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Burt’s Bees products are almost 100 natural has anyone tried any of their stuff and the results?

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      Tuliplady wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Burt’s bees products is no longer owned by Burt but by the mega huge Clorox conglomerate.

      There are lots of tiny little local companies making wonderful all natural products.  I’m always in favor of supporting someone local rather than a national chemical company.




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      Suzann wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Hi flower -

      Yes, I’m with Tulip.  

      The other thing is, yes I’ve tried their products, and some of them are very nice. Some of them are a little heavy. The best idea is to buy them from some place that has “testers” out so you can put a little on the back of your hand before spending so much money.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • I used to like some of them but not now that they belong to a conglomerate




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      Camille Vendryes wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • who is clorox conglomerate?, they make the burt’s bees less natural/




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      Kyah wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • I use the lip balm which works pretty well.

      I don’t care if Clorox owns it, I use Clorox when I need to. As long as they don’t mess with the ingredients, I’ll buy them.




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Dec 12, 2010
    • I like the foot and heel scrub. Liked the lip balm. But thats all I use.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Dec 12, 2010
    • I considered trying the lip balm stick but it costs more than the organic one that I use. One big sign of my body reacting to chemical toxins is chapped lips.  

      Cathie




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      Angelcart wrote Dec 13, 2010
    • I use their lip balms too.  I’ve used their hand lotion before which I liked alot.

      @ Kyah, I’m like you.  I don’t care that Clorox own’s it now.  If I like a product then I’ll buy it.




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      Kandykahne 5 wrote Dec 13, 2010
    • I tried the foot creme. Didn’t care for it. I’ve used better products.




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      Mztracy wrote Dec 13, 2010
    • like carmex, burt’s bees can be addictive...




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      Anonymous wrote Oct 23, 2011
    • Hi , if you like organic natural products and bees you must try bee venom cream by Deborah Mitchell. It contains 1% bee venom, Shea butter , manuka honey, lavender and rose. It is extremely hydrating and has healing properties . The best thing about it is the fact that the bee venom makes the skin think it has been stung and therefore increases the blood flow to the are increasing elastin and collagen so it naturally plumps out the skin and tightens it all day. The effect stays and is accumulative. Many celebs are using it instead of being frozen from Botox. Also no bees are harmed in the process! Starts at £23.30 and you can get it from www.skincareorganics.co.uk
      Ask for other samples too!




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      Trudeeblue wrote Sep 2, 2012
    • Developed a lip balm habit with Burt’s Bees products, and I currently have a tube of their hand lotion, which is good, but not great.

      And while I am also discouraged by the fact that they are now owned by Clorox, their products are still made in NC where the company started.




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