Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Beauty Review || EOS Lip Balm


Aloha Sprinklerinos,

Ever since EOS lip balms burst onto the scene a few years back, I have been wanting to try one. Intrigued by the shape, the amazing claims of super soft lips from the blends of oils, vitamins and butters I was one eager beaver.

Fortunately, I was recently gifted some (by my lovely friend Marie and also by some very kind viewers in America) and have been using them everyday. So, I'm now ready to share my thoughts with you.

EOS vs Balmi Lip Balm


EOS vs Balmi Lip Balm

I'll keep this short and sweet.

I like EOS Lip Balms. I enjoy the packaging and the shape of the balm pleases me. The scent is pleasant and for the amount of product you get, I think the American prices are superb (I have seen them in Target for $2.99, which I think is about £1.80). However, since they are hard to come by in the United Kingdom, prices are a little crazy. I have seen this particular flavour -Strawberry Sorbet- retail for £13.99 on Amazon. Crazy! I also recall seeing these in the Harvey Nichols Beauty Bazaar in Liverpool but didn't note the price. 

What I will say though is that I have been spoilt by another product, the Balmi. Reviewed last year HERE, I am yet to find a lip moisturiser that I love more. I'll be pretty sad when I run out of my current stash.

So, to sum up, I think the EOS Lip Balm is great, I'm happy and grateful for the ones I have, I will definitely use all of the product. However, if I were in a shop and both the EOS and the Balmi were on the shelf, I think I'd reach for the latter.

What do you think? Have you tried both? What do you do to keep your lips soft and smooshy?

Toodlepip!

xx

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149 comments:

  1. Baby Lips by Maybelline is outstanding, but I always lose them!
    Soft Lips is really good as well.

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  2. I keep it simple and just use Vaseline on my lips.Most lip balms I try I don't like the taste of and/or doesn't stay on long enough. Great review, thanks Louise!

    Becky xx

    beautytobakes.blogs

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  3. Loves EOS <3 xx Especially how you don't have to di your fingers into the lipbalm! =]

    www.beautyandlouise.com

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  4. I love the balmi's! + the prices on amazon for the eos balms are crazy! x

    http://theressomethingaboutalice.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. I love the look of these!

    Claire x
    Www.Daydreamsinthegarden.blogspot.co.UK

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  6. I live in the United States, so the EOS lip balms are available to me easily and I have them in, like, every flavor. But recently I have realised that they just are not working well to keep my lips soft and full of moisture. I dont know if anyone else has had this problem or if it is just me but I do just use vaseline on my lips now. :)

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    1. They don't work well my lips either!
      It feels soft for the first five minutes and then my lips go back to normal =/

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  7. Omgosh it's so expensive in the UK!!!! It's like that here in Japan with any American drugstore products. Revlon lip butters are 1500yen ($15) each!! I would looove to try the EOS lip balms! I've always wanted to try it since pretty much every YouTube beauty guru has one :)

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  8. I've always wanted to try and eos lip balm. I find gently scrubbing away dead skin from my lips after I brush using my toothbrush helps keep my lips smooth.

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  9. I havent tried the Balmi ones (dont think they sell them in Canada). I kind of like eos partly because of the scents..and tastes, people still enjoy that right? But on the whole, it's mainly just the novelty of a spherical lip balm. I guess it semi moisturizes but really I feel like after about 5 minutes you have to reapply again. Not my favorite, but if your in a crazy awkward situation (with a girl), whip this bad gal out and you will find the other unfortunate citizen will have a LONG story of 'how I always wanted to get one but just never got around to it'. Saved me on more than a few occasions!
    Always a pleasure Louise!! X

    PS. Sorry for the ranty and shall i say 'passionate'(crazy) response. ;)

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  10. Ooooo 95% organic! I'll hunt some down on ebay, if you can hardly get them in the uk i'll never find them in australia!!! x

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  11. the packaging is so adorable! looks like a great lip balm. Thanks for the review! xo

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  12. They are super cute, but a few of the flavored almost felt waxy to me. Like they didnt absorb into my lips completely, which I didn't love. Pretty good for the price, if you get the right one!

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  13. i would love to try an EOS lipbalm.
    xx Stephanie (www.stephaniesstyleblog.blogspot.com)

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  14. Sounds Great. I heard so much about this already, but unfortunetly they dont Dell them im Germany either!
    wish you a beautiful Day :-*

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  15. The only good thing about this lip balm is the packaging. I felt like it did not moisturize my lips at all!
    Hugs from Norway.

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  16. I had the EOS Lip Balm in 'Mint' and totally loved it!!! I will get another one for sure! I have never seen or heard of Balmi ...

    xoxo

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  17. I've been wanting a EOS lip balm for almost three years I think, but the prices are WAY too crazy to get it over here (Belgium). I really like the packaging and when I go to New York in September, I might go nuts and finally buy a few :D they are the cutest little things! My favorite lip balm at the moment (or rather the past year) is Burt's Bees.

    Great post!

    XO
    scribblesofvalerie.com

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  18. It looks really cute! I would love to try one bit the prices are ridiculous for a lip balm haha great review

    alittlebitsunshine.blogspot.co.uk

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  19. I've been waiting for you to do a review of this! After trying the sweet mint, I was hooked and bought the strawberry sorbet as a back-up. They are definitely the best lip balms I've ever tried (I have never even heard of Balmi but I want to try one now!) xx

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  20. Such. Strange coincidence, I literally just picked up one of the Balmi ones in Boots yesterday. I got a square shaped one and I love, love, love it! I love that I can put it on my keys and won't keep losing it! It's was £4.99 which for me was an expensive lip balm, but for the novelty of the cool shape and keyring tub, it wasn't too bad :) I haven't tried the EOS though! xx

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  21. These look so pretty! I love tha packaging!

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  22. I love Blistex; it's the only thing that will work for me, especially during this crazy finals week!

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  23. I haven't tried either of these yet, where have I been? :p

    Amy| The Little Koala Blog ♥

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  24. Wish we had EOS in the UK but Balmi will have to do!

    Imogen - A rendezvous with you

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  25. Need to get my hands on this when I next go to the US! Sounds like such an amazing product :) ♥

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  26. I havent tried either of these, but I'll admit I want to, just because of the unusual shape of the product!

    Leanne @ Leanne-Marie | Beauty, fashion & lifestyle. x x

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  27. Always wanted one of these:)

    xoxo
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  28. I love EOS! I want to try the Balmi as well.

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  29. They look so cute and are probably so much easier to apply than balms in a pot! If I get to go to the US one day I'm definitely gonna get myself some :)

    Xx

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  30. I just came by to say that i LOVE your blog, it's so wonderful and cute..and lovely :)!


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  31. I've never heard of Balmi but I've wanted to try EOS because it's so hyped up as well! Haha!

    http://talisbury.blogspot.com/

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  32. Really want to try these because of all the hype, but I'm not paying that crazy money to get one in the UK! Will just have to wait till I next go to America and stock up!

    Lovely review as ever :)

    http://theperksofbeingahipster.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/soap-glory-make-up-review.html

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  33. This looked great on your 'How to look average video'. I was definetly intrigued by its shape and it just looked really cool! Wish they were cheaper in the UK though. I don't fancy paying £14 for one!

    chloeopinions.blogspot.com

    xx

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  34. I've been wanting to try EOS because of all the hype as well, but I have so many half used balms and pots of Vaseline kicking around I can't really justify it. They look so cute though :)

    xx

    katedruryy.blogspot.co.uk

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  35. Hey, very interesting post, great review.
    I also started following you, feel free to check out my blog and follow if you like :)

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  36. Unfortunately the eos lip balsm aren't avialable in Australia :( we've been wanting to try them for sometime though

    www.mkstyleramblings.blogspot.com.au

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  37. Amazing! I love these little cute balms they are super yummy and leave your lips so soft :-) they are now available in the UK @ www.cutecosmetics.co.uk they also do handcreams this is the only online store in the UK that does them I think xx

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  38. I've always wanted to try them but we don't have them either! xx


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  39. I love the thought of them but never seen one to get one... not heard of the Balmi one going to look this up

    Carrieanne x

    http://imjustalittlepixie.blogspot.co.uk/

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  40. That price difference is a bit shocking! Don't even want to look at what they charge here in Australia - where everything's more expensive it seems haha.
    The Balmi products sounds great though!! xxx

    http://anironictruth.blogspot.com.au/

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  41. The balmi sounds great - I've been wanting to try on for ages, but never had the chance so might now :)

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  42. For something so practical i will definitely have to try the Balmi. But thank you for clearing the EOS, the prices over here in comparison to America always makes you think it's worth the money, in some cases it's not at all! xxx

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  43. I'm not sure about the UK, but in Ireland they sell them on beautyemporium.ie for decent prices! Just a little note in case you're looking for some EOS :)

    http://beautymissblogger.blogspot.ie

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  44. The packaging is fab! Packaging can often be a deciding factor when it comes down to it. I will always pick the product in the best packaging if I am stuck and don't know about the products or what they are like!

    Belle x
    Mascara & Maltesers

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  45. I really want to try the Balmi lip product

    purple--flamingo.blogspot.com

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  46. I really wish they sold EOS lipbalms in the UK. I really want to try one!

    fashionablyunknown.blogspot.com

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  47. I now want one! hahaha maireadfwarner.blogspot.co.uk/

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  48. I keep meaning to pick up one of these little balls of balm! Good review :)

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  49. I have a Balmi lip balm, it smells amaaaazing!

    And Katie / Beauty & Lifestyle x

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  50. love those EOS lip balms!

    - Janine
    http://theeoptimist.blogspot.com

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  51. I have the mint (blue) EOS, Which I quite like. The smell is unbelievable (in a good way!), but as far as moisturizing goes, it's a little too dry on it's own. :) I've experienced 'white' lines on my lips when using it, but I get dead skin on my lips easily, so that isn't the balms fault, haha. ;) In Denmark it's a little less than £9, which is a bit too pricey, even though it's organic! xx

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  52. I've only ever tried the EOS and since I live in America I'm pretty spoiled because I get them so easily. I have the raspberry flavor and I absolutely love it, it smells great and feels amazing on my lips. I agree though, for in the UK it seems way too pricey for what you get.

    lovely-notions.blogspot.com

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  54. I've only tried EOS in lemon and mint, but I'll definitely keep my eyes peeled for Balmi now to mix it up a little!

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  55. I agree, I actually found the EOS quite drying on my lips! xxx
    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD 

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  56. I have never tried one of these because as you say there are so pricey here in the UK...maybe one day but for the time being I guess I will just have to admire from a far!

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  57. I wanna try the EOS lip balm. I've been wanting for years!'

    kaelccs.blogspot.com

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  58. I still haven't tried these, even though I'm a lip balm junkie. I'm still happy with my Fresh lip treatment.
    - Danielle
    www.keenbeauty.com

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  59. I agree about the crazy pricing of eos! i even tried ebay in an attempt to find one a little cheaper but they are still selling for about £8! I like the little cube shapes that balmi do as well as the spheres (plus they are a lot cheaper) X

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  60. this looks so cute! I have never tried this before. I use Zambuk (a South African product) Its the best lip product :D

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    x

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  61. I've always wanted to try them but they're so expensive!

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  62. That looks so cute.

    XX,
    Jenny

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  63. I think the EOS lip balms are overhyped. I personally don't even think they're that moisturizing :(

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  64. I've wanted to try the EOS balm for so long, but they're crazy expensive in Denmark as well, so I always go for something else. :-) x

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  65. I have never heard of The Balmi. I wonder if we have those where I live in Canada. As for EOS, I've always liked them for their yummy scents and the fun of the shape... but I never found them to be a miracle balm.

    erinbulger.blogspot.ca

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  66. I love the look of these but would probably only give them a try if I were to pick one up when I'm in the US - £13.99 is a bit extreme for a lip balm, even one that looks as cute as this!

    Ash :-)

    ashleighsteaparty.wordpress.com

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  67. I haven't tried both but I definitely don't think the Uk price is worth it!


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  68. I have never heard of The Balmi either. EOS in Singapore sells at roughly SGD$10, and comes in limited flavors :-( I have been using Vaseline to keep my lips moisturized and most importantly, it's pretty cheap!

    Geraldine, mistyspell.tumblr.com xx

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  69. The Packaging is amazing and it must smell amazing x

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  70. After reading this post, I went straight online to purchase one of these! I surprisingly found one on amazon for 5-6 pounds! Cant wait to try it out!xoxox
    Thanks Louise x

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  71. I have an EOS balm in Sweet Mint and it's the most wonderful lip product I've ever used!
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  72. I've never tried Balmi, but I love my EOS! :)

    littleredbowtie.blogspot.com

    xx Brooklyn xx

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  73. The packaging is so perfect that it just makes the balm all the better!! Good thing we just got a target - i'll have to go hunt it down! :))

    xx

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  74. I'd love to try both of these!

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  75. Ooh I was intrigued about this when you used it in your recent video (which by the way was the best make up video I've ever watched haha, you should do more!) <3

    Holly | http://touchofcrimson.blogspot.co.uk/

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  76. this is so nice, ive never tried an EOS balm!!

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    x

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  77. I live in the states and I rushed out to get these as soon as the craze was happening... I was thankful they were cheap because they just did not work for me sadly. I wanted them to work so badly. The little vaseline lip therapy pots are far superior in my opinion. :) - xo allthingsheatherlee

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  78. I brought one of these from a Walgreens in the states whilst on holiday (just because of the shape!)
    I think the shape makes the balm extremely easy to apply.

    I love this product :)

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  79. It's a bargain in america, but far too expensive here!

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  80. Love the packaging, always a sucker for something that looks pretty!

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  81. Ooh! Now I'm interested in the Balmi ones! I do like the EOS as well, but I haven't bought one in a while.

    I did a nail of the day post on my blog, would love for you to check it out!

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    xo Molly

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  82. I really want to try these! I see them in boots and i always thing a fiver for a novelty product is abit much but i live the shape!

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  83. I've always wanted to try one of these purely for the shape, it seems like such a novelty! Haha x

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  85. ive always wanted to try one of these literally just because of the packaging, unfortunately they aren't around in the uk :(
    by the way if you would check out my blog i would really apreciate that i have just started it so it may not be the best at the moment.
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  86. I have the mint one and it's so refreshing and nice on the lips. I want to try them all!

    M.

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  87. They look so pretty, I am such a sucker for packaging! For my own lip balm i think i will always stick to Vaseline its always a winner for me. However recently I have tried Carmex lip pot original, i love how it makes my lips all tingly. Think that would be perfect for winter.
    Oh and I have just seen the Balmi Lip Balm in Boots for £4.99 :-)
    XxX

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  88. Really want to try them but can't find any in the UK which are decently priced!:( x http://Hannah-groves-way.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. same! but I suppose it would be a lot cheaper than hopping on a plane to the states and buying one!

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  89. The packaging is definitely what sold me but now I'm grateful for them. I pop one in my purse and they are super easy to find while driving, walking, etc without having to spend ages digging in your purse! I have the one you have, and the dark reddy pinkish one but I can't remember that ones flavor. I know it's part of the Alice in Wonderland set and I've heard wonderful things about that entire set!

    xoxo

    Kay

    California-DIY-Diva.Blogspot.com

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  90. Oh my gosh! this is like the first good review I've heard about this product, everyone I hear talking about it seems to have something bad to say about it! so now Im kind of stuck in the middle!

    bowti3beauty.blogspot.com xxx

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  91. I'm so obsessed with this! I love the honeysuckle one xo

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  92. These cost £11 in Norway, crazy prices for a lipbalm. Luckyily I got sent som from EOS norway to try them out when they first came to Norway in 2010 or something. Love them!!

    Have a wonderful day lovely <3

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  93. Wow, these look amazing but shall wait until I go to America to pick these up xx

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  94. Hey Louise,

    I'm really glad you did this review on the EOS lip balm. I think you're the only one that's said it's not all the hype and I totally agree with you. I've given it multiple tries in many different scents but still didn't think the formulation is all that great. The EOS ones do moisturize, but I feel like my lips get drier after, which forces me to constantly put more on, which totally defeats the purpose of a lip moisturizer!

    If you are feeling adventurous, I would suggest trying the Nivea ones that are not the lip butters. I think the Nivea chapsticks are up there with the Fresh lip treatments except it's one third of the price. These ones keep the moisture in for a long time. I usually apply maybe twice a day and can definitely feel my lips feeling softer and more moisturized without feeling the need to constantly apply more on.

    Have a wonderful day with your family!
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  95. Those really look funny, though I probably won't pick them up should I come across them. My trustworthy companion is vaseline =)

    xx

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  96. I really want to try a Balmi if anything just for the name... is that sad? xxx

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  97. I like Balmi, but I definitely prefer EOS. I feel like it's more moisturising, and Balmi just sits on top of the lips as opposed to nourishing them. EOS definitely has more natural ingredients! Plus the raspberry Balmi has quite an aritifical aftertaste :( x

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  98. I love the honeydew EOS, but they're a little too waxy for me. The Balmi ones look just as cute! I would love to try the coconut one and the black currant! I wish they sold them in the US!

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  99. I love EOS! They have a wholesale place here called costco that sells a 5 pack of eos for $10 which is where I get mine. I love the summer fruit (red) and passion fruit (purple). I would Not pay 13 pounds for one though thats like $20 and just outrageous considering I got 5 for $10.

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  100. I reviewed this product on my blog last week! I have to say that I am not a fan.. its sad i know! I used to love them but now I feel like they do nothing for my lips. When I apply them, I feel like the product just sits on my lips and actually does nothing for me. :( Any ways thats just my opinion! love your blog Louise!

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  101. It looks so cute, I wanna try it!
    I just have to figure out where to buy it in London?

    Chloë x
    http://ioncehadthisdream.blogspot.co.uk/

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  102. Great review on this cute lip balm!

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  103. I really like Balmi lip balm, but I do think they're more of a novelty than actually an amazing balm... they're good but nothing special. I definitely wouldn't pay for an EOS balm in the UK either.
    My favourite lip balms are Blistex ones - cheap and cheerful too :)

    Tor @ That's Peachy Fashion & Beauty Blog

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  104. Think that they're both so cute :) xxx

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  105. i love the packaging so much! really want to try this!
    lovely review and blog post as always:-)xx

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  106. This review has actually really helped!, i love your blog and youtube! xo

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  107. it's so annoying esos isnt sold in britain,k so im so happy you told us all about balmi - i'll have to pick one up :) http://harrie-parrie.blogspot.co.uk/

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  108. Ooh they look and sound lovely and such a bargain if you're lucky enough to get them at the US retail price xx

    Lucy Loves To Blog

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  109. Hmm im not that impressed with my Balmi, so now im thinking i wont like EOS either.. :(

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  110. I live in the US and would love to do an EOS swap with a Brit who has access to Balmi. Feel free to contact me on my blog: http://www.foodartlove.com/connect/

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  111. I love the Maybelline baby lips balm A LOT. I've also gotten a sample of the Dermstore Lip Quench Moisture infused lip treatment. The scent is AMAZING and it is very moisturizing. I can't quite describe the scent, but it's a very light fruity smell. idk, it's very nice :)

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  112. i found that even though they are great in the short term, after an hour i need to go back and apply more :(
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  113. Love this product! The packaging is super cute! Thanks for the review Lou :)

    x http://mash-elle.blogspot.com

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  114. please check out my blog? :)

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  115. Really helpful, thanks! I just stick to the Rose and Almond Oil Vaseline, it works a treat and gives your lips a really lovely pink-red tint x

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  116. Yup. In America, we love Target. Always has great prices.

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  117. Something I cant wait to pick up when I go to america!

    Pipp xx
    http://pippjones281190.blogspot.co.uk

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  118. I love to use a brand called Savex. I'm sure it's probably just a copy of carmex or blister, but I find this one works way better! It was only $4.00, which in Australia is a steal! They only had coconut flavour when I was at the shop but I'm pretty sure they do other flavours. It goes the mile as well, I've had mine for MONTHS now and I've only used about 1 fifth of the pot. it comes in pots of 7 grams and fits well in the palm of your hand. All you need to do is put a tiny bit on and it completely rids your lips of chapping in 5 mins. I find it great to put on 5 min before lipstick as it gives it a smoother finish. I'm not sure if you have it in England, but I would be happy to send some over :)

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  119. i love the look of eos! everyone has it and i want one!

    r3gine.blogspot.com

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  120. I have wanted to try the eos lip balm for ages! However I've heard reviews saying they're waxy, so I'm not sure whether to spend the money to get one, might just stick to my trusty Vaseline! :)

    x

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  121. Always wanted to try one of these!

    xx

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  122. Have you seen the new balmi? they've gone square!!
    xx
    Amy
    http://amelia-jane-pea.blogspot.co.uk/

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  123. I've only just Balmi but I love it as it is!
    Roxy's Box of Tricks  
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  124. I tried EOS Sweet Mint Lip Balm for the first time today and it became an instant favorite. I was that happy with it, I used it as my kick-off post for my new blog: http://livelaughloveblogforever.wordpress.com/ Originally, I was going to launch the blog this Sunday with my first DIY tutorial. I guess the itch to blog played a factor in blogging early, but it took a fantastic product to make it happen.

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  125. I just came across the post. Nice one I liked the post.

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  126. It seems a nice product. Lip balm is very useful to keep you lip healthy. I prefer to read reviews before buying any beauty products.

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  127. I haven't tried any of them because living in Australia stops you from buying amazing makeup products because we just don't sell them :( I've tried buying them online but it is to expensive and sometime it cant be shipped to Australia :(

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  128. If you live in the UK check out austique, they've got them for £5.99. I've got kind of sensitive lips and EOS is one of few lip balms that works for me. http://www.austique.co.uk/designers/eos.html

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  129. you can order the eos lip balm for £4.99/£5.99 from this website called naturisimo - with free P&P too!<3

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  130. I love eos, i have every flavor, i love summer fruit and honey dew, is soo sweet...
    In uk the better price is in
    http://bit.ly/11H1CjH
    in my first purchase i receive 1 eos + free eos !!!!!!!!!
    Try it!

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  131. honeydew is my favourite.

    You can get them from here, they do free shipping.

    http://www.lunatu.com/eos-Smooth-Sphere-Lip-Balm

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  132. These are quite expensive to buy here in the UK, however I found them cheaper on this website :
    http://naturisimo.com !
    You can buy the duo pack for £9.99 & it's FREE delivery worldwide (no min. order) PLUS you get 10% off with code 'SAVE' . So it basically comes to £8.99 which is £4.50 each, pretty good :)

    x

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  133. I have/tried the mint EOS lip balm and love the refreshing feel!

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  134. Everyone is talking about EOS lip balms. I will have to add some to our shop @ www.liopai.co.uk then I will have an excuse to test some!

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  135. Love your review! I'm on the quest for a decent lip balm, as my lips are constantly sore and dry. I wrote a post about it recently on my blog: http://daisydabbles.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/the-secret-to-luscious-lips.html I must try this one out too!

    Daisy xxx

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  136. love this post and finally find eos near me :)
    Ebay |Blog | Instagram

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  137. I have just purchased the strawberry sorbet EOS lip balm, however still awaiting it's arrival, I can't wait to try it out and see if it lives up to its name.
    I'll be sure to give it a review! ����

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  138. There was a time when people mocked at those who made the mistake of wearing their clothes inside out. Steampunk fashion

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  139. So expensive! I bought a balmi in my local tesco, on the shelf it said £4.99 I went to till and said £1.99.Also went into home bargains and got a black currant one for £1.99 too. Maybe u should do a giveaway as I sure would enter , a giveaway of a bundle of your personal fave lip balms x

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  140. I love the eos lip balm. I understand that they are a little expensive and I also know why people have said you have to reapply alot. But overall I love them.

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  141. You could be qualified to get a $1,000 Amazon Gift Card.

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