Vaseline Lip Therapy - Rosy Lips

Vaseline Lip Therapy - Rosy Lips

4.0

98 reviews

76% would repurchase

Package Quality: 3.7

Price: $$

Package Quality: 3.7

Price: $$

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Age: 44-55

Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool

Hair: Brunette, Other, Medium

Eyes: Hazel

I have Rosy Lips, in the plastic tub.

For years I have diligently been buying all-natural lip products, on the grounds that since they are on my mouth, I’m going to injest most of whatever I wear, and some of them are pretty good. But the fact remains that I’ve still been chewing dried pieces of skin off my lips anyway, which is a pretty good indicator that no, they really aren’t working.

So I’ve given up, and done what a friend of mine with a medical background told me to do ages ago: buy some Vaseline.

What can I say? It works. My lips aren’t cracking anymore.

I find that the Rosy formulation is, oddly, somewhat less greasy, almost like it’s just a touch thicker, than the plain stuff. The tint is pretty and subtle. And nothing makes lips look better than looking healthy, even when you have nothing on them.

If you want a tip for wearing it a little fancier, use a lip liner pencil that matches the color of your lips well and blend it in towards the center of your mouth a little before you put on your Rosy Lips. It keeps it from spreading beyond the edges of your lip line. A dull pencil is better than a very sharp one.

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Age: 25-29

Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm

Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium

Eyes: Brown

I have this in the round tin and I love it! The texture is different than regular vaseline and different to the other lip balm flavours. This one's texture is buttery and smooth and glides on - it isn't thick or greasy. It's also slightly tinted so it will give you a bit of colour but not much. Very good balm, keeps my lips smooth and hydrated throughout the day.


on 2/21/2018 2:02:00 AM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

I am a lipstick junkie and I always were matte shades the kind that really dry your lips out so I tried this and I luv it very moisturizering it's a lil thicker then regular Vaseline but really does help when your lips take a beating I definetly recomend


on 12/27/2017 2:37:00 PM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral

Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse

Eyes: Brown

I have the U.K. versions of this in Rosy Lips, Plain and Aloe Vera. I was really surprised to like them so much!
They are smoother and much better blended than typical Vaseline. They’re decent for wearing outside when it’s cold and wet and windy. They’re quite soothing. It snowed, rained and hailed today in England, and I was out all day. A couple applications of these cleared up the tightness and dryness in my lips and protected them nicely from the wind. I also put them on before before bed and wake up to nice lips. I actually think I prefer the Aloe one, it’s thicker and stays on longer. These are cheap and decent. I’ve run the gamut with lip balm, I have tons from La Mer to Nuxe to speciality balms I got in Greece, to Burt’s Bees and Natural Ice. Sigh. The list goes on. These land somewhere in the high middle. I got three tins for £2.50, so the price was excellent.
The Rody Lips is a lot less greasy than the rose salve lip balm that was so popular, I can’t remeber the name but it was sold at Bath and Body Works. I had a few tins of that but it was super greasy.

They need to be reapplied. I haven’t found a lip balm that doesn’t. Lanolin lasts the longest, far longer than any lip balm product I’ve used.

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Age: 36-43

Skin: Normal, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Other, Other

Eyes: Black

Its petroleum jelly, its vaseline, what can go wrong... my mom gave me one and i used it for my dry lips, i felt it was numbing and i was thinking maybe its working well, 2nd day lips felt like its turning to be like angelina jolie but atill i thought maybe it will dry all up and dead skin will fall up, so used it for the next 3 days, but lips because more rough and all dried up, a but painful if il stretch the lips.... its not rosy at all its scaly


Age: 19-24

Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Straight, Medium

Eyes: Brown

I really dislike this product, and much prefer the tinned version (the UK version, I believe) of Lip Therapy. The one that comes in this small plastic container is thick, sticky, and does not do much for my lips, requiring many reapplications throughout the day.


on 5/13/2017 1:49:00 PM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral

Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Brown

Love this! Everyone should have this product, its so good. Its small enough to bring with you anywhere, I prefer this to the actual original vaseline tub. The rose makes this feel like an actual lip care product and adds the tiniest, very sheen, color of pink. I love anything rose really. The price is good, I don't like the idea of using my finer to put this on since they won't always be clean (when you're out and have been in contact with the world's germs). This can also get in your nail which I don't like at all. But the product is great.

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Age: 25-29

Skin: Dry, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

I love this stuff!! Keeps my lips so soft and smooth. The only thing I hate that its a tub you have to stick your finger in! I would much rather a squeeze tube but i over look that for the results it gives my sensitive lips!

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Age: 36-43

Skin: Acne-prone, Olive, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium

Eyes: Brown

Vaseline's Lip Therapy seals in your lips' moisture. Cheap and effective. The mini container has easier access to the product. On the other hand, that adorable tin is a pain to open. That is the reason for the four stars on the packaging. I recommend this product.

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Age: 19-24

Skin: Oily, Medium Brown, Warm

Hair: Black, Curly, Medium

Eyes: Brown

Vaseline Lip Therapy in Rosy Lips is a lip care product I want everybody to have. I'm serious, I recommend buying, & in each flavor. There are three: Original, Rosy Lips, & Cocoa Butter. It is without doubt one of the best products I have used on my lips. I have both Original & Rosy, but this one is my favorite. I prefer this one even though I know the only difference is the fact it is fragranced & tinted. It's great for the cold winter weather that causes dry lips; the best thing about this in my opinion is how it's soothing in addition to moisturizing. The healing aspect is why I am a bigtime fan & why I recommend it more than I do even Carmex. This balm is made with one hundred percent pure petroleum jelly, the skin healing stuff we are all familiar with… I remember my mother rubbing it on scrapes when I was young & my brother's back after he'd burnt himself!

The packaging is a play on their original big tubs of petroleum jelly, which is cute! The tub itself is transparent & its lid is blue with a little nub on front used for lifting it off. I apply & smooth it onto my lips with a fingertip the way I do old-school Carmex. I don't particularly like that aspect, but I don't share my lip stuff with anybody (even family) so it isn't a big deal in that part. Other than that, the only issue is what to do with your finger that has jelly all over it. Like any other lip balm in a tin/tub, I must find a tissue or something to clean off the remaining product. The pinkness is a cute tiny & I like that it obviously doubles as a gloss. The color itself is sheer, but noticeable on pigmented lips. I think it's the pink color that makes it "better" than Original or Cocoa Butter. Regardless of which I use, Lip Therapy is the perfect lip balm to moisturize chapped lips.

What made me truly see what a good balm this is & the reason why it's now an essential in my lip care routine is it being able to be effective immediately, & give me effective results in one nite. Depression & anxiety cause a habit of biting or chewing on my lips – usually the bottom – & over the course of a week, licking, chewing, & biting left it inflamed. Cold, dry weather didn't help. Anyway, I slathered a good amount on one nite since I was desperate & in a matter of seconds, the pain from cracks & dryness was soothed. My lips even looked better. By the morning, my lips were almost totally healed! Some of the jelly had absorbed into my skin but a good amount was still there. It is so long-lasting that I can use this as an overnite therapy if I need to.

It costs around $1.50, but I do see it up to $1.90. Regardless, it's less than $2 & I can get all 3 of its flavors (Original, Rose Lips, & Cocoa Butter) for less than $5. It's not "tiny" for its price; that's my opinion though. Good quality balms everyone can afford are a blessing.

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