We love Burt's Bees for their wholesome goodness and hope they don't change any ingredients - but just in case they do, we thought we'd review some of the Burt's Bees products currently in our medicine cabinet...
 Almond Milk Beeswax Hand Creme - Insanely moisturizing. The tiniest dab goes a looong way. So rich, we typically only use this during the winter months and to massage onto cuticles. Great for toes, too. Smells tasty. $7.99 at Drugstore.com
 Rosemary Mint Shampoo Bar - Boyfriend just started using these, and loves them - use it as shampoo and body wash! What man wouldn't love that? Smells divine, but then again, we're partial to mint (and our boyfriend's scent...mmm) $5.99 at Drugstore.com
 Hair Repair Shea & Grapefruit Deep Conditioner - This was a let down. Our hair can get rather dry and brittle between trims and this conditioner just didn't give it the thirst-quenching moisture it needed. Didn't last very long either as we'd need to use huge dollops of the stuff just to achieve mild conditioning. Smells good though. $7.99 at Drugstore.com
 Burt's Bees Coconut Foot Creme - Another uber moisturizing and nourishing creme - but apply sparingly because boy, does this stuff last! Perfect for dry heels and cuticles. We used this throughout the summer to help extend the length of our at-home pedis. $8.99 at Drugstore.com
 Burt's Bees Citrus & Ginger Root Body Wash - This body wash is peculiar in that it doesn't get a great lather, but we don't think tons of bubbles are necessary for a good clean, anyways. Smells different in a good way. Love the colors and packaging, which serves as an important pick-me-up during our morning shower. $7.99 at Drugstore.com
Do you have a sweet spot for Burt's Bees? Talk about it in the comments!