Baby Bee Buttermilk Soap - Burt's Bees
My little boy's skin is sensitive enough that we have to really monitor his application of soaps and lotions to prevent rashes. Burt's Bees soap has been a mainstay in our bathroom since he was wee. It's fragrant, but mildly so, which means it never grows tiresome or cloying. (I've been known to sneak a little when I'm low on my own bland sensitive-skin glycerine bar, in fact. With no repercussions, other than soft, lightly-scented skin. Sweet.)
So if you're allergic to bees, honey or beeswax -- this product is not for you. But for the rest, these are definitely a must-try products and great for gifts. The home grown honey and beeswax is the basis for all their products. ... So if you're allergic to bees, honey or beeswax -- this product is not for you. But for the rest, these are definitely a must-try products and great for gifts. The home grown honey and beeswax is the basis for all their products. Their collections include bath and body products, baby skin care, gardener's skin care, honey as well as health supplements. I only tried their skin care range and I did try and eat it but common sense prevailed and I didn't. The price range is in the lower-medium band, with a few products a little on the expensive side but that's to be expected. I used the Honey & Brown Sugar Scrub and Goat Milk & Honey Hand & Body Lotion in Orange Ginger and they were just fabulous for the skin -- no stickiness or greasiness. Just very comfortable and smells so good. You can also adopt a hive, which I think is a pretty good thing since I'd like this company to stick around and it can be our contribution to society since bees are disappearing. There we go -- good skin care and you get to help the environment!