I don’t know about you but I’ve got a stash of lip balms. I store at least 3 in my handbag and 2 in each coat pocket!!
To explain why I have accumulated a large (let’s say medium sized) collection of lip balms is because I am very picky about the quality of them and how it makes my lips feel. A lot of them contain ingredients that just masks the problems instead of nourishing. Some, such as Vaseline, makes my lips feel even dryer. Not good.
Bee Good Lip Balms – Inspired By Beauty Bloggers
There was a competition last year where beauty bloggers could submit their unique lip balm flavours to Bee Good and be part of the whole process. The plan was to launch the new lip balm in Waitrose, and in September 2015, that is exactly what happened.
The winning scent was Raspberry and White Chocolate by YouTuber, Joseph Harwood. With fruity notes of wild raspberries and sweet hints of white chocolate, the lip balm also contains carefully selected ingredients such as British wild flower honey, British beeswax, British crambe and borage oils, British echium oil and natural source vitamin E.
The runner up flavour was inspired by blogger, Aarti Jonas. Bee Good decided to launch the Lime Blossom And Honey lip balm for Easter and you can still buy it from selected Waitrose stores.
This has a very fresh and zingy scent of limes that reminds me of Soap & Glory’s Sugarcrush. The distinctive honey scent gives it it’s own edge. Both of the lip balms (£4.75 each) have a glossy finish and with all those great ingredients, they nourish, moisturise and protect chapped, dry lips.
Bee Good does not test on animals, and these lip balms do not contain paragons, synthetic colour, mineral oil, silicone, or SLS. You can buy Bee Good
products directly from their website or in selected Waitrose stores.