- Made of natural ingredients? Check. Most ingredients (shown above) are beeswax and plant oils. Moreover, Burt's Bees Honey Lip Balm received a "Certified Natural Products" stamp, as shown on the packaging.
- No noticeable fragrance? Check. Fragrances can irritate sensitive skin/noses and cause lip balm addiction. Burt's Bees Honey Lip Balm has a beeswax scent but it's not that pleasant a smell, so definitely non-addictive.
- Non-greasy? Check. Some lip balms/Vaseline tends to feel a little too sticky/greasy on the lips.
- Moisturising? Check. Great for getting rid of dry bits of skin on the lips in the morning.
- Colourless? Check. Not everyone likes colourless lip balms, but they're useful for when you don't want any colour on your lips until you put on make up. I do have a few tinted/coloured lip balms which I use on their own.
- Easy and hygienic application? Check. Some lip balms come in little tubs which I have to stick my finger in to apply. Much as I love that kind of packaging, Burt's Bees Honey Lip Balm's twist-up tube packaging is much more hygienic and easy to use, as it doesn't get anywhere else except your lips.
- Non-expensive? Check. I don't want to pay an arm and a leg for lip balm, and the price range of Burt's Bees' products is very reasonable.