I don't want to bog everyone down with a huge review on basically what is a tinted lip balm,
so I'll keep this review short and sweet.
I wanted to theme this one but could I find a Quince? No.
What the heck is a Quince anyway haha?

Korres lip butters are slightly tinted lip balms that have a high gloss finish,
they moisturise and add a hint of colour to the lips but do not have any medicinal values.
If the potted version of these balms freak you out a little,
you can purchase these in a traditional stick form...more hygienic and all!

Each lip butter is a blend of Shea butter and rice wax, free of petroleum jelly.
In my opinion Korres lip butters are some of the softest balms available,
they melt with first contact of skin and feel buttery soft too and are not sticky at all.

Quince is a deep pink red in potted form - a raspberry pink hue
however when applied to the lips it takes on a bright blue pink tone.
It is a really pretty shade and a lovely way to incorporate a bright shade without going the full hog!
The only thing I dislike is the highly artificial almost plastic scent
I have no idea what a Quince is but this smells slightly like passion fruit?
Luckily once on the lips it is undetectable but it is still disappointing in that aspect.
The great thing about these lip butters is they look great layered over lipsticks
and although they may not heal the lips they do a great job of hydrating at a purse friendly price.

Product Summary
Round Up - A soft  lip balm that does not heal but instead adds a hint of colour and keeps the lips soft throughout the day.
Best For - Those who like tinted lip balms and do not need a balm to heal.
Pigmentation - (6/10) Which I think is good going for a tinted lip balm.
Availability - You can buy these from feelunique.com - link for £5.40