Burt’s Bees Lip Colour Review

Today I have some goodies from Burt’s Bees to review. The Burt’s Bees lip shine, lip gloss and tinted lip balm are 100% natural and contains no bad stuff such as petroleum, parabens or sodium lauryl sulfate. Burt’s Bees also does not test on animals. According to Burt’s Bees, on average a woman can ingest up to 4kg of lip product in her lifetime. So we better start looking at the type of lippies we are buying, gobbling up 4kg of lip products which contains chemicals cannot be good for us!

Burt's Bees Lip Colour Review

Lip Shine RRP $14.95

The lip shines are packed with good stuff such as vitamin A & E and sunflower seed oil. They come in a convenient clear squeezy tube and you know exactly how much product you have left. The scent is kinda sweet and reminds me of strawberries. You know what the best thing about these lip shines are? They’re not sticky!!! This gives you the glassy wet look and is quite hydrating on the lips. The range comes in 6 colours – lush, whisper, b wink, flutter, pucker and smooch.

Lip Gloss RRP $16.95

The lip glosses are formulated with beeswax and moisturing oils. The clear tube gives a good indication of the colour and how much of the product is left inside. I was sent sunny day for review and it has a slight hint of shimmer. The scent reminds me of play-doh, doesn’t linger so I’m kinda neutral towards it. The range comes in 12 shades from nudes to dark purple.

Tinted Lip Balm RRP $14.95

The lip balms contains soft flower waxes, shea butter and vitamin E to help moisturise and protect lips. The lip balms glides onto lips quite easily and does not tug onto lips like some other lip balms do. The shea butter and botanical waxes leave my lips feeling very soft and hydrated throughout the wear. Even after when the balm wears off, my lips are still quite hydrated. The shade I received was caramel daisy and it is quite sheer. In the photo I took above, I didn’t show the lip balm inside the cardboard tube. The actual lip balm tube the usual standard size. The smallish tube is very convenient because I can put it in my bag or the back of my pockets. The range comes in 9 shades from nude to plum.

Burt's Bees Lip Colour Review

Products were provided for consideration. This has not influenced my opinion in anyway.


7 comments on Burt’s Bees Lip Colour Review

    • Kerri
      December 7, 2013 at 6:05 am (4 months ago)

      Sharlynn! Their products are pretty awesome. I love their lip balms so moisturizing. I’ve seen Burt’s Bees at a lot of places in the US, seems like quite a popular brand in the US.
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  1. Charlie
    December 5, 2013 at 12:21 am (4 months ago)

    Is the Lip Gloss sticky, does it come off when you eat or smudge much?
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    • ker ker
      December 7, 2013 at 6:34 am (4 months ago)

      Hi Chariie, as far as I remember I don’t believe it is sticky. I wrote this post up a while ago when I was trialling it.
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  2. Sarah
    December 5, 2013 at 4:48 pm (4 months ago)

    That Lip shine looks divine! Glad it’s not sticky too. The only think I haven’t liked about some Burts bees lip balms are the strong scent. Usually scents don’t worry me but some of these ones are overwhelming!
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    • ker ker
      December 7, 2013 at 6:33 am (4 months ago)

      Sarah! The lip shine is so pretty. Really? I love the over-powering scent of the lip balms. Right now I’m using the grapefruit (I think..it’s some fruit) and it smells soo good.
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  3. sarah
    December 7, 2013 at 7:18 am (4 months ago)

    i find that burts bees makes some of the best lip products! i find the prices to be a little bit on the higher end though. but the quality is definitely there.

    xoxo Sarah (xlicious girl)


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