Carmex Cold Sore Reliever & Lip Moisturizer Reviews
Product Type: Carmex makeup
Description:Brand: Carmex / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisturiser / Subcategory: Lip Balm / Suitable for: Lip / What it does: ... more
Newest Review: ... Australia and this is where I first came across Carmex for cold sores. I started using it at the beginning of my holiday ... more
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Customer Carmex Cold Sore Reliever & Lip Moisturizer Reviews (36)
by - written on 02/09/07 (Very useful, 189 readings)
Carmex is truly an essential product for anyone who has ever experienced dry and chapped lips and even for those merely after smooth, luscious looking lips. Many refer to the product as a lip balm, a beauty product but I tend to think of it more as a medical necessity. This is perhaps to do with the retro packaging. Carmex products have unfussy and understated packaging, a refreshing change from the screaming, in your face tactics employed by most other cosmetics. This gives carmex a simplicity that demands trust. The lack of gimmicks gives an honest air that evokes confidence, it shows the product inside is so great it needs no great advertising. Combined ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/02/04, updated on 29/02/04 (Very useful, 417 readings)
OK here goes.......First of all i have to say i cannot live without my carmex lip balm - It is amazing!!! I have at least a pot in nearly every handbag. I buy mine from Boots or superdrug-ive noticed oasis(clothes) started to sell them too. It is NOT tested on Animals- all tests are done by chemical analysis!!! *Packaging* It comes in a small white pot with a metal yellow lid - which has black writing on. It looks quite clincal and a bit old fashioned -but dont let this deter you. This probably makes it suitable for men too as its not pink and girlie - all my male friends ask ALL the time - can i borrow your carmex shell - in fact im always saying here ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/12, updated on 11/12/12 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I love Carmex lip balm, I've been using it for absolutely years and years now, and I always stock up on it when we go on holiday to the US. Carmex is a fraction of the cost over there, compared to the extortionate prices they charge here. Carmex lip balms are $1.39 normally in the US, I bought mine from Walgreens last time where they had a buy 3 for $3.00 offer, so I ended up buying 12!! Compared to the prices here in Boots where just the one Carmex lip balm is £2.69, then I've saved a fortune. You can buy Carmex in either the original jars (a bit like a tin of vaseline - and pictured above), the tubes (a bit like a small Lancome Juicy Tube), and the sticks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
My lips get chapped and dry every winter without fail. I usually stick to Vaseline (the little tubs) or Nivea lip balm, and although they tend to improve the condition of my lips for a couple of days, they don't tend to relieve the itching and redness and to be honest, I think my lips have become sort of immune to them! However, my Mum recently picked up this product after a friend recommended it to her. It cost £2.39 for a 7.5g tub (this doesn't sound a lot but it does go a long way!) The Carmex tub is full of a pale yellow balm, which has a texture similar to that of Vaseline although a little thicker. The smell and taste of Carmex is not by any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/09, updated on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 117 readings)
After I returned home from Cyprus two weeks ago my lips were in a state which I can only describe as disgusting. A week in the sun with no lip balm, then a flight home which I was blasted for five hours by extreme air condition had left my lips dry, cracked and even slightly scabby I am ashamed to say. In fact I was so ashamed when I woke up and looked in the mirror that I sent Mr Lools out to Asda to get me something to address the problem of my scabby lips. In my panic I didn't advice Mr Lools what brand to buy so I was extremely pleased when he returned home with Carmex lip balm. In fact if my lips were not so scabby then I would have kissed him!! ... Read the complete review
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