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Handmade by Davina Chocolate Lip Balm

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Brand: Handmade by Davina / Type: Lip Balm / Subcategory: Hand Balm / Suitable for: Hand / What it does: regenerates,

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      23.05.2011 17:22
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      Good quality natural lip balm at a good price.

      I've used a lot of lip balms in the past, searching for the perfect answer to chapped lips. Either they were too heavy, or too light (I tend to only remember to use it when my lips are chapped already), or just too expensive.

      This is handmade in Scotland from natural ingredients, and at £2.99 for 10ml, comparable to any supermarket brand pricewise.

      Ingredients are:
      Beeswax, coconut oil, cocoa butter, sweet almond oil, vitamin E oil and chocolate oil.

      My order arrived a couple of days after I placed it, and I opened it to find the elegant packaging as shown in the picture. I was slightly surprised that the balm was white not brown, but it has a definite chocolate aroma.

      On use, I found that that scent transforms into a lovely flavour, like actual chocolate not like chocolate flavour items usually are. Not too sweet, not too bitter, and not too strong, just right.

      In prolonged use, I find that the balm is just that, soothing on the lips, even on very chapped lips. Its not greasy, but light so you can just forget about it when it's on, but it both softens chapped lips and protects against further damage. You only need a tiny bit, as well, so a jar will last for ages.

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