Review: Korres Lip Butter

Category: , , , , , , / 8/17/2013
One of the first steps when I apply makeup on a client is to apply lip balm, as it helps hydrate even the driest lips to create a smoother lip color application. However, stick balms don't provide the most sanitary application, so I tend to prefer potted balms since it is much easier to scoop out a small amount and apply with a brush. One of the potted balms I've included in my kit is Korres Lip Butter.

Pros:
  • Soft, buttery texture
  • Easy to apply with a brush
  • Available in both tinted and sheer shades
  • Light, fruity scents
  • Retail availability
Cons:
  • More expensive than other balms
Summary:
This balm smells great and is very hydrating. I often used the sheerer shades of this lip butter on my female clients and reserved the plainer balms for the men. I love how this lip butter is formulated to be vegan. I was surprised to see this rates about a 4 on EWG Skin Deep database, but this is likely due to the use of an unspecified fragrance. The ingredients aren't the most natural-sounding, but otherwise are fairly gentle. As with all potted balms, I highly recommend applying with freshly washed hands. I like the range of colors, and enjoy the smooth application. If you are looking for a quality potted balm with fairly gentle ingredients and tinted options, this is a nice option.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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