Burt’s Bees recently launched their new line of Fall 2012 products and your skin is in for a treat. Known best for their Shea Butter lotion that sells 1 every 3 seconds around the world, Burt’s Bees focuses on hydrating your skin with natural, earth-friendly products with as little preservatives as possible.
Burt’s Bees Ultimate Care Hand Cream
This hand cream is going to be your handbag lotion. It’s small enough to carry around with you but full of good stuff. The highly moisturizing Baobab Oil is a key ingredient. You can also benefit from the nourishing benefits of Watermelon Seed Oil. This lotion is meant to last all day long, which means you get to use less of it. There’s no added fragrance and it’s non-greasy.
Burt’s Bees Ultimate Care Body Lotion
Pumpkin Seed Oil and Green Tea Extract are two of the key ingredients in this product. Made to soothe extremely dry skin and provide all day moisture with a non-greasy feel, this also has no added fragrance.
Burt’s Bees Intense Hydration Eye Cream with Clary Sage
I was so excited to see that Burt’s Bees does eye cream. The area under the eye is super sensitive and isn’t porous so it’s especially important to use clean, natural ingredients there. Clary Sage is known for thriving in harsh environments because of it’s exceptional ability to trap and retain moisture. This eye cream also absorbs quickly so it doesn’t rub into your pillow during the night.
Burt’s Bees Intense Hydration Day Lotion with Clary Sage
Burt’s Bees is taking Clary Sage’s insane abilities all over your body. This lotion also reduces lines and wrinkles for a more youthful, all-over glow.
Burt’s Bees Intense Hydration Treatment Mask, Facial Cleanser and Night Cream with Clary Sage
Taking the theme of beauty to your face, this line expounds the use of Clary Sage, that magic ingredient. Made with Probiotic Technology to nourish skin, these products focus on helping you get the healthiest skin possible.
Burt’s Bees Fall line-up is sure to get you excited about all things natural and earth friendly. These are in stores, now.
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Written by Tabitha St. Bernard