I'm really not that taken with this lip balm. I love the Badger body butters, but this is the first lip product I tried from them, and it just is not particularly impressive. The smell is definitely a cocoa butter smell; I don't mind it, but if you're not used to it it might smell a bit weird. There's no noticeable taste to this product, which is a plus for me. It's fairly moisturising, lasts a few hours, feels okay on the lips. There really aren't any huge problems. I don't like the texture - it's quite lumpy feeling to apply, although it feels smooth on the lips, and it's quite a hard stick, and takes a bit of work to get on. Eh. I like that it's natural, but I'd still reach for any of my Nivea balms over it any day. Won't be repurchasing.
My tube of this doesn't smell like mocha at all...it smells like a**.
I checked the expiration date, it is apparently still good, but it has the distinct old crayons smell of off lip products. I smell no mocha, no cocoa butter, just old crayons and a**. I can only assume that this is how the tube is supposed to be.
I love the packaging- a nice thick stick with the twisty part at the top. Badger is also one of my favorite brands so I'm kinda sad over this situation.
I'm finishing off this tube as cuticle cream. The few times I tried to use it on my lips, I was impressed with the glide and texture, but I just couldn't with the smell.
despite th eother 2 negative reviews, i love this lip balm. i just bought it the other day at sprouts health food grocery store. i love anything coffee scented or flavored and this tastes and smells just like a chocolate mocha coffee, right up my alley! this one comes in a much bigger tube than the other lip balms i've seen by badger and its bigger than the badger spf lip balm i had (wich kinda sucks by the way).. i like that its bigger and i just love the smell, taste, and art work of this product, plus the fact that its organic. it was $4.99 at 25% off when i bought this, i would buy again.
I like the regular Badger lip balm, but I read that the cocoa butter balms were more moisturizing, so I decided to give them a try. This is more moisturizing than the regular Badger lip balm, and I love the consistency--very moisturizing, not waxy or greasy (it is distinctly less slick than the regular balm). However, I intended to purchase the regular cocoa flavor and accidentally picked up the mocha flavor instead. It's fine, not overly strong, but I don't love it, so I don't think I will repurchase this flavor.
Ingredients: Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organic Cocoa Butter, Organic Beeswax, Organic Castor Bean Oil, CO2 Extracts of Organic Coffee, Organic Rosehip, and Organic Seabuckthorn Berry, and Organic Aloe Barbadensis Extract. continued >>
I use unrefined cocoa butter, which is a hard solid that melts on contact with skin, as a body moisturizer. This is that in a lip balm stick with mocha scent injected. Expensive, but its just cocoa butter with a few additives, so I will not repurchase.