Burt’s Bees Ultimate Care Body Lotion Soothes Extremely Dry Skin - 170g

Burt’s Bees Ultimate Care Body Lotion Soothes Extremely Dry Skin - 170g

  • Moisturises even the driest of skin
  • Natural and quick-absorbing body lotion
  • Provides all day protection from moisture loss
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Burt's Bees® Ultimate Care Body Lotion is the perfect moisturiser for extremely dry skin. Infused with a combination of nourishing baobab oil, nutrient-rich pumpkin seed oil and lightly scented with green tea extract.

This quick–absorbing body lotion provides all day moisturization to even the driest skin. It nourishes your skin leaving it soft and fully hydrated. It’s dermatologist-tested, hypoallergenic and contains no added fragrance.


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Apply liberally as needed.


Keep this body lotion out of the reach of children, as with all cosmetics, toiletries, and medicines.

Avoid contact with the eyes and use on the skin only. Not to be ingested.

This cream contains a very long list of ingredients. Check for hypersensitivities and avoid using if you have an allergy. In the case of an unexpected skin reaction, refrain from using this lotion and consult with your doctor or skin specialist.

Side Effects

Burt’s Bees Ultimate Care Body Lotion is free of known side effects; to date, no interactions with other medicines have been reported.

Scientific Research

For people with Psoriasis

HelloSkin’s experts were not able to find clinical data on the use of Burt’s Bees Ultimate Care Body Lotion in people living with psoriasis. However, the product contains both glycerin and lactic acid, both of which are important for keeping the skin well hydrated and moist (1, 2).

The levels of natural moisturising factor such as lactic acid have been shown to be reduced in psoriatic lesions (3) compared with healthy skin. Furthermore, in dry skin conditions, including psoriasis, water loss from the upper skin layer is linked to a reduced skin barrier function, which may be worsening the disease symptoms (4). Water evaporation is increased in psoriatic lesions compared with normal skin (5).


  1. Dermatol Ther. 2004;17 Suppl 1:49-56
  2. Practical Dermatology 36-40, July 2012
  3. J Dermatol. 2014 Feb;41(2):144-8
  4. Am J Clin Dermatol. 2003;4(11):771-88
  5. Ann Dermatol. 2012 May;24(2):168-74
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