It's an OK lip balm, the hydration is enough for my rarely dry lips. It's unscented and doesn't make my lips peel (Labello classic does this for me). I wouldn't pay more than 5 euros for it (mine cost 3 euros).
Bought this lip balm because I love other La Roche Posay products. I like this. It is definitely unscented, unflavored, and really gentle (good for sensitivities) which I like. It just feels a little thin or something though, doesn't feel creamy enough when it's on. I prefer the Nivea (Labello) in the dark blue tube, which is creamier. But I think I generally like lip balms that are heavier than most people like, so this might be perfect for someone else! My bottom line is, if I couldn't get the Nivea, I'd go for this.
Transforms the 4 signs of dry, sensitive lips:
- pulling, (yes)
- fragility, (yes)
- fineness, (n/a - not an issue for me)
- chapping (yes)
Non-greasy FINE STICK BALM texture immediately absorbed by the skin. (mostly)
£5.65 (lloyds pharmacy), $15.95 (cvs) for 4.7 ml/0.15 oz.
It does feel nice on and it does sink in. I did find I had to reapply but the formula is one of the better ones. It is moisturizing and it does help. For a while this was my HG but has since been replaced by Bariederm Levres (by Uriage) which I find is more hydrating.
Very sturdy and the lid does not pop off. Minimalistic but it does not become grubby.
It's surprisingly difficult to find unscented lip balms suitable for sensitive skin, so I was happy to try this out. Upon application it feels immediately soothing and comforting without being overly greasy, and it is very gentle both on lips and the surrounding skin. I live in Germany and find the price a tad high for what it is, but it's nothing close to as expensive as some of the dollar prices quoted in other reviews...not sure I would recommend this at inflated overseas price points. For those travelling to Europe though, this is definitely worth a try and is a solid product.
Soft nourished lips without feeling claggy!!
Its my holy grail!! I tried the hydraphase riche and was so amazed I decided to try some of the other LR Posay products.
My lips are always dry and peeling.i tried the nuxe miel lipbalm (pot form) and its too thick and claggy sitting on top of the lips and not really doing alot.
This is in a stick form.The packaging is simple but effective and fairly sturdy.The balm is in a white stick form and is clear when applied on the lips.feels like your applying a thin layer of fine oil. I find this a really comforting balm.
This lipbalm is incredible.
Recently, I'd been using a lipbalm from a slightly cheaper pharmacy brand (Ducray) and every time I dabbed the product on my lips, I'd get a whole layer of vaseline-style balm on my lips. I used the tube super fast and it seemed to dry my lips even more after a while.
This is the absolute opposite! It has absolutely no smell and you can build up the amount of product you want on your lips, it slowly melts with the warmth of your skin and the lips don't feel coated and almost suffocated. I had a horrible cold last week and this helped my dried up lips a lot.
I've used it a great number of times and I can barely see the tube getting smaller: also, it's a really long tube, tons of product in it.
I'm not sure how much this costs because I got it free with a moisturiser but I'm sure the price is worth it!
The best lip balm I have ever used. Chronically dry skin everywhere, including my lips... This is the only one I reach for now. Way better than vaseline or anything else I have tried. Ceralip didn't work for me, but this does.
This is not moisturising enough for me. It just sits on top of my lips and/or make them peel. I'd better buy a liposan(=labello/nivea) product. Actually, I could buy two liposan in the price of one LRP nutritic lips. The only thing I really appreciated is that it has no taste.
I love typically love most La Roche Posay skincare products and therefore have been trying their lip treatments as well. I have tried their Ceralips, Nutritic, and their sunscreen lip balms and not have impressed me at all.
This Nutritic lip balm came as a value set with a body lotion I purchased. It's separate purchase price is $14, pretty steep for a drugstore lipbalm. Packaging is the exact same as the Nivea lip balms in the US (twist up).
The balm itself is pretty thin and you really need to apply harder to get the balm on your lips. It feels pretty nice on, but the moisturizing effects fade extremely quickly and I find myself reaching to reapply often.
Pro: No scent, no tacky texture
Con: Expensive, moisturization very short-lived
This isn't the lip balm I reach for on a daily basis, or the one that I'd take with me to a desert island.
I generally like LRP products, but I'm not overly impressed by Nutritic lip balm. It came free, packaged with some other moisturizers. I wouldn't buy it separately.
It feels nice on, has no smell or taste, and is generally pleasant, but I don't find it to be particularly long lasting. There are any number of other, cheaper lip balms that do as good or better job. This is one product I wouldn't spend the extra money on when Burt's Bees, or even the Trader Joe's generic brand, works just as well for me.