The Body Shop Cocoa Butter Lip Care Stick Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop Lip Care
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Butter / Type: Lip Butter / Subcategory: Lip Stick / What it does: Enricheses
Newest Review: ... this I now don't leave the house without it. It is easy to use and apply, it lasts much longer than other lip balms I've used ... more
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by daisylee3 - written on 08/08/12
I'm a bit of a lip balm obsessive and have a habit of regulary picking up new ones to try as I love trying out new types/different scents etc. I bought this 'cocoa butter' lip balm from The Body Shop around two months ago when there was a half price sale on - I actually bought a couple as at £2 instead of the reccommended retail price of £4 they were a total bargain! The usual price isn't too bad either in my opinion - £4 isn't extortionate for such a good quality lip balm, but it's certianly not cheap. I would reccommend keeping your eye out if you like the sound of this as The Body Shop often have offers on. The lip balm comes in a little cylinder lip balm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I don't normally use lip balms from the bodyshop as they are a bit pricey compared to my usual chapstick at £4.00 for a 4.2g tube, I bought the one I am currently using only because I needed to make the value of my order up to obtain a free gift that was on promotion. I have to say that I have not been disapointed with the lip balm, it is a very effective product, much more so than my usual brand and considering that a little tube goes a very long way £4.00 really is not a lot of money and I would buy it again. The lip balm applies very smoothly and you only need one swipe over the top and bottom lip for complete coverage. The balm has a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/07/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
My lips get quite dry, both in summer and winter. To be honest I'm quite lazy when it comes to looking after my lips and when a friend held a body shop party I thought it was time to do something about it. I use cocoa butter on my body so was immediately drawn to this lip balm. At £4 I knew I could get something cheaper from Boots or Superdrug but when I thought about how long it would last I decided to go for it. The packaging is ever so slightly different than the picture shown above, the cap is now clear and the sticky label is a slightly lighter brown. To open the lip balm is easy, you just twist the cap which breaks the seal, you then twist up the lip ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/13, updated on 17/01/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
The Product = = = = = = The product I am reviewing is a lip care stick from The Body Shop. Due to the cold weather my lips have been feeling a little sore and I wanted something that was going to soothe them and stop them from feeling sore and dry. I sometimes use Vaseline but I only really like using this overnight so I wanted something suitable for the day that was quick and easy to apply. This particular lip balm contains real cocoa butter which leaves lips feeling moisturised and soft. The lip balm has a butter-like texture so is easy to apply and feels nice whilst on your lips. The lip stick comes in a beige colours tube which has a dark brown label on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/11, updated on 20/07/11 (Very useful, 11 readings)
I am obsessed with lipbalms, and this is one of my favourites - and possibly the best one I have ever tried too! ~Packaging and Appearance~ The Body Shop Cocoa Butter Lip Care Stick comes in a brown tube with a clear lid (the balm itself weighs (4.2g). On the front of the tube is the title of the product and a short description, and underneath the label is an ingredients list. ~Contents~ The balm itself is cream in colour, and has a subtle chocolate smell which I am addicted to - I have to restrain myself from eating it! The balm is very thick and smooth, and I only needed a little bit to moisturise my lips, so the stick itself ... Read the complete review
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The Body Shop Chocomania Lip Butter - moisturises, smells divine, softens lips, handy little pot not as moisturising as other lip products, doesn't taste of chocolate
The Body Shop Lip Butter - Good value for money. Need to reapply often.
The Body Shop Sweet Lemon Lip Butter - Does indeed moisturise Lips gets under finger nails
The Body Shop Shea Lip Butter - moisturising, soothes sore/chapped lips, easy to apply leaves a slight white residue
The Body Shop Candied Ginger Lip Balm - Value for money, lovely scent and flavour Coats the lips rather than deeply moisturising them
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