Crazy Rumors Lip Balms and Lip Colors. I love lip balms! Yes, I do. I naturally have really dry lips, so I'm always looking for a good lip balm that provides moisture and doesn't create a dependence that would result in even drier lips after I stop using the product. Lately, I've been loving natural moisturizers for my lips, and that has been working really well for me. However, when Crazy Rumors contacted me about reviewing some of their products, I took a look at their site and got really excited. They have flavored lip balms. Like really good flavors! Oh, yes.
Crazy Rumors creates all natural, vegan, gluten-free lip balms in flavors ranging from Lemonade to Leaping Bunny. What is Leaping Bunny? Well, it's Plum Apricot, of course! Some of their new flavors include Sweet Thai Tea, Pistachio, and Ginger Peach. Yummy!
I was able to pick 2 lip balms ($3.49) and 2 lip colors aka tinted lip balms ($4.99) to review. I had a really hard time narrowing down the flavors that I wanted to try, but in the end, I chose Lemonade, Chocolate Strawberry, and HibisKiss.
The formulation of these lip balms are very smooth. They apply nicely and moisturize my lips for several hours. The scents are incredible. Lemonade smells just like homemade lemonade complete with lemon zest. I love citrus scents! Chocolate Strawberry is ohmygosh yummy deliciousness! I just want to eat it! You can really smell the chocolate and strawberry essence. So yum!
The ingredients are 100% natural, and they can all be pronounced and recognized rather easily. I found it interesting that they use Stevia as an ingredient. I've never seen that before.
HibisKiss is the lip color that I chose, because it's a shade of red, and I've never had a red lip balm before. The formulation also glides onto the lips smoothly, distributing a good amount of color to the lips. I apologize that I don't have a photo (I lost it!), but the swatch would be a sheer version of what you see in the tube. It says there's an enchanting hibiscus flavor, but I didn't exactly try to eat it, so I wouldn't know. I have tried hibiscus juice/syrup straight from the flower, and boy that is yummy stuff!
Anyway, I do have to say that I prefer the lip balms, because the formulation of the lip color doesn't seem to agree with my lips. After an hour or so, my lips felt very dry and cracked. It wasn't a good sight at all. Sorry. Still 2 out of 3 ain't bad, right?
While shipping starts at $5.15 (USPS Priority), I'd say $3.49 for a lip balm that is all natural and smells absolutely delicious, is a pretty good price point.
Have you tried Crazy Rumors lip products? What do you think of yummy scented lip balms?
Products provided for review purposes. All thoughts are my own.
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