Okay, I might as well just come right out and say it: I LOVE this chapstick. The Pure Anada Cocoa Mint lip balm glides on smoothly and leaves a minty zing on my lips. My lips feel nourished and refreshed.
Well, I could leave this product review at just that but I’m sure you’d want a few details right?
Product Review: What ingredients are in Pure Anada Cocoa Mint lip balm?
Here are the ingredients used to make the Pure Anada Cocoa Mint lip balm: organic theobroma cocao (cocoa) seed butter, organic unrefined butyrospermum parkii (shea butter) fruit, organic healianthus annuus (sunflower oil), beeswax, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil, tocopherol (vitamin E).
Love the choice of ingredients. I recognize all the ingredients and that’s reassuring given that they are on my lips and I’d want something as natural as possible to be on them.
Product Review: Pure Anada Cocoa Mint lip balm
Okay, what else can I tell you about the Pure Anada Cocoa Mint lip balm that I haven’t already said before? Honestly, it’s one of the better lip balms I’ve ever used. I appreciate that it isn’t a particularly solid lip balm. Those ones usually bother me because it makes me like I’m using a wax crayon on my lips! Honestly, the Pure Anada Cocoa Mint lip balm glides on smoothly, provides protection and nourishment for me.
Need I really say more?
Rarely are on my reviews this short but what more is there to say except that the Pure Anada Cocoa Mint lip balm is my current favourite?! Perhaps what I really appreciate is how well balanced all the ingredients are. They all seem to complement one another and of course, it also happens to make my lips feel moisturized and well protected.
Thank you to the folks at Pure Anada for creating such a great lip balm!
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