The first thing I noticed about the cleanser is a fresh and more-than-noticeably-sweet herbal scent (which reminds me of Chinese herbal tea flavored with Buddha fruit). It's refreshing but can be a little bit (Chinese medicine kind of) medical if it gets too close to nostrils.
Even though I like the formula, I feel that it's best for cooler days since it's not that good at controlling oil... If I use it at night, my face will turn oily after 4-5 hours, which I don't get if I use the Nivea soap (or other squeaky cleansers).
Ingredients List of Burt's Bees Intense Hydration Cream Cleanser with Clary Sage