As you’ll know Lush lip balm is often overshadowed by the more popular products such as the bath bombs and bubble bars. For the longest time lip balms where ignorantly not on my Lush radar. When it comes to lip products I am extremely fussy, I prefer those with a gentle fragrance and taste. As a sufferer of severe bouts of nausea and migraines I can never be too careful.
I had heard that this lip balm in particular was good and most importantly, had all of the qualities I favour. It was therefore only a matter of time before I let my nose inspect it.
Rose Lollipop Lip Balm has a very delicate fruity, floral-rose scent. I was at first a little taken aback, it was better than I had expected. I had initially thought it was going to be very similar to Lush’s much-loved winter scent, Rose Jam. I love the Rose Jam scent and always have several products that have its scent at hand, I however wasn’t sure Rose Jam would be as likeable on my lips. By all means, Rose Lollipop is a rose-scent that is quite similar to Rose Jam, it however has a slight citrus-fruit undertone making it quite a unique and desirable scent for me in particular.
Rose Lollipop Lip Balm not only satisfied my lip balm needs with its soft and likeable scent, it also hydrated and moisturised my notoriously dry, chapped lips perfectly.
Out of all of the Lush lip balms I have tried Rose Lollipop is by far the best suited one for me. A little goes a very long way, its dinky size also means that I can always have it with me whether that is in my bag or pocket.
Although lip balms aren’t the most exciting or popular Lush products, I totally recommend trying out a few of their alternative products, Lush Cosmetics has so much more than bath bombs to offer, don’t miss out!