The Body Shop Colourings Lipscuff Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop Lip Care
Newest Review: ... that wetting my lips, applying the product, rubbing my lips together and then wiping off with a moist cotton wool gets the ... more
by - written on 25/06/12 (Very useful, 97 readings)
It doesn't take much to get a case of dry, chapped lips. I've always used the age old 'rub sugar into your lips' trick, but that does leave your lips looking like a giant fruit pastille so when I spotted The Body Shop's Lipscuff I quickly added it to my basket. ~~~The Basics~~~ Lipscuff is exactly what it sounds like - a lip exfoliator, but it does claim to moisturise too. The packaging has changed from the above picture now, but it's still the same product. These days Lipscuff comes with a classy slanted chrome lid, looking very much like an expensive lipstick. The entire thing fits happily into my closed palm, so as you can gather its ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I'm so excited to be writing a review about this product. Firstly, it is not called lipscuff anymore- they've updated it to simple lip exfoliator, and it doesn't have a pointed tip, it's a circular flat top now. Also, the packaging is different- very sleek and professional looking shiny black with chrome outer- very nice! Moving on, I bought this last week as the winter cold has really dried out my lips this year- I wasn't sure what to make of it but the sales girl said that it works brilliantly and she uses it too, to be honest I was still sceptical but bought it anyway. I used this on the night I got it, and applied then rubbed in small circular motions ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/09, updated on 31/08/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I've always loved this offering from the Body Shop. It fills me with nostalgia for my early teen years when I was discovering makeup. Needless to say it is the only product from then that I still use... *PACKAGING* I should point out that the lipscuff no longer looks like the picture above-the Body Shop revamped their makeup range (in fact many of their products) when taken over by L'Oreal, It now comes in a black twist tube with a shiny chrome effect slanted lid. In my opinion this packaging is more attractive, though the previous packaging (above) didn't put me off. The lid "clicks" on thanks to dents in the tube, like most lip sticks, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/08 (Very useful, 368 readings)
At this time of year my lips become quite dry and flaky, and if I don't care for them they become very chapped and bleed at times. I have tried various lip balms and salves but nothing works for me, as the wetness of any balm seems to increase my chapped lips. Now I have found the perfect product, the body shop lip scuff. This will not cure my cracked lips but it certainly helps as it removes excess skin before it has the chance to crack in bad weather. PRODUCT The body shop lip scuff is basically a minty flavoured lip balm with small gritty pieces in it. These gritty pieces are there to help exfoliate any dead of flaky skin ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I bought this product because I always seem to have a line of dry skin on my bottom lip which no matter what I do and how well moisturised my lips are it always comes back. It costs £7.80, so not cheap, but if it works then I think it's worth it. It comes in a really classy looking tube which is black with a shiny silver lid. It looks nothing like the picture above which presumably is the old packaging. It's the basic lipstick style tube which twists up from the bottom. To use it you just gently apply it to the lips, rub them together, then remove any residue with a tissue. The lipscuff is a minty green colour with little brown grains in ... Read the complete review
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