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The Body Shop Born Lippy Lip Balms WATERMELON Review


I was in need for a new lip balm, something that was soft and easy to use and would nourish my lips . I am picky about what I use on my lips and I prefer something that is easy to melt so I wouldn't be using loads of it. I noticed that the Born Lippy collection is half the price and well reviewed, so I decided to try some of them out. I chose watermelon as it is sheer, glossy but colourless, as I wanted to use it for everyday.


It has 6 colour variant: Raspberry, Strawberry, Watermelon, Passionberry, Guava, Satsuma Shimmer.
Our cult lip balm in a pot. Gives colour, flavour and moisture for more kissable lips.
 Moisturises and conditions lips
 Soft pink tint
 Shine finish
 Fruity watermelon flavour


Finding this has answered it all. It glides on smoothly and literally within seconds my lips are left beautifully hydrated and softer than I could have imagined, it's lightly scented but doesn't smell too strongly . I'm just amazed at the hydration and softness that this little pot of lip balm offers. From the packaging, The Body Shop Born Lippy Watermelon is packed with pot plastic container.  I like how they come with very travel friendly packaging. so easy to chuck in your bag or put in a pocket to carry around . Finger dipping is a must when you buy a tub or pot packaging product.


I find these to moisturise very well and some days and do not cause any problems at all.  When on the lips, this is pretty much clear and glossy.  The texture is soft and it gives a great shine . I prefered the other flavours so i gave this lip balm to my Mum and she loved it.


Pros :
Photobucket They're rather purse friendly
Photobucket Come in a variety of fruity scents and colours.
Photobucket My lips are nourished, soft and no dry patches either
Photobucket Easily absorbed
Photobucket Adds gloss

Cons :
Photobucket I was not keen on the smell
Photobucket Little bit sticky
Photobucket Low staying power.
Photobucket Reapplication is needed for maintaining soft lips.
Photobucket Not suitable for extremely dry lips
Photobucket Must dipping my finger when reapplication.

 3/5

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