12 November 2014

Review: Balmi Coconut Lip Balm*

At this time of year the cold weather really starts to take it's toll and my lips become very dry and are in need of some TLC. My usual lip balm of choice is Maybelline Baby Lips but I was wanting to try something different.It's as if somebody could read my thoughts as I was recently lucky enough to be sent the Balmi Coconut Lip Balm* to try.
Balmi Coconut Lip Balm
I really like the packaging of the Balmi Coconut Lip Balm*, the outer is a off-white cube which I find is sturdy enough to throw into my bag on a morning as I rush out of the door. The lip balm also has a little string attached which I suppose you could use to attach it to your keys.To my surprise the lip balm itself isn't shaped like a cube, it is actually what Balmi describe as a 'unique concical' shape applicator. 

The lip balm contains Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil and Vitamin E to hydrate and moisturise lips. It also contains SPF 15 to help to protect from harmful UVA rays.

When I first apply the lip balm I find it can feel a little bit waxy, but once it has been on my lips for a few minutes I no longer find it to be a problem. The lip balm itself smells amazing! Unfortunately it doesn't taste quite as nice as it smells but it doesn't taste horrible (obviously I haven't been eating the lip balm, but I'm sure you understand what I mean.) 

Overall I'm really impressed with this lip balm, so much so that I've actually gone out and bought another one.It leaves my lips feeling moisturised and hydrated which is definitely what I need now we're into Autumn/Winter. 

 The Balmi lip balms are available in a range of scents and can be bought for £4.99 in Boots.

This product was kindly sent to me for review by Product Testing UK. This is not a sponsored post and all opinions are my own.

Have you tried any of the Balmi lip balms?
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