Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Shampoo Review


Burt’s Bees began in 1984, when a beekeeper named Burt Shavitz offered a ride to an aritst named Roxanne Quimby. They hit it off and Roxanne began using Burt’s leftover beeswax to make candles. From craft fairs to a NYC boutique, the candles began a gradual hit. Then in 1991 Roxanne perfected a recipe for lip balm and it grew from there! Burt’s Bees is now a name known throughout the world for quality, natural personal care products. They are one of the most eco-friendly companies I have ever come across! Burt’s has received awards for sustainability due to the fact that they send ZERO waste into our landfills! Every bit of waste is turned into biomass based fuels, electricity and even cement! I am fully impressed!

What drew me to Burt’s was their line of Baby Bee products geared towards babies and the fact that they’re all over 98% natural! Love, love, love! I purchased a bottle of the Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Shampoo and Wash.The Fragrance Free
version is 99.9% natural. I have used this shampoo on myself as well as my kids and really love it! I love the scent, the feel of our hair after it’s cleaned and that it’s sulfate, phthalate, petrochemical and paraben-free!

8119JleNBvL._SL1500_If you’re looking for a safer, more natural shampoo/wash for your baby I would highly recommend ditching the market standard and checking out Burt’s Bees! I truly hope we can work towards making these safer, natural products the top selling brands on the baby product market and get rid of all of these unhealthy chemicals! Our children will be better for it!


One thought on “Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Shampoo Review

  1. We love Burt’s Bees and it leaves my son’s hair and body smelling great! It also isn’t harsh on his eczema like Johnson&Johnson was.

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