Burt’s Bees Squeezy Tinted Balm- Swatches and Information

We know and love Burt’s Bees lip balms (I especially love the Pomegranate Lip Balm and go through a dozen tubes each year, no joke), but now the brand has expanded its lip care offerings with the Burt’s Bees Squeezy Tinted Balms.

burts bees squeezy balm swatches

Available in 4 shades, the Squeezy Tinted Balms are a nice way to spruce up your lip look.

Each Burt’s Bees Squeezy Tinted Balm comes in a squeezable tube that contains 12.1g of product. You can squeeze out the product and apply it with your finger or you can apply it with a lip brush for a more precise application. Depending on how much product you apply, it can give a sheer tint and subtle shine or a nice wash of colour with some sun-catching shimmer.

Consciously crafted with ingredients from nature, the tinted balms are made with responsibly sourced, conditioning beeswax and hydrating cocoa butter, and has no parabens, phthalates, SLS or petrolatum. Burt’s Bees products are Leaping Bunny Certified which means its products are not tested on animals, and its packaging is recyclable curbside or through TerraCycle.

From a light beige to a rusty red, the four shades not only look nice but smell delicious.

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The Burt’s Bees Squeezy Tinted Balm is available now!

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