable. The smell of almond milk is so delicious, you might be tempted to eat it! MMM!!

Burt’s Bees Shea Butter Hand Repair Cream is the the ideal hand cream for on the go, enriched with Shea Butter and botanical oils and perfect for everyday use. ($13.00, burtsbees.com)

Burt’s Bees Res-q Ointment ($9.00, burtsbees.com) comforts any bumps and bruises with a blend of herbal ingredients. You’ll be thanking Burt, once that bruise disappears.

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*Disclosure: I was sent these products to review for the site, I was not paid to write this post, and I was not compensated for my opinions. The opinions you read here are mine alone.


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November 18th, 2013 at 5:16 pm

I really like the way the almond milk smells