Can you read? I’m not sure you can, being bees and all, but I’m going to write this anyway. Perhaps Burt can read it out to you. When you are all on your coffee/fag/lunch break, sat there on the ledge of the hive, wings folded, legs akimbo, complaining about your long hours and harsh working conditions. Bzzzzz.
I’m writing to apologise because I have been using your delectable Nourishing Lip Balm with Mango Butter for a good few months now, yet I have failed to write about it. Though it has been one of my most-used products, I have neglected to mention it in a video or a post! The thing is, little bees, I often do this when I use a product so often – I take it for granted, I don’t pay it any respect, I treat it like a work-horse. It’s not just your Lip Balm with Mango Butter, either; I did the same with Bioderma, I did the same with Liz Earle’s Cleanse and Polish – and I haven’t even mentioned Biotherm Body Milk yet, or Clinique’s Take the Day Off!
One of these days, I will do a post on all of my absolute favourites, and Burt’s Bees Balm will be in it. You really have hit the nail on the head with this formula, if you don’t mind me saying so – for bees, you’re all rather clever! It’s a longlasting, super-moisturising treatment that smells amazing, gives a hint of sheen and is completely natural. How you produce this balm for just £3.50 is beeeeeyond me, (sorry!) – it performs as well as balms three or four times the price!
So there, I’ve said it – please accept my apology and my compliments, and…er…keep up the good work.
A Model Recommends.
(Burt’s Bees Nourishing Lip Balm is £3.50 from Boots, or £2.99 from feelunique)