Carmex Cherry Flavoured Lip Balm Reviews
Product Type: Carmex Lip Care
Newest Review: ... it was too thick and gloopy and I didn't like how it felt. Then I discovered Carmex. This stuff is actually brilliant. ... more
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by - written on 26/12/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
*~*Introduction*~* My lips suffer from being dry at all times of the year and to combat this problem I always use an effective lip cream such as Blisteze. I always like to have a tube of this in my bag for when I'm out and about, and when I reached for it recently I was disappointed to see that it was almost empty so I headed to my local Superdrug store to buy some more which is handy for items like this as it's located close to my home (good - convenient, bad - bank balance). On searching the shelves endlessly and unsuccessfully, I asked the sales assistant who told me they were waiting for the Blisteze products to be delivered and she recommended ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Recently I have been out and about more in this lovely cold weather and my poor lips have been feeling the effects. Cracked, sore and flaky - not a fantastic look. So I popped into my local boots store (which sadly is a little on the tiny side) in search for my usual Burt's Bees lipbalm but this particular store did not stock it so instead I went for the carmex lip balm. I decided to go for the one in a little pot rather than the tube as I find lip balms tend to last me a little longer this way. ===packaging and availability=== As I said this comes in a little pot. I think personally that it looks quite sweet with a white base and a yellow lid. The lid is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
*Carmex Cherry Lip Balm* This product is BRILLIANT. That has to be said first. I have never suffered badly from dry or chapped lips before however I bought some Carmex to keep my lips conditioned during the summer. I have had tried various products before, e.g. Vaseline, Nivea etc. but this is definitely by far the best. The reasons for this are simple, it is affordable and affective. I purchased the tub of Carmex lip balm because to me it looked more attractive than the tube and also I have had tubes of lip balms before and they have sometimes become messy to look after. I opted for the cherry flavoured lip balm as it sounded a lot more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/11 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I tend to be a bit typical when it comes to a large collection of make-up products. One of my most needed during the winter period is Carmex Cherry Lip Balm. I have tried and tested them all with no luck, so when my mum brought this home for me - I couldn't of been quicker to try it. Carmex Cherry Lip Balm can be brought from most drug stores or supermarkets, but obviously price varies between them all. Mine came from Superdrug costing £2.44 which I think is quite expensive for a lip balm, but I suppose you're paying for the brand name. As you can see from the image above, the lip balm is in a small pot. The balm itself is in a cherry scented block ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I have been using this product since High School, starting with the original version and then moving on to the cherry scented one as soon as I saw it advertised. I take it with me everywhere. I have to say, in all honesty, this is the best lip balm I have ever used. I can say this with great conviction as I am a total brand hopper. I tend to buy something as soon as it comes out, use it a couple of times and then realise it's nowhere near as good and resort back to Carmex almost immediately. You can buy this lip balm from almost anywhere - even Topshop. It retails at about £2.50, which might seem a little bit steep, but it lasts forever. It comes ... Read the complete review
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