Burts Bee Getting started kit (Part 2)

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Today we are looking at the Burts Bees cream-to-powder nappy care cream and the nourishing lotion from the Burts Bees getting started kit. You can read my review of the other products in the set here.



Burts Bees cream-to-powder
The cream-to-powder is applied as a lotion and dries to a powdered, soft finish. It has the
benefits of a cream and a powder, as one. A huge selling point, as with the other products in the kit, it is made from 99% natural ingredients. I am always on the lookout for natural products for baby’s delicate skin.

The first thing I noticed was The beautiful smell, it has a clean, soft aroma, without being overpowering. It applies quite thick, but within seconds it dries to a powder consistency and leaves skin soft and dry. I absolutely love this product. It is comforting, and the powder finish left my daughters skin in excellent condition. Having used this for a number of weeks now, I am delighted to say it has protected against rashes, and
irritation or discomfort from the nappy. It is an excellent barrier cream. I will be repurchasing this product for sure.



Burts Bees nourishing lotion
The Burts Bees nourishing lotion is a great product to moisturise and soften baby’s skin. Again, it is made wholly with natural ingredients, which work well together to lock in moisture, and soothe babies skin.

I used this on my toddler after each evening after her bath, and I found the consistency light and easy to apply. It moisturises well, however I would recommend the Burts bees baby oil for very dry patches. As with all Burts bees products it has a light and pleasant fragrance. I was impressed with this product. It is moist without being greasy so I could dress my daughter quickly after application. Overall, this receives a big thumbs up from me!

The Burts Bees getting started kit is available from Boots and leading pharmacies. At the time of this review it retailed at €11.99 this was a promotional price with a RRP of €17.99.

Have you tried the Burts Bees range? Let me know what you think.

Much love!
BabyBloggers x

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