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Burt’s Bees Almond & Milk Hand Cream, 2 Ounces

Put the power of nature to work for your skin with all natural Burt’s Bees Almond Milk Beeswax Hand Cream. This super rich cream contains sweet almond oil and vitamin E to help hydrate and shield hard working hands and beeswax to seal and condition the skin. 99.9% natural and contains no parabens or phthalates. Massage a dollop of this hydrating moisturizer anytime your hands feel dry and after every hand washing to keep your hands looking beautiful and feeling soft and smooth. Great for elbows, knees and feet too!

Key features

  • Two 2 ounce jars of 99.9% natural hand cream
  • Sweet almond oil and vitamin E moisturize dry hands
  • Natural beeswax seals and conditions skin
  • All-natural nutty almond scent
  • Hand care without parabens, phthalates

Honest reviews


Burt’s Bees Hand Creme, Almond Milk Beeswax, 2-Ounce Jars (Pack of 2)

It has very bad smell, and people around can’t stand this. I don’t know if it works or not, but I stopped using it due to the somplains of my son..

Eleanor Ararat, NC


I ran out of hand cream at work and randomly picked this product up at the store (obviously not on amazon) and am really disappointed. it is REALLY greasy and doesnt smell very good. my keyboard is shinny and covered in grossness after one use. my hands dont feel like they’ve been moisturized. I’m really unhappy with the product. not the hand cream for me . . .

Katherine Seaside Park, NJ

Too Greasy

This will leave your hands smooth and soft. It seems to moisturize my cuticles but weakens my nails. It is too greasy so I have to use a napkin to wipe the excess and everything I touch afterwards gets greased up. I don’t like products that remain on the surface of my skin and grease up everything.

Katie Centerpoint, IN

like it ,

It’s too oil for daily.But it can be used for repair hand or foot. It’s too oil for daily.But it can be used for repair hand or foot.

Maritza Oakfield, GA


I bought the 2-pack thinking I would love Burt’s Bee’s beeswax hand creme, but alas, unlike the other raving reviewers, I found the creme to leave too much residue on my hands. it’s impossible to DO anything after applying it, as it wipes off on everything (smudges on keyboard and everything else you choose to touch). I guess I just am too busy to wait while the stuff absorbs. Also, I don’t have any medical condition, just dry hands. Maybe it’s “too much” for a little winter dry hand.On the upside, it does have a nice smell and I like the jar it comes in, easy to grab as much or as little of the stuff as you want. If you apply it right before you go to bed it works well overnight, but beware of rubbing it off onto your sheets.

Natalie Carmel, ME

Fantastic cream but OVERWHELMING scent!

I love this cream. It lasts and really works well. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get through one whole jar because the scent is just too overwhelming. I love the scent but if I put it on my hands, I have to avoid my face — it’s really, really strong. Even my husband complains!

Adrienne Shady Valley, TN

Burt’s Bees Beeswax & Banana Hand Creme

Good moisturizer for hands, elbows, or any area with dry skin.It gets absorbed quickly and does not feel greasy.The texture is more creamy than Burt’s Bees hand Salve for easierspreading over larger areas.

Gladys Guthrie, OK


I purchased one jar and absolutely loved it. I work in health care so I’m constantly washing my hands and it’s very hard for me to find a product that moisturizes well. This product does the job quite nicely. At first it’s a little greasy, but soon absorbs. A little goes a long way! The smell is also wonderful. Smells exactly like Jergens original cherry almond except has way better results. I was excited to see two jars for $14 considering I paid $10 for one at a local store. These two jars won’t go to waste. Complete happiness!

Gabriela Searsmont, ME

good stuff for sensitive skin

My mother swears by Burts Bees. I buy her some every so often and she is thrilled. She swears it is the only thing that works well with her sensitve skin. The scent is nice.

Juana Vienna, MD

Oh Yuk Or Not

I typically love Burt’s Bees products. I wanted a heavier hand creme for the dryness of winter. This is ghastly. I couldn’t stand the smell and the thickness and greasiness prevented my touching anything for some time after applying. I received a refund (as this type product cannot be returned). Since I still have it, I began using it at night before bed with gloves. The smell is still unpleasant, but it seems to help.

Wilma Chagrin Falls, OH


This stuff is absolutely GREAT for dry hands. Absorbs well, and it smells so good!! A little goes a long way though, so use wisely, or you may have greasy hands!

Naomi Poplar Ridge, NY

Very happy!

I’m very glad that I tried this lotion. I LOVE the fresh smell. It does smell like bananas when you first apply it but that fades rather quickly. It does seem to be working well on my hands also. I apply it before bedtime and in the morning, my hands are very soft. I’d definitely purchase it again.

Christa Arco, MN

Intense moisture for skin

This creme is excellent for helping skin to heal when it is extremely dry. I have severe eczema on my hands and it does a good job in relieving the dryness and helping the skin heal during the different stages. It is very thick but will absorb in to the skin if massaged for a while. It is not as greasy as ointments but you do have to give it time to soak in to the skin.

Kirsten Hicksville, NY

Burts Bees Almond Milk

This is a very nice, rich hand cream. Wonderful for the winter. My only complaint is that it leaves my hands a bit greasy for a while after use.

Nannie Red Rock, OK

Softens Skin

This cream leaves my hands feeling wonderfully soft and I love it’s Almond smell.It’s a thick cream with a somewhat waxy feel, it takes a bit of time to soak completely inbut it’s so worth using. It’s turns chapped knuckles and ruff elbows to smooth skin over night.A great product for soft skin, I’ve been using this for years with satisfaction.

Lindsay Beebe Plain, VT

good stuff

This lotion was shown to me by someone at work. Now it has spread and a bunch of us use it. It has a strange smell but I like it. It feels very nice and creamy when you are rubbing it on and is only slightly greasy. Works good on my knuckles when they get dry.

Joni Sapelo Island, GA

A Little Goes A Long Way

This is a very nice product. It does soften your hands. I find it heavy so I use it sparingly during the day. I take a small amount and rub it into my cuticles first. The heat from my hands starts to “liquify” the cream and then I rub it all over my hands until it’s absorbed. It’s not the fastest absorbing hand cream so be patient and don’t use too much. If I use it at night before going to bed I’m a little more liberal with the amount I apply. It does have an almond scent but not a “sweet” almond fragrance. If you don’t over apply a 2 oz. jar will last long enough to justify the price.

Jade Arvada, WY

I use this daily!

I swear by this stuff. It smells amazing, is natural, and isn’t greasy. I highly recommend this if you’ve never tried it before.

Gabriela Pelican Rapids, MN

Love, love, love, love, adore this product!

I found this hand creme at Walgreen’s (!) a couple of years ago, and decided I liked the natural aspect of it and would try it, as other lotions sometimes left me feeling slick or slathered and I needed a tissue to wipe off the residue on my hands. First off, the smell is heavenly – a slight almond, milky, good-for-you smell helps put you right at ease. Then you apply to your hands and…my first time, I was like: WOW. This is AWESOME. My hands actually FELT good; I mean g-o-o-d; after using this product. It seemed to melt into my hands like bread soaking up butter. My skin WANTED this stuff, I could tell. Instead of that slick feeling afterward, I could still tell something had been applied, but it was because my hands felt moisturized and not coated. The landscaper came in one day complaining his hands were so dry – got my jar out and said "give this a try". He was loving it: it went into the callouses, into his weather-roughened skin and made it feel better. He came back and asked to borrow it again. I gave him a whole jar. He now swears by the stuff and his hands are in much better shape, not as cracked and split and dry as they once were. He still looks like he works with his hands, but there’s a definite difference in the quality of his skin – even I can tell without him pointing it out. For me, I have a pot in my bag, one in my office, one by my bedside, one downstairs by the TV – whenever I’m feeling uncomfortable, I just add a little of this into my palm and work over my hands and through my fingers and I instantly feel 100x better. Working with paper a lot (tellers, cashiers, office workers) can really suck the moisture from your hands: I’m telling you, you cannot beat this stuff, it’s magic in a jar. I even use some on the callouses I get on my elbows occasionally, and within a few days, my skin is healed and and longer chafing. No residue, just moisture. it’s "AWESOME".

Hilary Granite, OK