Review: Burt’s Bees Mango Moisturizing Lip Balm

Ever since this brand landed on SA shores 2 years ago. I have been hooked with every one of my handbags housing a burt’s bees lip balm. Refer to my previous post here where I attended the official launch.

Product Description:

  • One taste of this natural, fruity flavour, and your lips will love you with a passion. The Mango Butter Moisturizing Lip Balm nourishes and smooths for happily hydrated lips. The key ingredients are mango butter and coconut oil.
  • A paradise for your lips. Burt’s Bees Mango Lip Balm is made with Mango Butter, a naturally nourishing balm that smooths dry lips. Hydrate you lips with this tropical twist on moisture.

Fragrance:  Since it is a mango-flavored lip balm, it smells heavenly of mango. However, the fragrance is not at all overpowering at all and fades away after 30 minutes of application.

Texture, Quality and Benefits:  I really love the texture of these balms they are thick, smooth and soft. All ingredients are 100% natural and the products are all cruelty free, it provides a very smooth application in just one stroke The soft buttery texture makes it glide on smoothly without any tugging or pulling on the lips and does not feel heavy or sticky on the lips. It delivers a good level of moisture to the lips and can quickly revive dry chapped lips. The mango butter is the star ingredient which is the ingredient that provides the moisture to the lips. The packaging is a screw up stick so it’s very compact and convenient to use with no hygiene issues where you need to stick your finger in a tub. The only thing which can be a con is the fact that there is no SPF but otherwise I can’t fault this product it is one of the products I consider to be a handbag essential.

Priced from R 75. Available from Dischem and Takealot

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