Burt’s Bees Sensitive Skin Hand & Body Lotions


[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] Sensitive skin formulations are a rising trend – I’m seeing a lot of new products that are being made without fragrance and to a more gentle formula. The irony of this is that they come straight after the big push on retinols and very active skin care. These are for hands and body so anyone who has dry skin and can’t use fragranced lotions and creams might find these a good option.

Burt’s Bees Sensitive Skin Hand & Body Lotions

It’s indicated for very dry skin but to be honest, I didn’t find it too much or too heavy – it’s just a very pleasant to use body lotion that combines jojoba oil and shea butter with aloe and rice milk. This is also a great option if you don’t like multiple scents competing on your body – the other day I noticed I could smell my skin care, my hair care and my fragrance all at one and it was, well, too much. I think it’s very reasonable for £10.99 HERE.

Burt’s Bees Sensitive

I should say that a little goes a long way so don’t over-squeeze the tube. It’s a similar story with the Hand Cream, £9.99 HERE. An easy win for sore hands that can’t usually tolerate fragrances. I am using a lot of hand cream at the moment because I’m back out in the garden and while I seem to be destroying each and every nail on my fingers with it, I do at least have comfortable hands that don’t look like they spent the weekend moving bricks!

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