Marks & Spencers Mandarin Lip Butter Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer Lip Care
Description:Brand: Marks & Spencers / Butter / Type: Lip Butter / What it does: enrichses
Newest Review: ... this really is very firm and I don't think it would be possible to push your finger into it no matter how hard you tried to. ... more
by - written on 22/12/08 (Very useful, 253 readings)
If you've read a few of my previous and quite recent reviews then you're bound to have come across one on a lip balm. I don't have an addiction as such, I just can't seem to not buy one whenever I see one I like the look of! The worst thing is when I change handbags and then go out of the house having forgotten to put a lip balm in my new handbag. Rather than wait to get home and suffer with chapped lips I'll nearly always buy yet another replacement. My latest acquisition in the lip balm world comes from Marks and Spencers. I'm sure everybody reading this will have heard of the brand M & S, most famous for their clothing and food lines. They've been ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I have extremely dry lips and am always on the lookout for any product to help with this. When I was in Marks and Spencer's a while ago I picked up their mandarin lip butter. I chose it for several reasons - firstly, their body butters are very good so I was hoping their lip butters would be the same. I also believe body butters to be the richest, most moisturising things I can get my hands on so I was hoping that the lip butter would be the same. On opening the lid there isn't really much of a scent, if I really put the tub up to my nose and try to smell it there is, just about, the smell of mandarins but this wouldn't really be obvious if you'd rather not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/10 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I hate having dry lips so regularly use something to keep them moist, and have always been quite happy with vaseline, as it works well and is sold at a superb price. My Mum bought this for me as part of set of items she had put together herself one Christmas so obviously I wanted to use it up and not waste it. The lip butter comes in a 'short' but wide clear plastic tub with a screw top and a sticky label on the top with details and the pictures of the fruit it is designed to be 'flavoured' or scented like. The lid screws on and off evenly and is secure, I have carried it in my hand bag a few times and have managed not to get it over the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/08 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I really love Marks and Spencer's cosmetics, especially their bath goodies. This is my latest try from their range, Mandarin lip butter. The 'lip butter' comes in a generous size tub for a lipbalm, however there is no weight or quantity on the packaging which is a little odd. One pot costs around £2, for the money you get a good quailty lip balm, enough to last a good few months, probably more. The life on the label is 12 months. The ingredients include Mandarin Orange Oil, which the label claims is added for it's moisturising and softening, purifying and balancing qualities. The balm itself is easy to apply, melts nicely when you rub your finger into it. The product is . Read the complete review
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