Carmex Lip Balm Reviews
Product Type: Carmex makeup
Newest Review: ... from many other retailers. It is also available in original flavour as well as the Cherry. =The Cherry Tube= The tune was ... more
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Customer Carmex Lip Balm Reviews (35)
by - written on 30/04/13, updated on 30/04/13 (Very useful, 15 readings)
My lips get really dry and sore unless I keep them moisturised so I always make sure that I have a lip balm handy. I have a few of the Carmex lip balms including the cherry flavoured one and the original one. Both of the ones that I have come in the cute little squeezy tubes and I use them all the time. I must admit that although I like the Carmex lip balms, I do prefer the lip balms that come in a waxy, solid sort of form rather than a thick gel like substance like these ones do. Nevertheless though they're really moisturising! I think I paid about £2.50 for each lip balm which is a bit on the pricy side compared to some of my other lip balms ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
A few months ago I was complaining about dry, chapped lips and how I've tried so many lip balms but nothing under the sun seemed to work. A colleague recommended Carmex lip balms to me and at the time I was unaware of their existence. -- THE BRAND -- Carmex have actually been around a lot longer than I thought. The first lip balm was cerated in 1937 by Alfred Woelbing in the family home. He and his wife continued to make the lip balm by hand for the next 20 years which they poured into yellow capped jars, as they still appear today. It is still a family owned company that has been passed down through generations, although it isn't made at their house ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I have this condition (that I diagnosed myself with I hasten to add!) whereby my lips are constantly dry and I'm forever applying some kind of lip balm/lip gloss in order to put my mind at ease as licking my lips only ever seems to make it worse! I have numerous lip balms and lip treatments lying around in each handbag, in my car, in my draw at work etc and carmex is one of these I can't live without! Carmex classic balm contains ingredients such as menthol, camphor and beeswax. I find these ingredients combined help to soften my lips, allowing them to be fully moisturised, and so my lips do not require constant re-application of this lip balm. When using ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/11 (Very useful, 82 readings)
***Why I want the product?*** With the colder weather looming over us my lips as always are taking a battering. My lips are dry all year round but obviously more so in the winter months. I have tried what I thought to be great products from a well-known high street brand, which unfortunately did not live up to their high expectations, I needed another, something I am ashamed to say I have never used before and something that always gets raves reviews. It had to be Carmex. ***About the product*** Carmex lip balm helps to restore the natural moisture that weather and air conditioning can suck right out of your lips. Without their natural moisture, your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/11 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I have always been aware of Carmex lip balms and have heard many people recommend them but for some reason, I have never got round to trying Carmex until now! Carmex lip balms come in a range of flavours including strawberry, cherry, mint, peach and original and they come in little pots, squeezy tubes and sticks. The Carmex I am reviewing today is the Mint version, in a squeezy tube. Carmex Mint comes in a 10g squeezy plastic yellow tube with a green screw top lid. The balm comes out of a hole at the top and can be applied directly to the lips. The balm is a transparent pale yellow colour and fairly thick with a slightly oily feel although I wouldn't ... Read the complete review
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