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|Price:||£8.50 (£9.37 / 100 g)|
As with all Burt’s Bees products, this is made from natural ingredients, using proven, time-tested recipes. We never use synthetic chemical preservatives, surfactants, or colourings. Our naturally nourishing products are kind to your skin and hair, and the way we make and package them is kind to the environment. None of our products or ingredients is ever tested on animals, and we operate a Fixed Cut-Off Date (FCOD) of 2004, which sends a clear message that we are not prepared to profit from animal tested ingredients. The FCOD is widely accepted by animal welfare organisations as the Gold standard of cruelty-free commitment.
Burt’s Bees is all about natural beauty and total skin health, using natural ingredients that work in harmony with your skin, as well as being kind to the environment. Since 1984, Burt’s Bees has been expertly harnessing the unique power of bees and nature to create authentic natural beauty and total skin wellbeing. From humble origins in rural Maine, USA, Burt’s Bees has come a long way since the days when Burt & Roxanne made beeswax candles and lip balm on the kitchen stove, selling them at local craft fairs.
Today, Burt’s Bees produces a complete range of natural skin care products that utilise the best nature has to offer, from body lotions to baby shampoo, intensive facial serums to foot creams.
Our founders’ core values were all about the greater good, which means making choices that have a positive affect on our health and wellbeing and also on the environment. This philosophy is at our very core, so that’s why all products are sustainably made and packaged in recycled and environmentally-sensitive materials, and why we are committed to Corporate Social Responsibility, and being transparent in everything we do. It’s also the reason why we donate our time and money to humanitarian and environmental projects that we feel strongly about, such as The University of Sussex’s honey bee health research, which we are currently supporting.
Gave my baby a rash so I ended up using it myself. Smells lovely, absorbs well into the skin but cannot recommend for babies.Published 18 days ago by CatM
Excellent product. Smells lovely and works very well on my sons dry sensitive skin.Published 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
Bought this to use for baby massage of my newborn, lovely product. No rash or reaction, leaves him lovely and soft and a gentle, natural fragrance. Would recommend.Published 22 days ago by Kmg
It's bit costly but the smell is very good. The oil is not sticky.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer