mypure Review – Lip Salve

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For my latest mypure review I chose to order a couple of lip salves from two different brands available on the site – Gwdihw and Barefoot Botanicals.

mypure Lip Balms

Gwdihw Vanilla Smoochy Lips Balm

This small tin of lip balm has a really sweet vanilla scent that is good enough eat. (Please note: I did not eat it!) It is a solid balm but rubbing your finger across the surface a few times picks up enough to coat your lips.  I’ve had my tin a few weeks and it still seems like I’ve not used much, so the £4.49 it costs to buy is well worth it.

I like tins of lip balm, they look nice sat on a desk or next to the bed. They also make lovely gifts don’t they – and the cute Gwdihw packaging helps with that too. A lip balm I definitely recommend treating yourself or someone else to.

Find it on the mypure website: http://www.mypure.co.uk/gwdihw-goody-hoo-b167/vanilla-smoochy-lips-balm-p1528

Gwdihw Vanilla Smoochy Lips Balm

Barefoot Botanicals Rosa Fina Smooth

This penetrating lip balm uses rosa mosqueta and jojoba balm to do the work, and is fragranced with sweet rose and spicy cardomom. A much more liquid lip salve than the tin of Gwdihw, this one comes in a tube with an applicator at the end to help spread it over the lips.

It is actually quite lovely. The scent is very pleasant and the effect is almost like a lip gloss but without being at all sticky. At £12.95 it is more of a luxury product, but it’s got me hooked. One to keep in your handbag.

Find it on the mypure website: http://www.mypure.co.uk/barefoot-botanicals-rosa-fina-b99/smooch-penetrating-lip-salve-p775

Barefoot Botanicals Rosa Fina Smooch

Disclaimer: I am part of the mypure blogging scheme which means I can choose a couple of products each month to try for free. I pay the postage, which mypure donates to charity. I have not been told what to write and I have been no less honest as a result. 

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