Things i like about the product:
packaging – very sleek and it stays shut properly, it also doesn’t have a little bit of the stick poking out the top like the lipstick but the balmy/substance itself doesn’t look too attractive but who cares when it works like magic?
smell – it smells soooooo good, really sweet but still like beauty products.. does that make sense?
taste – okay i shouldn’t be tasting this but i accidentally licked my lips and it does taste pretty good.. just like sugar really which is pretty much the basis for exfoliator anyway!
application – it’s really easy to apply, like the tube doesn’t twizzle round when you’re putting it on (again, does that make sense?) however i don’t think this is a product which can last for ages, as it’s an exfoliator quite a lot of the stuff comes off when you use it so there’s not much left but once you’ve used it i doubt you’ll need it for a while!
How I use it:
i wet my lips with a soaked cotton wool pad making sure the skin surrounding my lips is also wet
move the exfoliate in a circular motion slowly around my lips (not focusing on the same area too much)
rub my lips together
use the same cotton wool pad i wet my lips with to wet them again
put on some lipbalm, usually i use the palmer cocoa butter one!
overall i definitely recommend it, it works really well and even better when you put some lip balm on once you’ve used it.. its only £3.75 but it’s the best £3.75 i’ve ever spent!