These slim-packaged lip balms are quite nice for the price (below $5), and the SPF 15 is a much appreciated touch, especially in the summer when lips are exposed to sun damage yet often neglected in the sunscreen process.
The shade featured in this review is a Touch of Bronze, which is a bit misleading as it a peachy-nude with a touch of pinkness to it that would likely be MLBB to many people. It's very wearable and goes with both cooler and warmer complexions, as well as a nice substitute to nude lips when I forget my MAC Hug Me lipstick or Maybelline Nude Blush (both pinky-nude HG lipstick shades). It's very sheer though and the taste/texture reminds me of the Burt's Bees Lip Shimmers without the excessive shimmer and "smushy" texture that lends to sloppy application.
There is a slight mintiness to it, and the shade selection is nice enough. Issues with the packaging have arisen though, as the plastic twist-up dial cracked on one and the actual edge of the package that the cap closes onto came off completely on another. For $3.50, it's hard to complain, but product is wasted once the packaging renders it unusuable.
As for the other shades: Clear (self explanatory), Touch of Cranberry is actually a cool borderline fuschia, Touch of Plum is a warmer red-plum shade, Touch of Caramel is a red-brown that borders closer to earthy brown, and my favorite Touch of Bronze is a soft, sheer peachy-nude shade that is the most wearable and flattering on my NC20 complexion.