December 28, 2018

Burt’s Bees Spring 2019 Includes a Hydrating Stick, Exfoliating Mask, and Hydrating Facial Mist

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The latest Burt’s Bees Skincare for Spring 2019 is now available with exciting new launches like a Hydrating Facial Mist, an Exfoliating Clay Mask, a Hydrating Stick with Aloe Water. Seems like drugstores are still trying to cash in on Milk Makeup’s fondness for making skincare simple by popping it into a chunky little stick. Burt’s Bees Hydrating Stick ($12.99) is one of the first things that caught my eye as it’ll be a rather nice travel companion. This balm stick is water based and swivels up for quick application and spot treatment on drier areas. Just smooth it on anywhere you need a bit of moisture! Pretty cool right? But not terribly innovative since Yes to Coconut Ultra Hydrating Moisturizing Coconut Oil Stick released last year so, Burt’s Bees is a little late to the party. None the less, I’m always drawn in by these little stick skincare products….!

Here’s the other new skincare launches from Burt’s Bees for Spring 2019!

Burt’s Bees Exfoliating Clay Mask $14.99
An exfoliating mask created with Kakadu Plum that’s rick in Vitamin C which acts to gently exfoliate skin while removing excess oil and extracting dirt and toxins from oily, acne-prone skin giving you a clearer, smoother complexion!

Burt’s Bees Hydrating Facial Mist $12.99
A super fine hydrating mist created with soothing aloe water to refresh skin after cleansing or to spritz on post-makeup to hydrate and revitalize your complexion!

Burt’s Bees newest Spring 2019 Skincare Collection is available now!

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  • Carol G

    Hey Muse, change your year in the heading of the post.

    I’d be interested in trying that stick.
    At least it’s nice and portable.

  • Lauren

    I’m conflicted about these skin care sticks, lol. On one hand they, seem super convenient. On the other, they skeeve me out, since I just picture all of these little skin cells and bacteria just glooping up on the surface.

    • Isabella Muse

      I feel you! I’m the same about bacteria! totally squeaks me out!