Burt's Bees Lip Balm Review

If you want a plain and simple lip balm that moisturises your lips then the Honey Lip Balm would be best for you. This balm isn't strongly scented like other lip balms and it actually feels like it's doing good rather than just sitting on top like Vaseline does. This is the lip balm that lives on my windowsill next to my bed to apply before I go to sleep every night. When I wake up I can still feel it on my lips, in a good way.

The Replenishing Lip Balm with Pomegranate Oil is my favourite Burt's Bees lip balm I have tried by far. It is so moisturising and gives your lips just enough of a wash of colour, yet remains looking so natural. I use this lip balm throughout the day to keep my lips looking healthy and moisturised and as you can see it has been well used to say the least. I am currently debating whether to repurchase or to try the purple one although I'm not sure whether it gives any colour to your lips, further research is needed.

My latest lip balm purchase was the Pink Grapefruit Lip Balm which I came across in Boots having not seen it before. I just assumed it would be similar to the Pomegranate one and give a wash of colour but this time pink but I was a little disappointed to find that it was the same colour as my honey one. I think I must have gotten too overwhelmed having not seen it before and mistakenly thought I liked the scent of pink grapefruit... I soon found out that it is not my cup of tea at all. It's citrusy but not in a good way as it is so strong and while it is on the lips that's all you can taste and smell. This is becoming my lazy day lip balm that lives in my comfy hoody for days where the sofa is the place to be and University work is taking over. Don't get me wrong, the balm is moisturising and has such a creamy texture on the lips, it's just the scent that puts me off.

All the lip balms are available to purchase at £3.69

Have you tried any of the Burt's Bees lip balms? Which would you recommend?

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