Simple Kind To Lips Intensive Lip Moisturizer Reviews
Product Type: Simple Lip Care
Description:Brand: Simple / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisturiser / What it does: Moisturizes,
Newest Review: ... available, so I have never felt the need to try another product. This lip moisturiser comes in a small tube, it is a 10ml ... more
by - written on 15/04/12 (Very useful, 81 readings)
During the winter months I often suffer from dry, chapped lips and therfore always use lip balms to help soothe and keep my lips moisturised. I have used several of these products now with varying results and recently when I needed to buy a new one, I was attracted to this Simple Kind To Lips Intensive Lip Moisturiser on the shelf in a branch of Superdrug. At £3.05 this was more than I usually pay for a lip balm, but reading the packaging and awareness of the Simple brand and their products, I thought this would be a decent product and it would be money well spent. This intensive lip moisturiser from Simple claims to be full of moisturising goodness ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Introduction: I got a free sample (full size) of this product two years ago when I signed up for a website called super savvy me. The idea was that I used it and someone contacted me to review it. I never got contacted so the tube stayed in the back of my bags of many beauty products. I was always really happy with my lip care routine so never felt the desperate need to try something new. It wasn't until my latest blistex lip cream ran out, and I was stuck at home with dry lips that I remembered this product and dug it out to try out. I have been really pleasantly surprised, so I almost wish I had tried it earlier! Price and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/10, updated on 18/11/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Simple lips Having been unable to afford my usual Gale Hayman lip lift lip care product for about 6 months I have been on the hunt for a simple lip moisturiser that could take it's place, albeit on a temporary basis. I thought I had found it in Blistex lip relief cream, which is excellent but still lacked a certain something. On my next shopping trip I was topping up on simple products for my girls in Superdrug when this 'Smple Kind to Lips Intensive Lip Moisturiser' caught my eye, at £2.99 it was a little more than I was hoping to pay, but the blurb on the box (white with green writing) about how natural, moisturising, and vitamin enriched it was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/10, updated on 16/09/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Simple are such a well known brand that I feel we sometimes expect rather too much from their products. They are marketed in such as way that we almost feel they are an uber product, that can work miracles where other products cannot. Having tried many of the range of Simple products, I can say that I have found some better than others, there are some products I would recommend and some I wouldn't. One item I would recommend is the Simple Kind To Lips Intensive Lip Moisturiser. It really is one of the Simple of products range that I have enjoyed using as it does what it claims it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
A few months ago during the depths of winter I was starting to suffer from dry, chapped lips and I made a mental note to buy some lip balm next time I was at the shop. The next day, this Simple Intensive Lip Moisturiser dropped through my letterbox as if they had read my mind. I was asked to give it a go and give them some feedback on what I thought of it. I began using it straight away to help fight heal my awful chapped lips, but did it actually work? This new intensive lip moisturiser from Simple claims to have 2 vital vitamins, 1 skin loving nutrient and 0 perfume or colours. Simple claim to be the experts of sensitive skin and although I'm not a ... Read the complete review
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