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Caudalie Lip Conditioner (review)

Caudalie Lip Conditioner

An antioxidant-rich, moisturizing lip conditioner that provides soft lips and lasting comfort.
Concentrated with moisturizing active ingredients plus antioxidant grape polyphenols and repairing apricot oil, this balm leaves lips soft, repaired, and protected.

This product is formulated without Parabens, Sulfates, Phthalates and does not contain animal ingredients nor is not tested on animals.

Color: Creamy white 

Texture and Consistency: Light weight, non sticky, non waxy balm in a stick

Scent: I don't like the scent. It smells rancid. I am not sure, if this is the case with my tube or the product itself smells strange.

Application: I like to use a thin layer of this on my lips directly from the tube. Not the most sanitary way in my opinion. I prefer lip balms in tube. The product itself is light weight and hence a swipe or two is enough to coat the full lips.

Feel and Effect on Lips: This does not feel heavy on the lips. The light weight texture makes it easy to spread the product and the natural oils are well absorbed. The lips feel well hydrated and nourished. It smooths out fine lines and makes the lips soft. It is difficult to apply lipstick on top of it, due to the slip, but it does prepare lips for smoother application of lipstick if applied an hour before.

Packaging: I am not a huge fan of the packaging. The tube is made of very cheap plastic. It is like lipstick where the product comes out on twisting. The design is not the most sanitary one. Also the product is prone to melting in warm weather, making a huge goopy mess!

Caudalie Lip Conditioner (review)

Verdict: I have noticed that many lip balms tend to peel my lips, especially the ones that contain SPF. Also, if the over apply or layer the lip balm multiple times during day, my lips dry. This does not peel my lips nor make them dry in longer run. It keeps them soft and nourished. This is probably the major reason I am OK with design flaw and crappy scent. One last note, this won't work on sore, blistered lips caused by severe weather.

A few other Lip balms that I have tried in the past
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