How are you all? Today, I’ll be reviewing a product, The Body Shop Born Lippy Lip Balm Stick.
And so I blab!
Our cult lip balm in a stick format. Gives lips a pop of colour, a shot of moisture and a soft shine.
- Moisturises and conditions lips.
- Light pink tint.
- Subtle shine.
- Fruity berry flavour.
- Community Fair Trade marula oil from Namibia.
- Community Fair Trade beeswax from Cameroon.
Our Community Fair Trade marula oil comes from the ripened fruit of the marula tree in Namibia. The fruits are hand-selected and the nuts are extracted and allowed to dry in the sun. The moisture-rich kernels are cold-pressed by hand to release the oil.
My Experience with The Body Shop Lip Balm Stick – Pink Berry:
So, every weekend, I try to drop by in Delhi, crashing at my roomies house and having a blast in general. So, I was there again last weekend and because my roomies house is close to Select City Walk, we go there every time, and went again this time. 😀
A month before, I had lost my wallet (my beautiful purple Charles & Keith, I miss you, baby) and along with that went all my loyalty cards. So, I had to drop by at The Body Shop to get mine re-issued and at the check-out corner, they had tantalizingly arranged their selection of famous Born Lippy Lip Balms but in stick form. Hallelujah! The one and only part I hate about their Born Lippy balms is the hygiene factor as you must dip in your hand and scoop out the product, leaving a film of balm on your pinky finger, but thankfully, because of this twist that problem will finally be over.
The lip balm comes in a lip-stick style twist-up form. It has a transparent cap with comic-esque speech bubbles saying various things like “LOL”, “HIMYM”, “OMG!” etc. I picked up their pink berry balm which said “OOOH” and looked pretty cute. So, the pink berry balm is sheer (thank God because I am not too much of a fan of tinted balms, they don’t really suit me) and has an incredible staying power. A lot of times I put it on and go to sleep and wake up the next morning with it still on! It moisturizes my lips well. However, I do miss the thick consistency of the Born Lippy lip balm pots.
It has a cute packaging and it’s small and easy to carry. The plastic cap is tight and secure. Although, I do wish it had some SPF protection.
Pros of The Body Shop Lip Balm Stick – Pink Berry:
- Sweet smell.
- Sheer balm, no tint.
- Great moisturization.
- Nice packaging and travel friendly.
- Hygienic! 😀
- Great staying power.
Cons of The Body Shop Lip Balm Stick – Pink Berry:
- No SPF content. 🙁
- Smell doesn’t last too long.
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