Updated: Jan 22, 2020
I was excited to find these at Target yesterday, I want to take full advantage of the Burt's Bees budget friendly line of skin care.
Burt's Bees Renewing Natural Hydrogel Eye Mask. $3.99 is decent price for 1 gel pair and the packaging is pretty.
-Wish they were bigger for more coverage.
-Didn't stay on well.
- Like they just printed the right side only
-Wish it had more moisture from their ingredients. Felt dry putting them on.
Not sure I would buy these again until improvements are made.
Burt's Bees Brightening Biocellulose Gel Mask (with Mandarin Extract). $3.99 per 1 mask. Packaging is pretty and directions are straightforward with 2 sheets protecting the gel mask inside, discard protective sheets and apply mask. Protective sheets made it Super EASY to open and apply mask with out it sticking together and and making we waste time pinching it to open.
Hallelujah: It actually fits my face!!!! Its like they tested this on
a 3D mannequin head (or even better a real head) and not just make a 2D rendering. Meaning no extra folds or loose ends and curves down over jawline perfectly. I will be buying these sheet masks more just because of this reason alone. The mask stayed hydrated while using and I used the excess liquid from protective sheet covers and rubbed on my neck down to collar bones. Smelled wonderful and I felt like I looked glowing afterwards.
Cons: I believe people will prefer to buy cheap sheet masks for everyday use as you can find some for a dollar I bet. $3.99 for one is still high.
But the better ingredients and results are worth the price. Hopefully they can repackage for multiples in one box.
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Burt's Bees is owned by Clorox. Which sells their products in China (they still animal test) though B's Bees doesn't animal test in USA it's sad that they would still sell to a country knowing that they still allow that practice. These products do have some dirty ingredients they are closer to green on the clean scale. (rated around 3/4 on the clean scale, 8< being down right dirty). Thinkdirty App