This is the second Korres lip butter I have purchased. I had the rose one and then read about an actress wearing this one on a movie set and, for some reason, it make me have to have it. The color is subtle and pretty, and the product makes my lips feel comfortable, however, it is not worth the money for the amount of product you get. Also, I am not a fan of pot glosses as they are a bit unsanitary. I am a clean hands fanatic so I can deal with it. Both of these lip butters tend to get forgotten in my collection because they really aren't very special.
I love these lip butters and the sheer colour wash that they give. I find they aren't the most hydrating lip balm I've ever tried but the colour is so pretty I have no complaints.
I really like the color, texture, smell and no-taste aspects of this product, but I did not find it moisturizing at all. So I cannot give it more than a 3 since it is called "lip butter" and does claim to offer "deep hydration" which I don't think it does. And for the price I expect more in this area. I was expecting it to be more like Fresh Sugar lip treatment. I have to use my regular chapstick underneath for it not feel uncomfortably dry. I also dislike the tub container for lip products, in general.
I bought this product because I had seen lots of good reviews on it on youtube. I think it is a good balm which does moisturize my lips, however I would not recommend it for chapped lips as it seemed to remove the dead skin which then just sat on my lips in lumps. I do think it is quite a good lip balm though, and I really do like the colour pay off it gives. The texture is not at all greasy or oily but very smooth buttery and pretty thick in consistency. The smell is a very light, pleasant, fruity sort of smell but barely noticeable once applied to the lips, this product also does not have a taste. I would recommend this product if you are just looking for something to keep you're lips in good condition but not to necessarily heal chapped or cracked lips.
I love Lip treatments Korres the first time used.
HG lip balm. In every way. You may choose this color, the Guava, or the Mango, depending on your complexion. It's still OMG. This will absolutely give you that look from the cover of Jemma Kidd's makeup book.
Only drawback is having to use your finger to apply. But the texture is so smooth, so moist, so . . . buttery, you really don't mind. Still, I deducted 1 lippie for the packaging. The tube doesn't have this same incredible lip-hugging moisturizing texture, however. So I predict we'll all put up with the jar packaging.
Addicted. Amazing. The best. I would highly suggest this lip butter. It is totally worth 10 dollars.
I love this! It is very moisturizing. The color is the perfect bright pink but still natural shade. It is more pigmented than any tinted lip balm I've tried before. Very light sweet scent. The texture is perfect- lightweight and not waxy or sticky at all. Cons: The tub is kind of bulky for how much you actually get. I think I paid $12.50 for it at Ulta. That's not REAL expensive but I will need to repurchase considering how I am plowing through it.
I really love this lip butter! I have been using Korres lip butters for over a year. It moisturizes very well, the shade is perfect, and it does not feel heavy on my lips. Just make sure you don't apply too much...since it is so nourishing, the ingredients can build up in the corners of your mouth if you use too much!
LOVE this stuff. i bought two of these today, wild rose and pomegranate. my lips aren't that dry, but i like to put something with a bit of slip on them-these butters feel moisturizing and last for quite awhile, and i love the hint of color. this color is perfect for fair-skinned ladies, and works well as a cheek tint too, in a pinch. i like these much better than the fresh lip balm.
the packaging is a little bulky for how much you actually get, and i find the plastic cover inside totally unnecessary-going to look for the tube packaging next.