Tuesday, December 04, 2012

Badger Balm/ Burt's Bee's Review + Updates

It's been a while...again.
I'm terribly sorry guys and I'm going to stop making promises to stuff that I might not be able to complete. I do have some lame excuse though as to why I have not been posting for the last week. My wifi/internet/whatever it's called has not been working so I haven't been able to post or check my emails/ Facebook. 

I know that was a terrible excuse but I'm back, I'm ready and I will be posting at least once a week from now on. I'll be trying my hardest to post 3 times a week but that might just not be possible so we'll see!

Moving onto the post..

In the winter/ fall, hands get dry and they begin to look wrinkly and gross but nails also do too. They don't get wrinkly and gross but cuticles do begin to peel and that hurts. These are 2 of my favorite nail moisturizers.

Badger Balm ( For Sensitive Dry Skin)

Badger Balm is unscented and it is so organic, the ingredients are very natural. Basically, there's Extra Virgin Olive Oil, some beeswax and nothing else. I love that fact that they put " and nothing else" on there! 

You can use Badger Balm pretty much anywhere on your body but I found that this really helps the nails and the lips the most.

I bought this a month ago and so far I have only dug a little hole in it. It cost only about $8 and you can pretty much use this for about 2 years.

Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream

I think I have raved about this product a couple of times already.

This Lemon Cuticle Cream is designed especially for the nails/ cuticles but you can use this on other parts of the body. The ingredients are fairly simple and pretty organic as the rest of teh Burt's Bee's brand is. It comes in a little tin pot like how lip balm comes in and I love the packaging, I find it so cute for some reason!

I bought this about half a year ago and this is the condition it's in right now, I've almost used up about half of it but once December really hits me, I'll probably use it alot more often.

One of the things I love about this cream is the scent. It has a really light lemony scent that smells absolutely delicious. The smell is sweet but not overpowering like some body mists are.

Leave a comment below and tell me how you think these two products are!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Rachel! Thanks for including us :) We have an organic Cuticle Care balm, too - if you run out of Burt's and are looking for something new to try, you should check it out! Have a great day! Love, Badger