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Brief Published: 7 Sep 2011

Burt’s Bees Spa Range


US natural skincare brand Burt’s Bees has launched a spa range consisting of three aromatic collections – Relaxing (honey and shea butter), Revitalising (mango and orange) and Replenishing (pomegranate and raspberry).

The heavily fragranced lines include a body soap bar, a body scrub and a body butter, and adhere to the same naturally sourced ethos the brand is committed to. Burt’s Bees strives for 100% natural products, with its current average being 99%. It also uses recyclable packaging.

The spa range is designed to be more pampering and indulgent than Burt’s Bees’ mainline products, which include their popular lip balms and rich hand cream which use beeswax to seal in moisture, an ingredient which led to the brand being so-named.

The brand is aiming to make inroads into luxury beauty while maintaining its reputation for using natural ingredients. The exfoliating body scrubs include ingredients such as ground almonds and coconut, while natural sourced oils, cocoa seed butter and orange oil give the products moisturising properties. Prices start at £4.99 ($8) for the body bars (140g), and go up to £12.99 ($21) for both the body butter (185g) and scrub (225g).

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