Bee prepared for RES-Q – Burt’s Bees NEW RES-Q range

As we all know Burt’s Bees has been offering distinctive earth-friendly, natural health and beauty care products for over 35 years. From a beekeeper’s backyard in Maine, USA, to the leading edge of natural, Burt’s Bees knows natural body care solutions from head-to-toe. No phthalates, parabens, petrolatum or SLS and no animal testing.

The ever-changing weather, central heating, pollution and everyday life can all take its toll on your skin. When you need a helping hand, reach for the healing power of nature with Burt’s Bees NEW Res-Q range. An update on the classic Res-Q Ointment, the new formula contains responsibly sourced Cica extract. Also, known as ‘Tiger Grass’, this botanical saviour is packed with anti-oxidants to restore dry and rough skin whilst replenishing the skin’s moisture barrier. The new range also features a rich, replenishing cream to further soothe and protect hard working hands and extremely dry skin.

Cica is known to help calm and soothe irritated skin, it’s packed full of amino acids, beta-carotene, fatty acids, and phytochemicals, including vitamins C, A, B1, and B2. This wonder botanical is also referred to as Gotu Kola, Indian Pennywort, and more commonly tiger grass. This is because tigers in Asia are known to rub the plant it into their wounds.

The Cica that Burt’s Bees use in their products is responsibly sourced from Madagascar by women collector groups. Burt’s Bees help support these communities through investments, helping to expand schools and services for children and provide access to safe water and toilets.

Burt’s Bees NEW Res-Q Replenish cream is the ultimate skin saviour that intensely moisturises and helps soothe and restore dry skin. With antioxidant rich Cica and nutrient rich botanicals, this lotion protects skin from drying whilst helping to replenish skins protective moisture barrier. Use on dry patches on your body, feet, hands and face.


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