November 20, 2013

Carmex Moisture Plus Hydrating Lip Balm

Carmex Moisture Plus SPF15 Hydrating Lip Balm

Us beauty addicts love nothing more than a hard working multi tasking product, right? Well prepare to be very impressed with these multi-tasking heroes. The Carmex Moisture Plus SPF15 Hydrating Lip Balms* are little sticks of lip saving goodness, that are just screaming to be stuffed into stockings this Christmas!

Basically, these are hydrating lip balms formulated with Vitamin E and Aloe to help protect lips from chilly winds and too much kissing under mistletoe this party season. The added SPF15 gives protection against any winter sun whilst the sleek packaging can fit into the teeniest of clutches. The deal breaker though, is the long lasting, glossy and lip plumpingly brilliant tint that’s added.  I’ve got the Pink and Plum shades and both are lovely.

Carmex Moisture Plus SPF15 Hydrating Lip Balm in Pink

The pink is the perfect everyday, subtle lip colour that’s so easy to wear. This has such good pigmentation considering it’s a balm, and the pink shade doesn’t leave my pale skin looking dull or washed out. This is great as it’s easy to apply - no mirror needed - and lasts fairly well. If I’m running out the door I know I can grab this and apply it without worry.

Carmex Moisture Plus SPF15 Hydrating Lip Balm in Plum

My favourite is most definitely the plum. What a gorgeous shade for the festive season. This is such a glossy deep red that’s very easy to build up. If your toying with the idea of trying a dark lip then this is a great introduction as it’s easy to wear, doesn’t smudge and isn’t as harsh as a lipstick. I can’t believe these are only £4.50, the formula is so moisturising and the colour pay off is better than some of the higher end lipsticks I own. If you're doing secret santas this year or are looking for a nice little extra stocking filler for someone, or even just a little treat for yourself then these are perfect!

*PR Sample
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