Personally, I don’t find these to be the most moisturizing product…so I shouldn’t really be featuring it in the winter. However I do use it over another balm (though I guess it defeats the purpose), so I figured I would.
In any case, I ventured quite late in to the Korres Lip Butter Game. I got in to it late summer of 2012? Somewhere around there, cause I know it was a few months that I started using it before buying a few more to use as gifts for friends last Christmas.
I like to stick with these two, as they are the more pigmented ones of the bunch.
So whats up with these?
KEY FEATURES & BENEFITS
A rich buttery lip balm that melts on the lips and offers a shiny, tinted finish, available in 7 different shades.
-Rich butter leaves lips deeply moisturized, supple and kissably soft.
-Formulated with natural oils and extracts to soothe and condition lips.
-Packed with a shiny, juicy pop of color.
-Ideal for dry lips.
From the website
Quince on the left, and Wild Rose on the right.
I like that they provide colour, while supposedly moisturizing. A product that I did reach for often during the summer, and Wild Rose is actually my second pot, there was a sale and I was able to pick up two for $10 each back then.
You can find them currently at Sephora for $16, which is pricey. Had I not gotten Quince from my friend who went to Greece, I wouldn’t have gotten more. I’d rather buy something tinted, but still moisturizing for me, and buy 3 for that price (one that comes to mind is Burt’s Bees)
In any case, cause I like the colour, I use it over Carmex at the moment. Colour without having to require a mirror for immaculate application :) Who wants to deal with mirrors when it is freezing out there!?
Okay…enough out of me. When this post goes up, I will be in class, probably thankful that I am warm and toasty. Who knows.
By the way, check out yesterday’s post for a giveaway :)
*Some of the products featured in this post were given to me by a friend, while others were purchased with my own funds. Views and opinions are my own*