EOS Lip Balm Review:

Not sure how I’ve lived without my EOS Evolution of Smooth Lip Balm before; it’s my new favourite thing for the month! 

Before I get into what I love about it here’s a list of amazing pro’s this balm has like being gluten-free, paraben- free, petrolatum-free, phthalate-free and its 100% natural and 95% organic, need I say more? 

It’s enriched with shea butter and vitamin E which makes it super creamy, almost like a lotion for the lips. It didn’t leave behind a waxy film like other lip balms I’ve tried in the past; it’s just a feeling of softness. I say its last about 2 hours on your lips before you would want to reapply, but it’s just so darn yummy I find myself reapplying it sooner. 

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I’m in love with the cute little packaging, a fun innovative round pod, something I’ve never seen before. It’s totally cute and there’s something about the rounded shape of the balm that makes it easier to apply to my lips, it also fits better in my hand and applies easily across my lips. In addition, this unique shape makes the sphere really easy to find at the bottom of my purse (for some reason I can never find anything I’m looking for at the botoom of it)? The sphere is made out of this rubberized plastic which makes it non-slippery, yet hard enough that it won’t get damaged at the bottom of your purse, plus it has an easy twist off top for quick opening! 

I got 2 flavors to test out, Sweet Mint that comes in this cool minty green sphere. This flavor is subtly sweet with a hint of mouth watering spearmint; it also gave my lips an invigorating tingle. Next up is their Strawberry Sobet in a cute pinky sphere. This flavor will have you dreaming of a strawberry daiquiri in no time, with its mild, you guessed it, strawberry scent. 

I love that you can mix and match the lids to create fun new colour combos, I will be for sure getting more to add to my collection! 

You can buy them online at www.well.ca 

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3 Comments

  1. Hi there, I think I have a fake vs real EOS situation. I think the real one is the one with a code in the lid. Do your balms have codes?

    • I think you’re okay, none of mine have a code on the lid?

  2. Lip balm or lip salve is a wax-like substance applied topically to the lips of the mouth to relieve chapped or dry lips, angular cheilitis, stomatitis, or cold sores. Lip balm often contains beeswax or carnauba wax, camphor, cetyl alcohol, lanolin, paraffin, and petrolatum, among other ingredients. Some varieties contain dyes, flavor, fragrance, menthol, phenol, salicylic acid, and sunscreens.,;^,

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