Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Fushi Organic Hydrating Lip Balm - Review

With the chilly weather on the way it's time to start looking and investing in some proper lip care
and this Autumn/Winter I have decided to take the natural route and Fushi's Organic Lip Balm
fits the bill perfectly with plenty of natural oils and ingredients to boot!

"A cooling and refreshing organic lip balm packed with oils to protect, hydrate and nourish the lips. This lip balm has been designed using Avocado oil, Peppermint and Geranium essential oil. 
The Avocado is one of the most moisturising oils. 
Peppermint and Geranium are healing and soothing to dry lips."

The balm is really thick but not at all uncomfortable and it feels light and hydrating on my lips,
it has a lovely fresh minty scent with a floral kick due to the geranium oil.
The avocado oil and shea butter deeply nourish the lips with a slight sheen
without feeling greasy. I can not comment on if repairs any broken skin as my lips
are actually in surprisingly decent condition for once but all signs point to this 
being my to go to winter lip balm.

Fushi Organic Hydrating Lip Balm* £5.05/10ml - link

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  1. This lipbalm looks lovely, i'm really into lipbalms lately because of the everchanging weather!

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  2. looks great!:)

  3. I got this in a beauty box a while ago, I can't stand the smell though, way to herbally for me!

  4. It almost looks like a Nuxe dupe the way it's been packaged and made. I will have to try this, it's a great reasonable price! xo


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