|Would buy this product again.||76%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Nom alert! Yes - this chapstick is in fact as delicious as it sounds. While Iíve tried many other varieties in the Nivea 'Kiss of' family, milk and honey remains my all-time favorite. The rich, emollient, dark yellow product glides on easily and leaves lips feeling glossy and soothed. It has a very light, pleasantly sweet smell, though Iím sad to report the balm is flavorless (wouldnít a dose of honey flavor be divine?!?) In terms of moisturization, milk and honey does a better job than most. My lips are left feeling smooth and hydrated for at least two hours after application. The only real downside Ė the tube didnít last as long as Iíd like it to (approximately three weeks with daily use).
The bottom line: A delicious and effective moisturizer worthy of repurchasing
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Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
Hands down one of my favorite lipbalms. I find the smell calming. It's very moisturizing. The one style of tube with the little bee on it is very cute, but I believe they changed it now. I would definitely recommend this lipbalm, or any Nivea lipbalm, to anyone.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
This is my second favorite Nivea lip balm behind A Kiss of Moisture. This is just a little less hydrating, but the scent and flavor are delicious!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
so i went out running to find this product again after trying some new lip balms. so i love this product. I had bought one a while ago and used it. I decided i may want to try something new when i went to buy my burts bees hand lotion for my desk. So i tried burts bees the medicated and the mango butter. I have had them for a couple months but they do not seem to make my lips as smooth or moisturized as nivea milk and honey. So then i decided to try the baby lip balm by maybelline. I got the one in the purple tube ...peach kiss i believe. It was SO hard to find. I feel like it was a waste of my time. It makes the skin above my top lip red and last no where near 8 hrs (maybe 20 mins) and it taste SUper! nasty. Smells great though....So after my mini reviews here....i decided to go back to what i loved...do not know why i even thought i needed to try something new. This stuff is the smoothest and longest lasting balm i have ever tried! smells great ( i do not think its a strong smell at all) ...not too much shine...does not get in the way when i am eating or drinking ...not greasy....easy to open. Its not the most amazing thing ever but it works like it should. too bad its not as cute as the baby lip packaging..oh well
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Cool Hair: Other, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
You know this is a good product (well, IMO) when I still manage to have both of the tubes that came in the twinpack AND both of them are almost used up! I keep one in my purse and one on my nightstand. I will say that I personally think it smells kinda funky in the tube, but as soon as it's applied it smells nicer. This really has kept my lips soothed and smooth this winter. I am now eager to try the one with SPF this summer.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Green
I bought this lip balm only a few days ago and already I'm planning to buy another so I always have one on hand! Normally, I am NOT a fan of milk and honey-type products because I find the smell of honey nauseating, but I picked this up on a whim. When I first opened the tube and smelled it, I was disappointed because it smelled like, well, honey. But once I used it the smell dissipated almost immediately and left me with soft, non-greasy lips. I find that this stays on for hours, even if I eat and drink a bit. I also like that the tube is easy to open, since I have a bad habit of applying lotion and then trying to apply lip balm, only to have a hard time twisting the tube open. (Yeah, I know, life is hard).
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Dark, Warm Hair: Brown, Kinky, Fine Eyes: Brown
Lasts a long time as it doesn't emulsify down. gives a nice non-shiny layer of moisture. doesn't last long. While it has a smooth texture, it doesn't feel as moisturizing as the kiss of moisture version.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Dark, Neutral Hair: Black, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Great lip balm. It smells AMAZING! Leaves my lips moisturized and more silky feeling than most balms out there. Great under lipsticks and stains. The only thing is you have to reapply often to get that intense burst of moisture again but thats fine. Def rebuy.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
this and soft lips are my choice of ds lip balms. nivea always feels moisturizing and that my lips are soaking it up. it never feels like its just sitting on top/coating them. the smell is very pleasant-like milky honey! this is my 3rd tube and i have my son use it also.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Curly, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is more of a 4.5, it's good, but it lacks anything really special, but since it doesn't really have anything wrong with it, it can be a 5 on the lipstick scale. This is actually my first lip balm I am reviewing without the lip balm on my lips and in front of me. On Black Friday I was out with my good friend, hitting the sales. We stopped at Walmart first, and I spotted a 3-pack of Nivea lip balms for almost $4, I believe (I might be wrong). It was a great deal. As a self-professed lip balm addict, I had been meaning to try out two Nivea lip balms, Smoothness and Milk & Honey. I was thrilled that I would be able to use all three for cheap. I tried the Nivea Kiss of Smoothness first, this one second, and the shimmer third throughout the day. I put on the smoothness one, and my friend asked to try one that I hadn't tried yet (she doesn't like using lip balms after people). She put on this milk and honey one and said, "Mmm! It feels so good! I'll pick one up later." This one definately had the best scent out of them all to me, except possibly tied with the Nivea Kiss of Shimmer. The smell is really pleasant, and I think the reason so many people dislike this is because it's strong. Maybe once I got nausious of the scent of this, just because it was so strong and the smell was always there. There isn't a way to directly describe the smell of this. In a way, it can smell like honey right out of the pot drenched in milk. Not in a yummy kind of way though, just a normal way. I have not ever smelled pure beeswax, but I have smelled non-pure, and if I had smelled pure, this holds the kind of smell that shows that it may be similar smelling. The smell is only a little bit sweet, but not sugary sweet. More plain and normal. It does have jojoba oil, shea butter, and of course milk and honey in it, which is amazing. It isn't as overly-creamy and watery as the Kiss of Smoothness one, it does have the texture of butter though. It does last a decent amount of time, it doesn't last as long as Burt's Bees Beeswax does, but it doesn't fade like a lip butter would. Pretty normal, that is the only way to describe it, a tad creamier than most. Comparable to Avon lip balms (most like the sugar cookie one). Creamy and thick. Lovely consistancy. There is something I dislike though. If your going to say it's "natural protection" and all, at least make the product natural. This itself is very misleading. I usually love to use natural lip balms and before I did my research I had no idea if it was actually natural or not. Most lip balms do have something in it that is a natural ingredient, but they don't boast. Yet another thing, the Kiss of Smoothness is great because I use it in the summer for SPF protection. I love using my natural lip balms all year. Kiss of Shimmer smells amazing and has SPF too. Now, where does this stand? Not natural? No SPF? No crazy-magical healing powers better than my natural lip balms? Hmm. We now ourselves have a lip balm that woln't be used often and is category A normal. If it's going to be not natural, it better have SPF, that's all I'm saying. It does heal and protect and soothe lips like a lip balm should and all, it's definately is useful in that. It does work, but it isn't my number one love of my life. It was just something fun and new and great to try. When in the store the other day and faced to buy a new A Kiss of Milk and Honey, I didn't buy it. Will I buy it in the future though? Yeah, probably. I will just take my time and use up other lip balms before rushing out and purchasing another one. By the way, something I didn't mention, I have no idea where I lost it at. It could have fallen out of my pocket, I could have left it on vacation, it could have slid out of my pocket while sitting and ended up in the most radical of places, I don't know. But it is worth mentioning that I was very visibly upset over my loss. I reccomend and would repurchase with time, this is a good product but nothing life-changing and miracle working, a basic balm indeed.
I actually really miss it. I'll probably buy it next time I see it or something. Or maybe I should look into other honey lip balms? But this one was definately the best flavored honey one around. So, just a little update.
I picked this up last week, I missed it too much! I am totally in love with the Kiss of Smoothness and Kiss of Milk and Honey. I have been using this balm nonstop. Super moisturizing. Love! My favorite balms are still Burt's Bees, but I love adding Nivea to switch things up a bit. Burt's Bees honey balm is incredibly disappointing, it smells awful but still moisturizes wonderfully. This is a win though. Just wanted to update on my repurchase! This are so fun to have and apply.