As lip balms go this one feels very luxurious. It come in a lovely frosted glass jar and the fact you get 15g of product makes it feel surprisingly heavy.
The balm itself is thick and almost wax like, it is the thickest lip balm i've ever used but still applies easily. The ingredients include honey and essential oils which means it really does moisturise the lips rather than just coating them and not actually solving the problem of dry lips (vaseline).
The balm has a strong orangey scent to it almost like a Terry's Chocolate Orange! I personally enjoy the scent but I know some people will be put off by this.
All in all this lip balm has and will be a savior for me during the colder months and is now a staple part of my evening skincare routine. I use it mainly in the evening by massaging a thick layer over my lips and by the time I wake up my lips feel lovely and soft. It also works great under lipsticks to stop them drying your lips out.
I would highly recommend anyone getting this lip balm because it is truely amazing and as good as everyone says it is. If the price tag is putting you off the amount of product you get compared to other lip balms it actually works out as a pretty reasonable price.
Nuxe Reve De Miel Lip Balm retails for £9.50.
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