Editor's Rating & Review
As a "kissable," shiny lip balm, I love it. But as a gloss? I expect a lot more shine. Because it's in a tiny, screw-top jar, the colorless (bees)wax must be applied by finger, but ingredients like cocoa butter make leftovers a great cuticle conditioner. The company's claim that the product is 96.64 percent natural are justified by a short list of almost all-natural ingredients. "Natural" flavors like lemon-lime taste yummy, but bear a slight resemblance to Gatorade.
Burt's Bees Lip Gloss Reviews
Not my favorite 'gloss'Nor is it my favorite Burt's Bee's product. It's not terribly glossy, the smell is a little strong, and it's hard to get your finger in the pot. I prefer the minty scented balm in the tin by Burt's Bees, or the lip balm stick. Would not buy again. — 4 years, 3 months agoLipglossandSpandex | 520 reviews
goodnot a gloss though, more like a balm that's awesome they should change the name. This stuff is great for your lips. — 3 years, 7 months agoBon_Bon | 511 reviews
Not impressedIts not gloss at all just a drying lip balm. It also dries out in the jar really fast. I feel like I have to keep applying over and over. — 2 years, 6 months agoladyboarder9669 | 205 reviews
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