E.L.F. Therapeutic Conditioning Balm Reviews
Product Type: ELF makeup
Description:Brand: ELF / Balm / Type: Lip Balm / Subcategory: Balm / What it does: Nourishes, regenerates, Protects / Salvation for parched lips / This innovative balm coats lips with natural nutrients and skin soothers to condition even the most sensitive lips / Infused ... more
Newest Review: ... and Availability This lip balm is a steal at just £1.50 for a 2g tube. I think that this is a great price for a lip balm, ... more
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Last Update 12.12.2013 14:23
Customer E.L.F. Therapeutic Conditioning Balm Reviews (9)
by - written on 02/11/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I always like to have a lip balm handy whether it is in my handbag when I am out and about or just whether I keep one stashed away in my makeup bag. As elf were having a sale I thought I would give their therapeutic conditioning balm a try, as it's normal price was £1.50 and sale price was only 75p I didn't have much to lose even if I did really hate it. PACKAGING When your lip balm arrives it will come in a blister pack for protection, it is easy to open and provides all of the relevant information such as ingredients etc. For any of you that do want to know the ingredients for allergies here they are: Paraffinium Liquidum ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
~~~~~~~~~ Balm addiction ~~~~~~~~~ I'm a bit of a lipbalm addict so it was a no-brainer for me to chuck in a few of these little lipbalm sticks when I was doing an E.L.F. shop recently. For those of you who aren't familiar with E.L.F., it stands for Eyes Lips Face and is a company that was launched in America. As it has no high street presence it manages to sell the vast majority of its cosmetics for the super-cheap price of £1.50! ~~~~~~~~ A nice price? ~~~~~~~~ I guess it could be argued that £1.50 for a lipbalm isn't *that* cheap, as you can usually pick up Chapsticks or similar for around the same price, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/12/10 (Very useful, 70 readings)
E.L.F. Therapeutic Conditioning Balm Before I really begin this review I would like to point out that in general I am a fan of ELF cosmetics, some of their products can be a bit of a hit or miss on quality, but they do have some fantastic items to offer, especially when you consider the price of a lot of their ranges. I first heard about ELF cosmetics from a friend who had got me a few bits for my birthday, I then of course started to notice the odd review pop up on here so I decided to give it a try. ELF offer a wide range of makeup as well as mineral makeup and their own Studio range based makeup. What really caught my attention was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Recently I needed a few items from E.L.F and whilst there I noticed this Therapeutic Conditioning Lip Balm for the usual tiny amount of £1.50 and decided to buy one. There are 4 different flavours available; vanilla creme, strawberry creme, orange creme and blackberry creme but oddly the blackberry creme has a raspberry fragrance! It's not just my sense of smell either it's listed as having a raspberry fragrance. Each different flavour is a different colour but they do seem to go on the lips as a clear balm. I chose the odd blackberry creme with it's raspberry fragrance which is a purple colour and it doesn't make my lips purple at all. It does smell like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/09, updated on 15/09/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I first tried e.l.f. cosmetics after reading reviews on Dooyoo and on beauty forums and have been using the brand for a couple of years now. One of the first products I tried from the range was the therapeutic conditioning balm. e.l.f stands for eyes, lips, face and they are a company that started in the USA. Their big selling point is that all their products are very reasonably priced, with the basic range costing just £1.50 and their Studio range costing £3.50 for most items, but they say they do not compromise on quality. I'm sure you will agree that given the current economic climate that is what a lot of us are looking for in a brand. The ... Read the complete review
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