Monday, May 11, 2015

Balm Chicky Balm Balm

i'm so excited today because my brother officially enlisted in the National Guard! it's a huge step for him, and i think it will go a long way towards making him a better life in the future. he even got into the section he wanted which works with computers... it's just awesome :D

today i have a new all natural lip balm brand to share with you all. it's called Balm Chicky Balm Balm and originally debuted on the tv show Shark Tank... although it wasn't picked up on there, the brand struck out on its own and is getting their product in Target stores across the US! i love that! i also love their cute 70s vibe packaging and marketing :)




i was sent the Wild Mountain Honey and Clementine and the Sweet Baby Ginger flavors to review... i love getting the opportunity to try out brands i might never have heard of otherwise! Wild Mountain Honey and Clementine smells strongly of honey, i don't get very much a citrus vibe from it. Sweet Baby Ginger smells just like spicy ginger... i love it :) 





the tubes and the balm itself are much larger than traditional balms, feels like two or three times the size! i wasn't sure if i would like super-size... but i do! it's so easy and comfortable to swipe on the lips. the balms apply very smoothly after the first couple applications... i find most balms have hardened wax at the very top. they are slick on the lips, not sticky at all. these aren't 'slimy' (for lack of a better word) to use at night for me, i like something ultra thick at night. you will need to reapply after eating or more often if you rub your lips together constantly like it do! that's a nervous habit i just can't kick.

perhaps the most exciting thing about Balm Chicky Balm Balms is their Friend End... the other side of the tube opens up and has a little pot of balm perfect for sharing. that way you don't have share the same tube when someone around you needs lip balm... it's genius! i also love the Friend End to use on my cuticles... these balms make great, easy to use cuticle moisturizers.




you can find and purchase Balm Chicky Balm Balms at their website, http://balmchicky.com/, and some Target stores, currently they aren't on Target's website. check on the Balm Chicky to see if any Targets near you have them yet! the closet store to me doesn't have them yet, i'm hoping they'll get them. they retail for $7.

have you tried Balm Chicky Balm Balm yet? what did you think?? Ria :)


:: these products were provided to me for review. these are my honest opinions. ::

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