I find Honey Trap to be a bit pricey, but it lasts a long time so I guess it's ok. Maybe it's just me, but it seems to tingle a bit when I put it on. My favourite lip balm is still Burt's Bees, but Honey Trap and Blistex in the white pot are still my other 2 faithfull balms I always have on me. Honey Trap smells so good to me and is really moisturizing, doesn't just sit on top of your lips. I like that it smells so strong because I get whiffs of it throughout the day. A common theme I tend to have with my honey scented balms is the guys just don't like the smell. I will continue to buy this because I think it's probably the best of all the Lush lip balms. The smell is hard to describe for me kind of like honey and white chocolate.
Delightful! Moisturizing, sweet-smelling, and so soothing! I keep mine in my bedside table drawer for when I want to moisturize my lips before bed.
This is a great lip balm from LUSH. The smell is absolutely lovely! That is what made me buy the lip balm in the first place. The SA at LUSH told me that this product is a favorite among the staff.
It's very moisturizing. The only downside is that the staying power could be a tad bit better. That's why I give it four lippies instead of five. I have to re-apply it quite often. Though the lovely smell makes re-applying not a big problem for me.
The packaging is okay. Since it's not as greasy as for example Rosebud Salve my finger doesn't feel sticky after I've used this lip balm. The top layer is pretty hard and waxy but underneath the lip balm actually has a pretty nice texture. Neither too hard nor too soft. Of course, lip balms like Chapsticks are a bit more convenient to use. However, the packaging is not a big problem for me since I think this product, overall, is very good. I don't mind the price since I think a little goes a long way. I'd definitely repurchase Honey Trap lip balm. continued >>
My favorite lip balm ever! I've been using this everyday for about a year and a half. This stays on my lips for HOURS and has a great scent and taste. Very moisturizing too. Has the perfect matte finish but with a subtle sheen. LOVE!
This is undoubtedly a 5 lippie item. Come one let's face it, if your lips are peeling and bleeding you can't possibly have a lipbalm that heal them. You skin heals by itself. In fact, if your lips are bleeding you probably should not put any lipblam on them as it increases the chance of direct contact with germs, and it also causes irritation. Lipbalms are only meant to be there to sooth so your lips are not swollen with pain. And by that standard, this is one of the best you can find ANYWHERE. And don't tell me this little tin costs a lot. It doesn't. It has 10 g of product inside, and it costs about $9CAD + tax. Regular drug-store stick balms have usually 4 g of product and costs around $3-4 and anything below that is basically waxy synthetic crap. My stick balm from the Body Shop which also contains around 4 g of product costed me $9 and it works about the same as Honey Trap. That is expensive. Honey trap is basically a honey-vanilla version of Chocolate Whipstick. I find both of them work wonders and smell great. Don't be fooled by the smell in store. In store it might smell gross mixed up with all the other Lush smells. Once it is out of the store and on your lips, it's irresistible, and it lingers. It is soo moisturizing and it lasts a decent amount of time, and when it eventually wears off, your lips will be baby soft. I am not kidding. This is one of those very important items I will need if I am shipwrecked on a deserted island. As a side note, most of the germs on your fingertips hides in your nails, so you should avoid getting your nail into your pot cosmetics if you can't wash your hands. Don't tell me stick balms are better. Basically when you open the lid of your cosmetics for the first time, germs start to grow on it. It doesn't matter if you stick your finger into it. Also, lips with balms on tend to stick to dirt and organic material (when you eat), so if you apply stick directly to your mouth it is not as hygienic as you think. Anyway that was off topic. I love Honey Trap. =)
This lipbalm smells heavenly good, a mix of honey and white chocolate. Honey Trap is one of the most moisturizing balm at Lush and i love the soothing effect of it. This is my second and i will repurchase again. I only wish the packaging would improve.
This lip balm has great moisturizing and softening properties. I love the way my lips look and feel right after applying this. The smell of this lip balm is as sweet as honey and I love it some days but other days I just find the smell kind of sickly. I find the little tin that this lip balm comes in so sweet as well for some reason. Would I buy this product again? I don't know- this is a lovely lip balm but I've used other lip balms/moisturizers that work just as well for cheaper. I guess I'll have to wait and see when my tin finishes. Update: This completely healed a crack on my lips that even my trusty Vaseline couldn't help. I'm also nearing the end of this lip balm as I use it all the time and I find that the consistency is softer towards the bottom which I really like.
I like more about this product than I dislike, so I gave it four lippies... but it is not a home run for me. I really love the smell, and like the consistency on my lips (a sort of buttery yet still thick consistency) and the lovely sheen it leaves. What I don't like are the stupid little tin and the price. I generally don't like lip balms in tins because you have to get it all over your fingers and then wipe it off somewhere. I know you can rub it into your cuticles or whatever, but I still feel like I have greasy fingers and it makes it hard to apply when you're walking down the street. And though it is lovely, it is like $9, which is a lot when compared to chapstick from Walgreens. But, I can excuse all that for the lovely honey smell and slight peppermint tingle and pretty pink lips.
I really enjoy this balm! After I left my gap passionfruit balm and my tendertone mac gloss at my parents house and my friends house I was wondering what new to use on my lips to keep them soft and luscious. This one takes the prize and I know it would be great for the fall/winter. The taste is light and not fake, and is very kissable since it keeps your lips moist and soft. I would purchase this always! For those that don't want to dip your fingers, in it just unscrew the top and apply the bottom pot directly on your lips; not touching with fingers involved!
Great lip balm. It smells really yummy and is super moisturizing. Lush describes it as a honey vanilla buttercream frosting which I think is very accurate. It also is a little minty which i love in a lip balm. Its made for dry dry lips which it definitely delivers for. I get really dry lips, especially in the winter and it completely cures them! My only qualms are that it is in a pot and I have to stick my finger in it. Not very sanitary if you ask me. I also wish it had spf in it but you cant have everything :) I would definitely buy this again and i'm going to need to soon since i'm almost out!