While scouting around for a good (Almost) Daily Deal, I started noticing a trickle, then a stream, then a gushing waterfall of Burt’s Bees products – one of my longtime favorite brands – on sale at Macy’s.
Men’s products, women’s products, everyone’s products – on sale. Burt’s Bees is already pretty affordable, so when it hits the sale shelf, you know it’s going to be good. And it is.
Here are some of my favorite Burt’s Bees products that are currently on sale at Macy’s:
Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream, was $6 now $4.80
Not only is the smell of this salve-like cuticle cream completely intoxicating, but the stuff actually works, too! Smear some on your cuticles and rub it in, and over a few days you’ll see the health of your abused cuticles increase.
Burt’s Bees Radiance Night Cream, was $18 now $14.40
As I get older, I am getting more intense about my skincare routine. My skin is definitely changing as I hit 30, and night cream is starting to sound like a better idea! I hate the feeling of dry skin, especially on my face. This stuff is full of vitamins and antioxidants to help replenish your skin.
Burt’s Bees Honey & Grapeseed Oil Hand Creme, was $10 now $8
This little 2.6oz tube is the perfect purse-companion if you have dry skin, or an addiction to hand cream. Honey and grapeseed oil are both super nourishing and hydrating, and this stuff is like and thick, which leaves your skin feeling like velvet!
Burt’s Bees Sensitive Skin Eye Cream, was $15 now $12
Admittedly, I haven’t tried this yet, but it’s been on my list forever because I’m interested in seeing how it works on my saggy bags! The skin around your eyes is so delicate, and I have really (really) sensitive skin (Really. It’s dumb.) so this eye cream with cotton extract seems like it might be perfect for a first try!
Burt’s Bees Vitamin E & Lemon Oil, was $8 now $6.40
Another wishlist item – the reviews of this body oil are amazing! Stories of women who have cleared up skin issues from pimples to allergic reactions… Pretty freakin’ awesome. The only complaint was that it didn’t come in a larger bottle. Oh, the agony!
If you haven’t tried Burt’s Bees before, I highly recommend many of their products. I have used everything from their skincare lines to their cosmetics, and I’m totally in love with this brand. They’re not the most independent of natural beauty brands, but their ingredients are great and their products do a great job.
There are many more things on sale, but the Burt’s Bees line starts at $3 for a solid, natural lip balm (which is also, surprise, excellent). If you pick up some Burt’s Bees, let me know what you got in the comments or on Facebook!