Is there a rehab for lip balm addicts? Cause I really think I need to go... Although, given the never ending terrible dryness of my lips, a lip balm addiction is probably appropriate, lol!
This winter, I've been relying heavily on my trusty La Mer and the newly released Bite Beauty Agave Lip Mask (review). While I have my concerns about both of those lip balms (La Mer being too pricey and Bite having horrid packaging) I really have no complaints about Osmia Organics Honey-Myrrh Lip Repair*.
At $22 a jar, I find this little pot of goodness to be much more wallet friendly than my La Mer. Break the surface of the balm and really warm it with your finger - I didn't do this at first, but it really makes a difference when it comes to the texture and ease of application. Scent wise, I find it to be slightly sweet with a bit of something. (I think Larie determined it to be the scent of lanolin, which is an ingredient.)
On my lips, I like that it doesn't have a ton of shine and isn't totally slippy. It also feels light to wear, so I imagine that it could wear well underneath many lip products. (For whatever reason, I have not tried that at all.) It wasn't a miracle on my lips like the La Mer Lip Balm was, but that's no reason not to give this balm a try.
Have you tried Osmia Organics Honey-Myrrh Lip Repair? Are you as much of a lip balm addict as I am? I'd love to know! :)