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Burt’s Bees 2015 Holiday Review
Buzz-worthy Gifts from Nature, for Everyone On Your List
About Burt’s Bees
When you see the Burt’s Bee’s logo you probably notice 2 things: a man with a beard and bee’s. These are the 2 founding concepts behind the company Burt’s Bees. Founded by Burt and his friend Roxanne their huge journey began with humble roots. Roxanne bought some of Burt’s honey off him for her candle business. The business quickly became and hit and they teamed up to make more and more products. They eventually launched into beauty products and then worldwide success shortly followed. Burt’s Bees lost their founder, Burt this year (2015), but his legacy will live on.
Good for you, Good for me, Good for all = The Greater Good.
They have a triple bottom line. They have a triple bottom line: people, profit, planet. They practice this right down to their packaging. They keep it simple, natural, and responsible.
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This year for 2015 Burt’s Bees has created a ton of fun and easy to find Holiday Gift Sets! The gift sets can be found in mass retails starting in November of 2015.
These kits all come packaged ready to gift! No extra gift wrapping needed, which helps keep down on waste (and your precious time). The cartons are made out of 70% postconsumer-recycled paperboard. The film window is made without the use of petroleum-based plastics. Each kit is priced under $20 each, so they are easily affordable for every budget. They make the perfect stocking stuffer and teacher gift. With cold weather approaching their lip balm will be a must need on everyone’s list.