5. (Tied for fifth) Rosebud Perfume Co.
1. How often did you find yourself reapplying the lip balm?
A couple of times a day sporadically. I also made sure to apply it in the morning when I woke up and before bed.2. How did it feel on your lips?
At first, the product just sat on top of my lips but I think my skin became a little acclimated to it and actually started absorbing, which was better. It feels silky and hydrating, but if I accidentally over do it, it can get a little messy and greasy. So, I would say that if you decide to use this, less is more. 3. Have you noticed any change in the dryness of your lips throughout the two week process?
I'm usually good about keeping my lips moisturized as one of my beauty fears is having chapped lips, but I think the salve did make my lips more ... kissable, if I may. Also after it settles in, it gives my lips a nice sheen that's not too crazy and actually makes my lips look naturally hydrated. 4. How would you rate it on a scale from 1-5?
I would say a 3.75. It's great BUT one thing is that the canister can be so hard to open sometimes. If my hands were remotely wet or oily, it would take a while. Although once it's opened enough, the friction works with you and it's cool. Also sometimes I could do without the smell/taste. Other times I loved it and thought it was mad luxurious. 5. Would you recommend it to a friend?
Sure, why not -- especially if they're shopping at their local Urban Outfitters and want something different than their normal Carmex or something. It's also cool looking, so I understand the appeal. LOOK CHIC WITH YOUR LIP BALM. Smith's Rosebud Salve, $6