Lush None of your Beeswax Lip Balm Reviews
Product Type: Lush Lip Care
Description:Brand: Lush / Balm / Type: Lip Balm / Subcategory: Wax / What it does: regenerates,
Newest Review: ... a lovely sheen on your lips after use, almost like it's a balm and a gloss in one. The balm is lovely and moisturising and ... more
by - written on 20/11/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Lush do some fabulous little lip balms all in different flavours. I like to treat my lips and my absolute favourite lip product is carmex which is fantastic for all lip woes but let's be honest buying a pot of carmex doesn't give you the same sense of having treated yourself that going into lush and buying one of their lip balms does. I think I have tried out all their lip balms at one time or another and I can honestly say that they are all excellent however the one that I keep going back to time and again is the None of your beeswax one. This little balm comes in a small 10g pot similar to vaseline and costs a whopping Ģ4.75. Yes it is expensive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/10 (Very useful, 9 readings)
Although I donīt tend to use this kind of product much, I make an exception for Lush, whose balms smell wonderful and are all-natural and good for the environment. The balm is quite expensive, at nearly five pounds, and itīs only a small amount, but it lasts a long time, as you only need a little on your finger to use it. As with all Lush products, there are no artifical ingredients, and itīs got an excellent, natural fragrance - it smells of a soft, almost creamy honey and tastes similarly good on your lips, where it gives you a long-lasting mositure thatīs not too greasy but seems to prevent drying of the lips and keeps moisture in. Lush do an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
When my last lip balm ran out, I headed down to Lush (where else?) to purchase another. I'd had Whipstick last time and loved the lip balm itself, but also loved the dinky little tin it came in. The small size came in really handy for popping in my bag on a night out, and unlike the tins with body lotions in, the lip balm tins are pretty easy to open. Therefore I decided to try another lip balm from the Lush range. Now personally, one of my pet hates is the phrase 'None of your beeswax'. It really irritates me: why can't people just say 'none of your business'? Still, I thought it was a clever name for this particular lip balm, seeing as it does not actually ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
None of your beeswax lipvbalm is a vegan product from Lush, the 'all natural' cosmetics company. It costs Ģ4.75 for a small 10g tin however I got mine from a goodie bag for spending over Ģ20. On the whole I'm fairly glad I didn't pay for it. The lip balm itself is perfectly fine, does its job and smells lovely but is just a bit too overpriced for me. For a lip balm to cost so close to Ģ5 I would expect it to be unusually good or have a distinctive effect. If you don't mind paying a little extra for your staple cosmetics this is pretty good. Packaging The small round tin is pretty standard within the lush range for their lip balms, solid ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 226 readings)
Fresh from using my Lush Oatfix face mask I am back with a review about the Lush None of your Beeswax Lip Balm which also happened to find its way into my basket, those pesky products in that store have a magnet attached to them you see and funnily enough they always seem to find themselves jumping into my basket as I browse the shelves intending not to spend too much money. Anyway, as well as Lush products for the bath and shower, I have in more recent times been quite a fan of the lip Balms, if anyone has ever seen the inside of my handbag they would not be surprised to see that I have two lip balms, two lip glosses and a tub of Vaseline, its like having an ... Read the complete review
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