What, an NBA super stud isn’t part of your beauty routine?
There’s nothing like being one with nature. I’ve recently enjoyed going on urban hikes that have me at San Francisco’s most gorgeous vantage points, soaking up the sun, skies and sparkling ocean.
This oneness with nature has also trickled into my beauty routine. I’ve tried to swap out chemical-laden products with those with more natural ingredients, especially when it comes to skin care. Having been thoroughly impressed with their acne spot treatment, I was happy to sample their Brightening Dark Spot Corrector with Daisy Extract. The daisy extract infusion helps to even skin tone and diminish the appearance of dark spots. Plus, they say that 80% of women noticed its effectiveness after eight weeks of use.
Now, I’ve been using it most nights and mornings for nearly two weeks. The only roadblock to use is that it should go on after cleansing, but before moisturizer, which is just second nature to me. Besides needing to break my habit, it smells great (almost citrusy sweet, not floral as you might expect), isn’t overly drying, and has a nice, non-tacky serum consistency. Having used another natural brightener, I can say the overall experience is much improved with Burt’s Bees and I would prefer to use this than the one that cost two times as much.
Now I can’t say that I have noticed a huge difference, but I’m only two weeks in and I’m not the most observant in this area. But I am hopeful and I feel it fits within my routine easy enough to keep using. And, in case you were wondering, the line also includes a moisturizing cream, eye treatment, facial cleanser and refining tonic.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Burt’s Bees via Burst Media. The opinions and text are all mine.