I think I was first introduced to Burt’s Bees when I received a gift kit of Burt’s Bees products – that’s really the best way to try out a product you’re not familiar with because you get a little bit of each item to try.
Burt’s Bees has gift packs available for year-round gift giving which makes them a perfect go-to product for gift giving during the holidays.
Of course, if you already have a favorite product you could purchase that and give a full sized one to a friend to share your recommendation.
This season I’m trying something I’ve never tried before from Burt’s Bees – Sensitive Facial Cleanser ($12.99) and I’m loving it.
I’m also thrilled to see the low price point, since I can still purchase it once I run out of my review item! With ingredients like Cotton Extract and Rice Extract you know it’s going to be super-gentle on your skin too (and it is.)
The great thing about Burt’s Bees products is that you can find them across Canada in several stores – it’s not exclusive to big box stores. Customers can use the Store Locator on the Burt’s Bees website to find a location near them!
Burts Bees is generously giving my Canadian readers the opportunity to win a Burts Beez prize pack worth $150! To enter to win a huge selection of Burt’s Bees products, just take a look at the website and leave me a comment here telling me where you can find Burt’s Bees products near you here in Canada!
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This giveaway will end on December 2nd at 9PM CT . Giveaway is open to Canadian addresses near you.