The Lip Balm That Saved My Dry Lips

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They say that the more lip balm you use, the more your lips need it. Now although I can't personally testify as to whether that is scientifically true, or if lip balms are actually bad for your lips, I can say that the more I use the Nuxe Rêve de Miel the more the obsession grows.

Being, by far, the most expensive lip balm I own at a steep £10, this is by no means your average run-of-the-mill product. Everything about this lip balm oozes luxury, in a way that I wouldn't have even thought possible for such a basic product. From the glass pot, mouth-watering orange scent, to the product itself, this is a must-have. As I am about to crack into my fourth pot of the stuff, I can definitely say that this is something that I could not live without.

 
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One jar of Nuxe Rêve de Miel is sold every 28 seconds throughout the world!

 

Unlike most lip balms that we have grown accustomed too, Nuxe Rêve de Miel is far richer and balm-like in texture than standard. The thick texture means that it forms a protective layer over your lips when applied while delivering intense hydration without feeling uncomfortable or sticky. This lip balm is made from a strong combination of Honey, plant oils, Shea Butter and Grapefruit Essence, that not only makes it smell amazing but leaves you knowing that you aren't just piling a ton of chemicals onto your lips.

I use this throughout the day like normal, only needing to reapply once or twice if I've been eating or drinking, if not you can still feel it on your lips after a few hours, it is also ideal to use overnight and prep your lips for makeup the next morning. I've even heard people that have used it on their cuticles and other dry patches when needed - this really is a do-it-all wonder.

Who has tried the cult-worthy Nuxe Rêve de Miel already? If not you need to jump on it, quick!

Molly Jones