20 August 2012

EOS Lip Balms


A picture of EOS Lip Balms
I don't think an introduction is necessary here. These little colourful spheres are a regular in the blogosphere. You've either tried them, seen them, or want them. These little lip balms stand out from the crowd and I have been lusting after them for a while. An American product only available in the UK in a few ways for double the price, these lip balms are a must for any lip care addict. 


The EOS lipbalms have a blooming good reason to be so raved about, too. 95% organic, 100% natural and paraben and petroleum free, these little sphere wonders are packed with antioxidant-rich vitamin E, soothing shea butter and jojoba oil, keeping your lips moist, soft and sensationally smooth. They also boast to achieve some pretty high standards which promise long-lasting moisture. Sounds good, right? But, are they really worth the hype?

Well personally, I think they are, and in fact, I think they deserve to be raved about more by anyone with a passion for beauty and looking after every aspect of their skin. I am addicted. I hold my hands up - I am an EOS addict and I am not ashamed. I have two, lemon drop and summer fruit. Lemon drop smells very similar to that of the Burt's Bees lemon cuticle creme, with a slightly more dull scent than the Burt's Bees gloriously overpowering scent. The summer fruit EOS balm smells deliciously sweet and very similar to the strawberry and blackcurrant Chewits. I adore the packaging. Perfect spheres, the packaging is smooth and fits perfectly into your hand. The cap twists off and I am in love with the twist and click sound. It's almost as satisfying to hear as the sound of unscrewing a Maybelline 24Hr Color Tattoo pot. The EOS balms glide on easily, as boasted by the EOS brand, and leave my lips feeling soft and smooth. I'm been applying these constantly, because they are just that blooming lovely! And I know I will be on the hunt for the other four flavours available as soon as I can! 

A picture of EOS Lip Balms
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