EOS Lip Balm Review

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New week, two new posts coming your way. If I had to choose one lip product to use for the rest of my life, it would be the EOS Lip Balm (I just found out EOS stands for evolution of smooth!). Any colour, any flavour, as long as it was EOS. I mean, how can you say no to the satisfying, smooth packaging? These lip balms, if I recall correctly, were all the rage a few years ago, when a few American Youtubers raved about them and I was given a few last Christmas, so here is an overdue review on the lip balms!


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EOS products are 100% natural and 95% organic and are free from those nasty chemicals, such as petrolatum and paragon. I have three scents; Sweet Mint (the green one), Summer Fruit (the pink one) and Sweet Vanilla Nonsense (the yellow one). They all smell divine, I especially like the mint flavour as it gives a slight tingle. Summer Fruit has a strong, fruity scent but it isn't too overpowering and Sweet Vanilla Nonsense is a subtle, vanilla flavour.


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When applying the product, they glide on your lips smoothly and are not tough on your lips at all, they're almost like butter and melt as you apply. They are not greasy like some other (no names now!) lip balms. My lips are not the most moisturised lips around, so this product is a lifesaver. As soon as I apply it, my lips are instantly hydrated and they stay that way for a good few hours, unless I eat or drink, then it must be applied again. They are well nourished and I highly recommend them if you suffer with very dry lips. It doesn't clear and fix dry, cracked lips but it helps moisturise what skin you have left and preserves it.


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The balm spheres are completely different to what I'm used to applying lip balm with (sticks or tins that you dip your finger in) but they do a very good job. Each different flavour has it's own lovely colourful vibrant packaging and the scents are lovely, I especially love the pastel packaging. They are £6.50 each which is pricey, but if you ever see the sets, grab em!

Have you ever tried an EOS lip balm?

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