Target.com: Burt’s Bees Matte Lip Crayons Only $3 (Regularly $9)

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Head over to Target.com where you can score a couple of Burt’s Bees Matte Lip Crayons for just $3.14 (regularly $8.99)! If you’re a Target REDcard holder, you’ll get an additional 5% off your purchase making these lip crayons only $2.98!

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Burt’s Bees Pink Lip Crayon
Only $3.14 (regularly $8.99)


Burt’s Bees Red Lip Crayon
Only $3.14 (regularly $8.99)


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    Shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. You may also be able to opt for free in-store pickup if items are in stock and available near you.

    If you're a Target RedCard holder, you'll get an additional 5% off your order plus free shipping on any size order! However, exclusions do apply and orders for RedCard holders may require the $35+ shipping threshold.

    Plus, you might be able to score $1 savings on your order by consolidating your shipping. On the app, just click the No-Rush Shipping option. Online, click the "Save $1 with Order Consolidation" option during checkout.

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Comments 8

  1. Casey Meyers

    Love Burt’s Bees but after learning they use carmine in there lip products witch is crushed up beetles I will no longer use them. Someone from Burt’s Bees told me they use a water based formula and have tried other things in place of carmine but nothing has worked.

    • Json

      Good to know! 💡 😕
      thanks!

  2. L.B.

    Any feedback from someone who actually uses these? I know Burt’s Bees is a great brand, but I tried their flavor crystals lip balm which was like lip balm with sand mixed in LOL. Just wondered how good these are.

    • Dorothy

      These are really smooth and silky, and moisturizing too. I like them.

  3. Sue B

    I quit eating Activia because of Carmine. I sure don’t want crushed up dead bugs on my lips. I will be throwing out my Burts Bee Lipstick.

  4. Jen

    I don’t understand why some people hate Carmine. It’s understanble if it’s for reasons such allergic reactions, dietary restrictions, beliefs, etc.
    If it’s simply over the fact that it’s a bug, I think it’s quite illogic. I’d take this insect source of red dye over synthetic red dyes, which carry far greater health risks, since those are derived from either coal or petroleum byproducts.
    However, it’ll be even better if other natural sources of red dye are used instead.

  5. Suzanne

    They are both out of stock.

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Darn! Thank you for the heads up!

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