It’s always great to see beauty brands give back because that makes supporting them all the more worth it. Burt’s Bees is known for its all-natural ingredients, and this Apr. 22, they are asking for your help to save the animal that makes their brand possible — the bees, of course! Burt’s Bees will plant wildflowers for every selfie taken and posted with #SelflessSelfie this Earth Day, so what are you waiting for? Get those selfie cams ready.
According to their website, the company works to help save the bees throughout the year, but of course, they’ve got to do something a little extra special on Earth Day. They’ll need your help to do it, though. When you visit the Burt’s Bees website, you can upload a selfie and once you do so, the brand will pledge to plant 5,000 pollen-filled wildflowers to help keep pollination alive and well. Simple as that!
They need the bees to keep on buzzing in order to infuse their many lotions, creams and more with beeswax. Then, you’ll be able to continue to add their beloved products to your beauty routine. Ahh, the circle of life, am I right? Upload your photo to do some good for mother Earth, the bees and your makeup bag. That’s a win-win-win.
But first, let me take a selfie... to save the bees, duh.
Fans of flowers, pollination, bumble bees and the beauty brand have already posted their #SelflessSelfies online.
The brand's got some pretty incredible items to add to your collection this spring, so might as well get some shopping in while you've got Burt's Bees on the brain.
Because once you give their lip balms and more a try, there's no going back.
Slick on some color and shine this season.
For an extra fresh feeling, use these peach extract-infused cleansing towelettes all spring long.
This hydrating and replenishing balm will become a staple in your routine. Be sure to keep a tube or two with you at all times.
Help this company plant wildflowers to make this world a more beautiful, bee-filled place. Once you do, keep the buzz alive and spread the word to your friends, too. The more #SelflessSelfies, the better.