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Lip balms are the skincare equivalent of socks: They always seem to go missing. Our solution: Stash these lip Yes to™ Carrots butters everywhere from your desk drawer to your glove compartment. Fortified with organic fruits and veggies, they soften parched lips without the help of unwelcome chemicals (no parabens, petroleum, or phthalates here) and come in lip-smacking natural flavors like mint, citrus, and berry.
I liked the product, it made my lips feel soft. I am not a big fan of citrus, so I would have preferred to buy the mint. I may purchase the mint one in the future.3
This lip product does work pretty well, however I don't really like the smell of the one I received (citrus) which isn't shown on the picture.3
I received the Say Yes to Carrots citrus flavor balm and it was good, but not necessarily any different from other balms. It went on smooth and was less waxy compared to other balms like Burt's Bees. Overall- not super impressed, it was okay.3
I really appreciate this brand's philosophy to use organic materials in their products. I wasn't overly impressed with this particular product though. I didn't love the texture or the scent.3
I received the citrus lip butter in my Birchbox and have to say I was a little skeptical when I first applied it. I usually put on lip butter before bed to avoid dry chapped lips. First off, there is absolutely no citrus smell to this product. But that's ok for me as long as the product works. When I applied it I thought the balm went on very thin, almost like a small amount of Vaseline. However, unlike Vaseline when I woke up in the morning my lips were soft and moisturized. I was very surprised!!! I don't think this product is intense enough to handle dry chapped winter lips, but it is perfect to for the summer time!3
If you're looking for a chap stick to keep in your purse or pocket, go for it. But that's not really what I look to Birchbox to provide me with. There are much better lip balms out there that I've found much more effective at preventing chapped lips and/or soothing them. My husband received one in his box, as well, so we're good on cheap lip balms for now.3
This is comparable to most lip balms on the market now. Nothing super special about it. it did seem to dry out like most in the container after a few days of use.3
It quenched my dry lips for a good enough time. It isn't greasy, but its lack of SPF is why I am not a buyer.3
I love that the Yes To brand uses natural ingredients. But is it too much to ask that they also work well? This lip butter works OK, and if I'm I have nothing else around I'll use it. But I felt that it worked only temporarily. Not long after applying, I felt that it has all rubbed off. I want something that will last longer.3
I loved how this chapstick went on and made my lips feel, but I didn't love the scent. I'd like to maybe try another flavor though!3