Palmers Cocoa Butter Formula Lip Balm Reviews
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Customer Palmers Cocoa Butter Formula Lip Balm Reviews (42)
by - written on 29/01/08 (Very useful, 240 readings)
I usually use Vaseline on my lips when they get dry, however a few months ago I read about Palmers Cocoa Butter Formula lip balm and I just had to try it!! ~About the lip butter~ The lip butter comes in a small white tube squeezy tube, and when you unscrew the lid, it has an angled tip for application. It is dark chocolate and peppermint flavour, which I think is the main reason I bought it - it just sounded so delicious!! It also contains vitamin E and promises to sooth and soften lips. ~My opinion~ The angled tip makes the product easy to apply - it's almost similar to the tubes you get lip gloss in. The product itself is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/12 (Very useful, 68 readings)
At this time of year with the cold weather I notice a considerable difference in my skin and how my lips feel. I end up getting ill at this time of year normally too so I try to do what I can to take care of my lips and the rest of my body to stop myself looking tired and like I need some sun! I actually have several lip balms that I use regularly but the Palmers cocoa butter formula one always ends up on my shopping list at this time of the year. I picked up this lip balm in Boots for £1.89 but there was a 3 for 2 offer on lip care (that is running again at the moment). This is a reasonable price and also allowed me to stock up on some other products too while the offer Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/13 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I tend to suffer from very dry lips so as a result I always carry a lip balm around in my bag for those days when you need a moisture boost. Since deciding that Vaseline probably wasn't for me I have been searching for a new lip balm and during my search came across the cocoa butter lip balm from Plamers. I used to use their swivel stick (I think that was what it was called it was a fattish tube of their cocoa butter which could be carried in your bag for dry areas such as elbows and lips) but have since discontinued that I thought I would try the lip balm. ***Packaging*** They've just changed the packaging to a more oval shape but the one I have is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/12 (Very useful, 9 readings)
I have been using Palmers products for years now, having discovered them in my early teens. I absolutely love the smell and consistency of their moisturisers and always find myself with a tube or two in reserve. I do buy lip balms every now and then, liking to distribute them across my belongings. I generally have one or two in my handbag, some in my make up box, a couple in my bedside table and some in my box of toiletries. I find it handy to have them hanging around as you never know when you might need one. I also have a range of brands and a real price range represented in the ones I own. I like to experiment by trying different ones and though I have my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/12 (Very useful, 29 readings)
On my search for a decent lip balm after passing the usual Vaseline, Carmex and Nivea i came across Palmers. Now i thought they only did body lotions so i was pleasently suprised to find this product. I decided to go ahead with this one. I purchased it from Superdrug for just £1.80 which is cheaper then other products like Carmex. The range did also include a dark chocolate balm but this wasn't included in the cocoa butter formula range. So the packaging was in a cardboard wraper before i got to the balm which i liked as i could see nobody had got into the product before me, always a bonus! The pack was very informative and gave me a good list of the ... Read the complete review
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