Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 261
Rated 1 out of 5 by nancym "New Honey Flavor"
The "New Honey Flavor" lip balm is aweful! I cannot stand the smell and cannot use it on my lips. Because it is something I cannot return, I will have to throw it away. I LOVED the old honey flavored lip balm! Please change back!
January 25, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Joshy a change for the worse
I too, sadly must agree with the other reviewers.
I have used the Honey lip balm FOREVER, and mistakenly bought the 'new flavor' edition recently. The packaging does say 'new honey flavor' in small print, but otherwise it looks the same and after years of buying the same thing, I didn't notice it.
Anyhow, after the first use, I could not figure out what was wrong with it. The smell and taste are so strong and perfumey, and I found myself reapplying over and over to keep my lips moist. I actually think the new one dries my lips out! Finally realized they had made a change to the product, so it went into the trash.
Hope enough long time users will complain so they bring back the old stuff.
Dear Burts Bees, IF IT AIN'T BROKE, DON'T FIX IT!
January 20, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by JNettie New Honey Flavor for 2016 : (
I have purchased the honey lip balm many times. It is the only balm my husband will use. The flavor has recently been changed(It says New Flavor on the label but we didn't notice until after using it) To me it seems like a different variety of honey is now being used or there is a new added scent which smells a bit like flowers. Whatever the change, we both do not like the new smell/taste and won't be purchasing again.
January 6, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kari55555 Bring back the old formula!!!
I just bought this in the supermarket, not noticing it said "new honey flavor"...but I thought it would still be okay. It's horrible now! It's SO obnoxiously sweet and just smells and tastes gross. I was addicted to the old one, I loved it had a hint of flowery smell and now it's just pure sugar on your mouth.
Really disappointed. Please bring back the old one, or have both?
January 4, 2016