Lip balms are good, why? Because they prevent cracked lips by retaining moisture within. They are also great substitutes for when you don't want to douse your face in make-up. As most lip balms now have SPF, they also protect your skin from UV rays and prevent your skin from drying up as quickly. Now fruity lip balms have their own fan base as these smell and dare we say, even taste good rather than just making your lips look more plump. Here are brands, all available on LBB, that do some intense fruity lip balms and creams! We will add here, please do not assume this to be an indication of anyone wanting to snog you, haha.
Juicy And Fruity, We're Talking About Brands Selling Our Fav Fruity Lip Balms
The Nature's Co
As the name suggests, this brand endorses nature as a way of life. Their products are vegan and PETA approved and we absolutely love their fruity lip balms. There are flavours like cherry and orange lip butters and even those pseudo lip-sticks they call lip pops, in flavours like cherry, pineapple, peach and berry. Nostalgic, right?
Last Forest is a Nilgiri based homegrown brand which stands for all things natural, wild and local. With a zeal to connect local communities in the Nilgiris with larger retail markets in urban areas, the brand an exciting range of honey, bee-wax and lip balms. The brand's lip balms are made from bees-wax and will induce this glossy finish on your lips once you apply them. These come in awesome flavours, Pomegranate and orange are our picks. However, if you don't want to go all experimental with the flavours, go for their berry or lemon flavoured lip balms.
Oils Of Oak
The weather can get really warm and really chilly but what remains constant? The urge to remain moisturized. Especially when the cold batters down your spine. Oils Of Oak is a brand that makes organic fruity lip balms, those that are especially known for their fruity aroma. Each lip balm derives its flavour from an essential oil and are made with she butter, beeswax and almond oil. While their rose and lemongrass are great sellers, we recommend their orange and lemon flavoured lip balm and scrub. These aren't just lip balms, the brand claims them to be mood boosters.
Alanna Naturally Beautiful
The Paradise Tree
Body Cafe makes all natural bath and bodycare products but we're really simping over their range of lip balms. When you have flavours like melon berry and mango lip balms, you would just wish to spread these on a bread and have them as sandwiches! Ok don't do that. What you could do is use these semi-matte lip balms that have the goodness of shea and cocoa butter and even almond oil to complement the fruity burst. Chapped and dry lips? No more.
All the other brands getting overly fruity? Want something more different? We're here to help. Let's mix and match now. Rustic Art makes natural lip balms fusing our favourite fruits with herbs, spices and flavours. Think cruelty-free lip balms like their Raspberry Mint that uses a red raspberry seed oil and also the Mango-Vanilla that uses a mango seed butter. Best for soft and shiny lips, keep it rustic and fresh.
There was no way we weren't going to mention about this brand's lip balms. Alyuva is known for the way they incorporate ghee (clarified butter) into their products, with their lip balms having washed ghee, coconut oil, vitamin E, shea butter and beeswax. And no, there is no obnoxious odour because when you get flavours like plum, strawberry, cooling peppermint and orange, how could anything go wrong?