If there’s one thing that’s worse than teenage acne, it’s adult acne. Ok, well maybe it’s not worse, but I could sure live without it. Let me not exaggerate; I don’t get full on breakouts like I used to, but I do get the painful BIG red bump that usually decides to emerge at the worst possible times and it seems to take forever to heal. Do you ever get those? Tell me I’m not the only one. Having said that, I am older (and wiser) than I was as a teenager and I have learned a few things when it comes to dealing with acne. It’s really pretty simple. I like to treat it as naturally as possible. I do use store bought products, but I specifically like to use Burt’s Bees which contains natural ingredients. By the way, did you know it’s their 30th anniversary?
While I don’t have frequent acne, I know it’s inevitable and I like to be prepared, so I headed over to Walmart to pick up a Burt’s Bees Herbal Blemish Stick. Check out the HUGE assortment of Burt’s Bees products that are available. I could only capture some of the products with the camera on my phone. There were more. I could seriously stand there just looking at everything for a good 30 minutes. I may or may not have actually done that on the day I took this photo.
I really like this product. It comes in a pretty little glass bottle with all the natural ingredients listed right on there. Lets see, there’s SD Alcohol (from yellow corn), calendula flower oil, borage seed oil, yarrow oil, parsley seed extract, willow bark extract, lemon oil, tea tree oil as well as a few other oils. This is really easy to apply as it has a little roll on applicator. Simply apply as needed. It smells very natural as the tea tree oils and other ingredients are fragrant, but the smell is not overwhelming. I can actually feel this product working which I can’t say about some of the other less natural products I have tried.
Buy it: If you are in need of ANY natural beauty products, be sure to head over to your local Walmart to check out their selection of Burt’s Bees products.Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. When you click on these links, you are helping to support my blog. Thank you.