I bought it because of too many ads in all the magazines! However, it is not that great as I expected. It does not moisturize well and the smell is not that nice either. The good things about it: a) it doesnt taste sweet (I do not like chupsticks that are fruity), b) the packaging is comfortable (I do not like little jars were you have to stick in your finger), c) and it is not sticky on your lips. Will not buy it again. The best chupstick in my opinion is still Dzintars (Latvia).
I like honey, I don't like Burt's Bees lip balms.
Upon first application I had to really press it into my lips to get the product to start transferring onto my lips. The edges of the balm were hard and it took many, many more uses before they were worn down enough that I didn't feel them every time I put this lip balm on.
This is a very hard, waxy lip balm that smells very heavily of...something. Honey? I don't think so...maybe a very (VERY) floral honey? I don't know but I don't like it and it's too strong for my taste.
I would've rated this lower than a 3 had I stopped after the first couple times using it because really it was uncomfortable to apply due to how hard it was, I didn't find it super moisturizing at all, the lasting power was just average and the smell sucked.
I kept using it though and after I got the edges worn down, the lip balm definitely felt softer (still hard compared to lip balms I like...AND still waxy...which I don't like) and it did actually feel like it was moisturizing to my lips. Still hated the smell but it had improved enough that I felt I could give it a 3.
Would I buy again? No, not because it's really awful...just because there are much better lip balms out there.
It tugs when applied, didn't moisturize well and left my lips feeling waxy. Not a fan.
I would not purchase this again, i actually owned this from 1 year ago when i got into lipbalms. I ordered this instead of the classic minty one because i actually thought that Honey might smell better on my lips. Of course, it does not smell like honey, not even a hint of something sweet. It smells nasty, herbal and whenever I took this lipbalm out, my friends ALWAYS complained and groaned about the smell. It is that strong. The moisturizing effect is pretty alright, but sadly the smell sucks and not recommended for people who are looking for lipbalms that work yet smell sweet, nice or decent.
I've found that Burt's Bees chapsticks give me small pimples around my mouth from the highly comedogenic oils they use. I like a lot of Burt's Bees products but have decided not to use their chapsticks anymore. So if you have acne issues I recommend not putting anything with coconut oil on your face, it rates 4/5 on the comedogenic scale.
very mixed reviews for this product oh how complicated the beauty business is!!! I do not have very dry lips just dry enough though to always need a balm first thing in the morning after a wash and maybe once or twice in the day but no chapping or cracking or flaking. This balm works just fine for me it is the nicest natural/ non-chemical balm I have used, other natural organic stuff has been basically olive oil.
I like that the product is quite firm, I can massage it into my lips you can apply quite a bit and it wont feel heavy or waxy. Is has a love or loathe smell to it I find it comforting its a much milder olive oil scent than other natural products with a faint whiff of honey.
I find the balm does its job is soothing and pleasant to use. It is not greasey or shiny like vaseline and I find it actually sinks in and softens my lips whereas as other products slide around abit too much and make your lippie slide around with it.
Not for me. Did not moisturize as well as Kiehls or petroleum jelly. Just Okay.
First of all, whenever I can I try to use products that are environmentally responsible and it seems this lip balm is virtually chemical-free so top marks for that.
I've had this lip balm for a really long time, it lasts quite a while and the packaging is impeccable and super-easy to carry around.
This isn't a very creamy balm so sometimes I find it hard to get the product all over my lips but I dab on a bit more and it does the trick. I never have dry lips, possibly because I moisturize very often throughout the day. The only thing I'm not too keen on is the smell - I'm not the biggest fan of honey but I will try the other versions of Burt's Bees lip balm.
This is one of the pricier brands of drugstore lip balms, but on the cheaper end of natural products out there. This lip balm is only OK. I found the scent a little weird. The texture is much firmer than the plain and pomegranate that Burt's Bees sells, so I find I can't use it on my lips when chapped (it tugs). It doesn't moisturize as well as the other two, but stays on longer.
I wouldn't buy this again. The one I have sits in my collection mostly unused.
This works very well for me.
I love the smell, as I love everything honey smelling.
It moisturizes really well, especially when my lips are wound or chappy.
Over here it's relatively expensive, but since it works better for me than the drugstore chapsticks I gladly pay some extra money.
Will defenitely repurchase.