Rose & Co. Apothecary Sweet Vanilla Salve Reviews
Product Type: Rose & Co. Apothecary Lip Care
Description:Brand: Rose & Co. Apothecary / Type: Lip Repair / What it does: Repairs,
Newest Review: ... are an English company, their products are sold in John Lewis amongst other stores and from their website. The 20g tin of ... more
by - written on 16/02/12, updated on 07/07/12 (Useful, 33 readings)
One of my favourite products is a little tin of Rose & Co Sweet Vanilla Salve. I have a small collection of clear lip balms and salves, this one though is somewhat special. The small round honey coloured tin is decorated in a vintage style with romantic script writing, twirls and bee illustrations both on the lid and surrounding the base. Such attention to detail seems to be rare these days. A useful and pretty little tin which can be re-used after the salve is finished. When you open the lid you are hit by the delicious scent of vanilla with a background note of honey. It is seriously difficult not to become addicted to this gorgeous smell. Beeswax, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/10 (Very useful, 77 readings)
In Boots the other day, looking to replace my usual tin of Vaseline, my eye was drawn to a pretty, old fashioned looking tin bearing the name 'Rose & Co'. It sounded familiar- I later realised this was because I'd read about these lipbalms on dooyoo a week or two before! So, subliminally inclining towards this product, I moved in for a closer look. There were several flavours available, but the one that leapt out at me was the 'Sweet vanilla salve'. I'm a huge fan of all things vanilla, and the little bees decorating the side of the pot made this all the more irresistable to me. At £4.99, it was considerably more expensive than Vaseline, but I thought it might be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I often suffer from dry lips, and am therefore always on the hunt for a decent lip balm. My handbag has a permanent collection of 5 or 6 lip balms that travel with me everyday to cater for my every lip need. At this time of the year, I'm applying lip balm about once every half hour all day, to keep the dryness at bay. So, here's the story of how I came to buy the Rose & Co Vanilla Salve. On Saturday night I drank rather too much wine, and the resulting hangover and dehydration meant that I looked after my lips rather less well than I normally would, and they dried out far more than they normally would. I woke on Monday morning with incredibly sore, dry ... Read the complete review
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