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Support Canadian Bee Health with Burt’s Bees #KissesForBees

posted by The Prep Guy June 11, 2017 0 comments
Hey Prepsters!

Spring has sprung and that means it’s time for Bees to get busier than ever before! Our friends at Burt’s Bees is supporting Canadian bee Health with their #KissesForBees initiative, by raising awareness for how everyday Canadians like us, can help and kiss back the wonderful creatures who do so much for our environment and ecosystem.

Burt’s Bees has created one of two beautiful (and very instagrammable) installation in Toronto at Toronto’s City Hall a.k.a Nathan Phillips Square, which is planted with thousands of wildflowers, providing our Bees with nature to kiss., until June 24th The second installation is coming this month to Vancouver.

The Burt’s Bees #KissesForBees installations will house 400-500 pollinator friendly flowers and will be replanted around Toronto and Vancouver after the exhibition is complete.

Additionally, Burt’s Bees is launching the limited edition #KissesForBees lipsticks, which will retail for $10 CAD. For every lipstick sold, Burt’s Bees will plant 100 wildflowers across the country to help support Canadian Bee health, in partnership with Wildlife Preservation Canada. What’s amazing about the lipstick as well is that it is made of 100% natural incredients and packaged in 60% recycled materials. The lipstick also provides 8 hours of moisture to nourish and hydrate your lips with the best ingredients, such as Moringa and Raspberry Seed Oils, Vitamin E and Beeswax.

I urge you all to come out and support our Bees by creating a healthier habitat for them. Some amazing ways to create a ton of impact would be to plant bee-friendly plants in your garden, balcony or even your community; purchasing a limited edition Burt’s Bees #KissesForBees lipstick at major retailers across Canada and by taking a picture with the #KissesForBees installation using the tags @BurtsBeesCa and #KissesForBees.


This post has been in partnership with Burt’s Bees. For more information on Burt’s Bees, please visit www.BurtsBees.ca

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