EOS Lip Balm Style Craze Review
The stylish EOS lip balms are one of the most popular balms on the market. Every drug store tends to carry them, and while they might be on the pricier side of lip balms, they have their perks.
Style Craze recently did a review on the top 10 EOS lip balms. In order, the results were: blueberry acai, pomegranate raspberry, summer fruit, honeysuckle honeydew, sweet mint, vanilla bean, strawberry sorbet, medicated tangerine, lemon drop SPF, and passion fruit. They also said that one of the main benefits of using their lip balms is the vitamin E in them, as this helps to moisturize and lock in the moisture.
All of the above lip balm flavors have something unique about them, whether it be the color of their container, their scent, or what exactly is put into it to give the moisturizing or healing effect to your lips.
As this is a review, it is important to mention details of the actual product itself. The majority of the EOS balms have antioxidants, vitamins, and organic ingredients to do their job effectively. While some lip balms can taste unpleasant, EOS balms are flavored similarly to their scent. They also provide lips a settle tint of color along with their moisture but don’t have the stickiness that lip-gloss can bring.
The EOS company started on the idea that lip balm looked boring and needed to be upgraded. Their products are now available in 18 countries around the world. Although they are famous for their lip products, they also sell lotion and shaving cream. Exclusively on their site, they sell lip scrubs, masks, and glosses. They also sell an all-in-one toner, serum, and moisturizer.
With all of these added parts, there are also some negatives to any product. However for this brand, the negative is also what makes EOS unique. The shape of the lip product prevents customers from storing and carrying it. If this is too much of a drawback, customers can also purchase EOS’ stick version of their balm. More on Ulta.