Product Review + Giveaway: Burt’s Bees Herbal Blemish Stick

Let me introduce you to miracle worker. No word of a lie, this is probably the best anti-blemish skin treatment that I’ve ever used. But, as they say ‘promise small, deliver large‘ I’ll try not to gush too much. The first thing I noticed about this product was the smell, which I happen to hate with the fire of a thousand suns. It has a very strong herbal scent that to me smells distinctly like licorice. The smell does linger after you’ve applied the product, so I tend to only use this at night. The Burt’s Bees Herbal Blemish stick is 100% natural, vegan friendly and is free from parabens and animal testing. To use the product you basically dab it on to any spots that you might have on your face and let it work it’s magic. I tend to apply it to either my fingertip or a cotton bud instead of directly to the skin to prevent any bacteria getting into the product itself. As far as performance goes, this stuff is pretty amazing. The liquid dries almost instantly on the skin and has literally cleared up a few of my blemishes overnight. The Burt’s Bees Herbal Blemish Stick retails for $19.95 AUD and can be purchased online from Echolife. (note: this product was sent to me for consideration for review)

If you’d like a chance to win a Burt’s Bees Blemish Stick of your own, simply leave a comment on this entry. Please be sure to include your email address so that I can contact you if you’re the winner and note that this giveaway is open to Australian residents only. Entries close May 23, 2012. Good luck!

24 Thoughts on “Product Review + Giveaway: Burt’s Bees Herbal Blemish Stick

  1. My blemishes would indeed appreciate this mini miracle worker. My email is emma.m.brooks@gmail.com

  2. I’m totally intrigued and dying to try this! My email is: wendyandcoblog@gmail.com. Thank you 🙂

  3. Marianne on April 23, 2012 at 8:03 pm said:

    Would love to try this! email: mar.ngu@gmail.com

  4. Ohh I’ve seen you rave about this and I really want to try it out! kimberleyjgriffiths@gmail.com
    P.S. I LOVE liquorice.

  5. This may be one of the few burts bees products I haven’t tried! Would love to give it a go! My email is lisastueckradt@gmail.com x

  6. speedwayatom on April 24, 2012 at 10:46 am said:

    I had semi perfect skin as a teen
    but now as an adult it’s blemished – isn’t that mean!
    It’s like all those blemishes had hidden and are now here to taunt me
    so I’d kill to have skin that is blemish free.

  7. speedwayatom on April 24, 2012 at 10:48 am said:

    I had semi perfect skin as a teen
    but now it’s woeful – isn’t that mean!
    All those blemishes are here to taunt me
    Oh how I’d kill to have skin that is blemish free!

  8. Kristy on April 24, 2012 at 11:03 am said:

    I would love to try this out, I’m a huge burt’s bees fan 🙂
    My email is kristy.parker@uqconnect.edu.au

  9. Jessie on April 24, 2012 at 11:52 am said:

    I love Burt’s Bees stuff and have been meaning to try this for a while.
    jezzybel_13@hotmail.com

  10. Natalie on April 24, 2012 at 3:11 pm said:

    Hi Jess
    Just wondering what the difference is between the blemish stick and the targeted spot treatment Burts Bees also sells?
    Thanks
    Nat

    • I just did a bit of research and it seems like the key ingredient to both product is different – the blemish stick’s main ingredient is Tea Tree Oil, while the spot treatment’s main ingredient is apparently Salicylic Acid from Willow Bark Extract. Besides that they seem to have a LOT of similar ingredients, though the blemish stick does not contain the salicylic acid and seems to have more pure oil based ingredients while the treatment has extracts. I would be interested to try the spot treatment to see how it compares!

  11. I’ve never seen Burt’s Bees stuff in the shops, and I’d really like to try it! I’m always up for something that could help my skin.
    os_darkthorn@hotmail.com

  12. Kimberly on April 24, 2012 at 5:47 pm said:

    Wow, this looks fantastic!
    Thanks for giving us the chance to try it for free. 🙂

    jacqueslikescheese@hotmail(dot)com

  13. Louise on April 24, 2012 at 7:10 pm said:

    Yes please!! I have also been wanting to try this out!! I adore Burt’s bees products.
    louisedoljanin@bigpond.com

  14. ive heard many good things about this blemish stick – Ive just moved to Darwin and have been on the lookout for a new one that can work in this humidity! This Burt’s Bees one seems like a miracle worker!

  15. Michelle v on April 26, 2012 at 5:32 pm said:

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  16. I think I need to try this! I have heard great things.
    I would love to enter
    tara(at)keepingupwithme(dot)net

  17. I’d love to try this, my email is alexina.officer@gmail.com

  18. Ugh, why is it that blemish-treating prodz always smell like death?! Although I almost feel like it helps to burn the blemish into oblivion – I figure if it smells awful, it must at least do something!

  19. Oooh I LOVE a good Burt’s Bees Product! 🙂 x

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