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The Detox Box May 2021: Full Spoilers

Limited Edition Burt’s Bees Box Available Now + FULL Spoilers!

The Limited Edition Box from Burt’s Bees is available now! (Thanks for the heads up, Luna!)

We curated this limited-edition collection of full-size self-care staples that cleanse, detoxify, soothe and hydrate using some of nature’s most effective ingredients. Go ahead and treat yourself—this $90 value is only $50!

Each box includes:


The Box: Burt’s Box

The Cost: $50 with free shipping

The Products:

  • Detoxifying Clay Mask
  • Hydrating Overnight Mask
  • Hydrating Facial Mist
  • Conditioning Lip Scrub
  • Sensitive Daily Moisturizing Cream
  • Lavender & Honey Hand Cream
  • Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream
  • Coconut Foot Cream
  • Vanilla Bean Lip Balm
  • Enamel Care Toothpaste
  • Natural Calm from Natural Vitality
  • Hydrating Lip Oil with Sweet Almond Oil
  • Tinted Lip Balm in Red Dahlia

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Comments (35)

  1. Suppose I am also allowed to state an opinion, since people have diarrhea of the keyboard about companies owned by xyz or whatever…do what you want, but personally, information is valuable, but knowing what one does with that information is not.

    My line in the sand was when the Lauder companies completely kicked BT out of HIS stores that he created. When he was threatened with arrest for just walking in a store that existed because of his creation. I no longer buy from the dozen(s) of companies bought on the cheap. Just do a google search for the number of companies that they own.

    Thank you all in advance for providing background information on companies that were once privately held and managed as if their family were using the products. Let’s be nice to each other, though.

  2. I’d like to see it reviewed.

  3. Burt’s Bees got bought out by by Clorox. An easy no from me.

    • I think you would be surprised to find out what certain companies own. I hope you don’t buy Tide products because they are owned by Shell Oil Company. I really don’t think you will find any bleach in Burt’s Bees products.

      • I do more research than you give me credit for and I absolutely do eliminate products whose parent companies have questionable ethics. No, I do not use Tide. I also don’t buy Peet’s because they got bought out by a rodenticide corporation and I am a wildlife rescuer/rehabber. These are things that matter to me and I posted because not many people are aware that B.B. is owned by Clorox and that information might matter to them too. I did not suggest that Burt’s Bees has Clorox in it…

      • i care squirrely girl. i was thinking about getting this box to test products i might want to continue purchasing. last i checked (a long time ago) they were a good company. now i am no longer interested. thank You for the info.

      • Laci, Thank you for saying so 🙂 I’ve given up a lot of favorite brands because they’ve been bought out by questionable companies. Shea Moisture is another one that made me sad. They got bought out by Unilever in 2017 🙁

      • Thanks for notifying me of this. I was not aware. Appreciated.

      • I care as well! I have eliminated many products because of ethics and environmental/ animal rights issues. It’s so much easier now than it was 25 years ago!

      • It is! And much easier to support cruelty free now as well!

      • :O I had no idea burt bees was now owned by Clorox… :*( Good bye Burt Bees…

      • Cigarette companies own more companies than most people realize as well. So even the most anti smoking crusaders are probably lining the tobacco industries pockets. I personally don’t care who owns Burt Bees.

      • To each their own

      • Tide is owned by Procter & Gamble…

      • Correct, Tide is most definitely owned by P&G (my sister works there).

      • And a simple google search confirms it.. why I checked I have no idea!! Bottom line its always nice to “Be Kind” and respect everyone’s point of view. For me.. its an easy pass.

      • Virgina- could you be anymore patronizing and condescending? Why would you think for a second you know more than she does regarding corporations?

      • It’s ok. She has a point about how many companies are owned by less than reputable parent companies. It’s pretty alarming really. She was just incorrect in her assumption that I don’t do my research. Like Tarte, for example. They claim to be cruelty free (and they technically are) but they are owned by KOSE- which is a Japanese brand that tests on animals. Corporation loopholes :/ Thank you for speaking up though! I appreciate it Reidy 🙂

      • Lol Virginia Tide isn’t owned by Shell Oil lmao it’s owned by Procter and Gamble.

    • Wow! that’s sad Clorox bought out BB. Thanks for letting me know. I’ll definitely stop buying BB.

      • Agreed and I’m glad this was posted.

    • With all due respect, what’s wrong with Clorox?

      • Clorox isn’t exactly environmentally friendly like Burts Bees claims to be.

      • Yes, this. Clorox is a chemical company. People think that they are supporting an organic/natural brand from smaller origins, but in reality the money is going to a much less environmentally conscious one. Clorox hides behind the name because they know that a big chunk of the B.B. demographic wouldn’t buy from them if it was Burt’s Bees by Clorox. It’s deceiving and borderline dishonest, in my eyes.

      • I use hurts bees lip balm every single day and honestly I don’t care who owns it, it works. I also spilled wine on my white duvet last night and clorox dabbed on took it right out. I’m all for natural products that work, but nothing natural was getting the wine out of my sheets.

      • To be fair, Burts Bees is also a “chemical company”. And organic isn’t nearly as good for the environment as people seem to think…

  4. Cute box design!

  5. The photo doesn’t contain all of the products in the box. If you read the description it says the items that are included. I happily ordered my box.

  6. According to the link, they’re full size products and the total value is $90.

  7. Even full sized I love burt’s bees but anything I can find at CVS seems laughable at $50. They probably should have done two boxes at half the products but themed and $20/$25 a box.

    • Depends how much you like the brand. 13 products. If you went to buy them at the drustore, you’d spend way more than $50 IF you would actually want all the items. If not, and only a couple appeal to you, then of course you wouldn’t do it. BB is kind of expensive for the drugstore.

  8. Doesn’t look worth $50 from this photo, but those can’t be full size. I wish there was more from their makeup line besides lip products.

  9. I agree they look small… especially with the $50 price tag

  10. Are these full sized? They look like deluxe samples.

    • The description on the product page says full size

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