Saturday, 21 September 2013

Some Goodies From Burt's Bees

So as I have mentioned a fair few times, I've got very temperamental skin and when it comes to Winter everything just gets a million times worse. So, I thought I'd seize the opportunity to test out some Burt's Bees stuff (c/o) that I've heard a lot about. 

First up was the Honey and Shea Sugar Scrub (£12.99) and, well let's just say, I am not at all surprised that it's one awards!  Being a sugar based scrub, as opposed to a salt based one, I didn't feel dry and my skin wasn't irritated (bonus points!) plus it smells so good, I could eat it! (Probably wouldn't taste as nice). For a scrub to be so effective so quickly for me, is such a strange occurrence, but it was, and I loved it and recommend it to you all!

Secondly was the Hand Salve (£9.99), which I was told was great for any dry skin patches you might have elsewhere than your hands. It's a bit difficult to apply at first, as it doesn't have a cream texture and more of a balm but once you get into it, it lies on your skin and sinks in beautiful. I genuinely feel smoother after one night of application! Especially in combination with the Sugar Scrub I feel like myself and Burt's Bees can conquer Winter together. 

Finally, the Foot Cream (£12.99), well it's not really a cream and more of a gel, which is why I way prefer it to any others I've had so far! It's quite thick, but I put it on overnight and my feet still feel silky smooth. I've not really had a chance to determine it's long term effects, but I have high hopes and will keep you updated.

I love the Burt's Bees stuff, and am ashamed to say I didn't know how big the range was, everyone loves the lip balm, but I didn't quite know what to expect from some of their other stuff and I am happy to say that so far so great! Plus, it's Christmas time soon (thinking of Christmas in September, I should be jailed) and they would make wonderful gifts for others...or for yourself! 

Amy x

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