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Burt's Bees Radiance Day Creme

Royal jelly for your skin: Thank you, Mr. Bee!
Royal jelly for your skin: Thank you, Mr. Bee!
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Burt's Bees made a trusty name for itself in the eco-conscious world by being among the first to offer a serious line of skin and body products that shun synthetic ingredients. Many of Burt's Bees products use -- you guessed it -- beeswax as a base. For their Radiance Day Crème, the company went even further into the hive to come up with royal jelly.

This substance is a mixture of flower parts, nectar and pollen. Bees make it to feed to budding queens and Burt's harvests it for your skin instead. The jelly should have a positive impact on your skin's appearance, as it contains more than 100 nutrients.

The Radiance Day Crème is also a gluten-free product, although it doesn't advertise as such. While people with celiac disease have nothing to fear, if you have an allergy to pollen, you should avoid this one, as it's packed with so much of the stuff.