Thursday, December 22, 2011

Product Review - Burt's Bees Facial Towelettes With White Tea Extract

    I have recently tried the Burt's Bees Facial Towelettes and I love them.  They have a wonderful, refreshing scent that isn't too strong and smells very clean.  They are also very good at removing your make up and other impurities.  These are ideal if you happen to be traveling, going camping, or even if you wanted to take them with you to freshen up your face after an intense workout.  Your skin will feel so clean and refreshed after using these towelettes.  I only need one to completely cleanse my face.  I also like that these packages have a snap top to cover the moist towelettes.  I've used others in the past that have only a small plastic flap to cover the product and if you don't use them right away, the towelettes will dry out.  This snap top allows you to get all the air out of the package so you can save the moisture in the towelettes and still have them moist when you need them at a later date.  Of course, I also love that this product is 99.1% natural.  These cleanser towelettes leave my skin feeling soft and dewy, not tight and dry because there are no harsh ingredients. They have also been dermatologist tested as well as ophthalmologist tested.  The towelettes are also FSC Certified natural fabric.  So you can feel good about using this product and in your own small way, know that you are contributing to a better world for the future.

                                                                         Picture courtesy of Burt's Bees.

    This would be another great last minute gift idea if you are looking for a stocking stuffer or even a little extra something to give someone.  Both men and women can use them and especially if someone has to travel frequently for work or if you know someone who has intense workouts and might want a quick way to wipe away some sweat from their face, these would be a great gift for them.  The cost is $6 for a package of 30 towelettes.  You can order them on the Burt's Bees website or you can buy them at your local grocery store in the natural products aisle, or at your local drug stores. I've also seen them at Ulta stores and Target stores. 

   Give them a try yourself, it's a nice product to have on hand.  You never know when you'll be packing for your next fun vacation and you'll want to have these to take along.

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