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Suganda Sweet Orange Lip Balm
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Lip balms are our best friends throughout the year and during winters they become more like friends, infact more of a need that just canâ€™t be ignored. Keeping this in mind Envy box included this lip balm. I love lipsticks a lot and this makes me a complete digger for lip care products. I have many lip balms all half used, because in the mid way I get a new lip balm to try.
Today I shall review Suganda Sweet Orange lip balm. I had huge expectations with this lip balm and since it was a part of envy box it made me expect even more. Read on to know if the lip balm stood by all my expectations.
About Suganda Sweet Orange Lip Balm:
A Sweet Orange smelling Lip Balm that is enriched with plant butters and extracts to take care of your dry lips. SWEET ORANGE- SOFTENING.
Ingredients: Beeswax, Cocoa Butter, Avocado Oil, Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Sweet Orange Essential Oil, Calendula.
Price: INR 600
You can buy similar flavored orange lip balm from Flipkart.com here .
Net Wt: 10 gm
Shelf Life: 12 months
My experience with Suganda Sweet Orange Lip Balm:
Packaging: I received a full size variant of the lip balm. The lip balm comes in a tiny plastic transparent pot which has a white colored plastic shield to protect the lip balm. It also has a white colored cap which screw opens. The packaging looked quite sturdy and is travel friendly but is a bit unhygienic.
Texture: It is a yellow colored non-tinted lip balm and has a stiff texture. The whole winters I noticed the lip balm it stayed in a frozen state, like how butter goes in a frozen state when refrigerated. It takes some seconds to melt on lips after receiving the warmth of fingers.
Fragrance: I do not at all like the smell that this lip balm has. Not any orange scent but a mix of all the ingredients. I remember how I literally exclaimed â€˜YUCKâ€™ when I first used this lip balm. Thatâ€™s a personal opinion you might just like the smell but for it was bad. But to keep my sense pleased the smell vanishes soon.
My Take: Well to me this is just a usual lip balm that maintains the health of lips and do not let them dry, but just in case if you have chapped lips and you want to use this lip balm as a treatment, then I sadly will have to tell you that this lip balm will take its own sweet time to heal the lips probably more than what you will ever want.
This lip balm needs to be applied may be after every 2-3 hours if you have dry lips. I do not like using this in day time since it is not tinted and more over due to the stiff texture. What I do is I layer lots of lip balm in night to wake up with soft and hydrated lips the next morning. I also use this lip balm beneath the matte lipsticks at times.
Overall this is a decent lip balm with all natural ingredients which works in keeping in lips moisturized and hydrated, but to use this as a treatment you just might get a better option at INR 600.
What I Like About Suganda Sweet Orange Lip Balm:
- Keeps lips moisturized.
- Travel friendly, sturdy packaging.
What I Donâ€™t Like About Suganda Sweet Orange Lip Balm:
- Does not do much to heal chapped lips.
- Weird smell.
- Stiff texture, though it melts in seconds.
- Due to the texture, the lip balm always digs in my nail which is very unhygienic.
Will I Recommend: This is just a usual lip balm with nothing wow, so not really a recommended product.
Have you tried Suganda Sweet Orange Lip Balm?
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