I generally like this lipbalm if my lips are already in pretty good shape. It coats nicely, adds a touch of moisture and is a good base for lipstick or stains. The smell is pretty good too. If my lips are in bad shape there is nothing like Aquaphor to heal them. This balm sits at my desk and I do use it everyday.
I seem to be one of the few that actually really enjoys this product. Its probably the most moisturizing out of all burts bees lip balms. I loooove that theres no tingle or menthol. It feels good on irritated lips. The smell is weird but I got over it. It doesn't bother me at all I can't smell it after its on & I have really sensitive sense of scent. Its not greasy and theres no funky taste.
It is easy to apply and can be used as a sealer of other creamy lip treatment. Usually my lips feel dry within half an hour after lip balm. The way I am using this wax is to apply it after Carmex lip balm. This can seal the balm and I don't have to apply it for hours.
It works well by itself as well. I will probably try another flavor next time but I am happy with it overall.
I don't love this or hate it. Nothing about it makes it stand out, but at the same time I can't come up with a reason to stop using it so I keep it in the car in case I need something last minute. I don't find the smell to be all too bad (can't quite put my finger on what it smells like though), the tube is useful, it isn't expensive, and it goes on pretty thick so if your lips are kind of chapped this will help.
OH MY GOSH this chapstick STINKS. I remember putting it on for the first time, thinking that since it was a Burt's Bees product, I would automatically love it, but my gosh, I tried tolerating it for about 10 minutes, then ended up wiping it off my lips. Regardless of that, it still managed to leave a lasting odor. I don't even think this scent is like flowers as some have mentioned. It resembles something like pungent, moldy wax. Will never purchase this again. Whether or not it actually moisturizes the lips, I'll never know, since I will always want it off my lips as soon as possible.
I usually love Burt's Bees products, but I really really hate this chappie. Mainly because of the smell! It's just terrible :p In a way it smells a bit like some kind of flower, but I don't think it smells like honey at all. and the taste is gross also. I didn't really like it soley because of that. It's just not as good as the pomegranate version. I feel as if it has a different texture also.... I threw it away :/
I bought this because my lips turned unexpectedly chapped recently and I could not find relief with anything. I thought this would be the answer to my prayers as I have been hearing for years about Burt's Bees products being so good for lips, being so gentle, being so blah-blah-blah. Well, I thought this lip balm terrible. The balm was so hard that I could barely run it across my lips the first few passes. Once I got it going it was a little bit better, but it still pulled on my sore, raw lips which only compounded my problem. And after I had applied a sufficient amount of the balm, it didn't even feel good. It felt too stiff and waxy. I left the balm on for some time but never noticed any difference in my lips. So, I went back to the old home remedy of petroleum jelly and, while it has taken a few days, my lips are starting to shape up. The only good thing I can say about this product is that I could taste the honey which, to me, tasted authentic.
This product smells terrible. It's absolutely overwhelming and has a sticky texture to it.
I hate this lipbalm its smell is so strong, I like the Bee's wax way more than this one.
I love Burt's Bees products. I loved the original lip balm, and my friend gave me the honey lip balm. I've never been too fond of the taste of honey, and the smell of this isn't the best smelling. But, I love what this does for my lips. It's very smooth and creamy and it just feels really good for my lips. It's ultra moistrizing and works well!