I love a good solid perfume; they're more subtle than atomized formulas; the oil and wax base makes them last longer; they're hydrating; and they're usually less expensive. So imagine my delight when I found out that Burt's Bees has debuted four new $10 solid fragrances. Only Lush's solid perfume sticks  rival them for low price point, and the Burt's products actually have fewer chemical ingredients. All four of the scents sound fruit-heavy, although if you're not into sweet smells, their Naturally Fresh  ($10) fragrance has bright, astringent notes of lemon, grapefruit, and cedar. Will you be inclined to pick one of these up at the drugstore checkout, or would you rather save your money for a fancier solid scent?