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Other amazing Burt’s Bees gift sets include the see url Embossed Tin Set – $14.99 which contains Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream to nourish nails, Milk & Honey Body Lotion to moisturize skin and Replenishing Lip Balm to hydrate lips with a touch of color.
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Burt’s Bees has been offering great earth-friendly products for 25 years. From a beekeeper’s backyard in Maine (hence the name), Burt’s Bees knows natural body care solutions from head to toe. The company creates products for total skin health that keep “The Greater Good” top of mind. The best part is that the company states that the products are NOT tested on animals. They also are stated to contain NO petrochemicals, phthalates, parabens or sodium lauryl sulfates. These products and others are available now at select natural, grocery, drug and mass retailers and via www.burtsbees.com. Don’t miss out. I have a feeling these gift sets will be gone fast!
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