Thursday, November 09, 2006

Einstein Lip Theory: Cooling Relief

This cute little pot of lip balm always makes me happy. It's bright red top with it's white cross assures me this balm will be good, because I'm viewing this as a comparison to the Red Cross. There are also tiny white hearts dotted around the outer rim of the cover between the words lips, moisture, and love.

And that's what it really is all about: lips, moisture, and love.

Price: $6.00 at Amazon

Appearance: Cute and tiny. We dig it.

Glide: Excellent glide for a pot balm. A good amount sticks to the finger allowing for an ample, refreshing glide.

Flavor/Smell: Einstein Lip Theory has two types of balm- this one, the cooling relief, and a hydrating formula. Cooling relief is flavorless yet has a delightfully mild smell. When applied to the lips it's apparent that there is menthol, or the like, in the balm. I'm always a big fan of the tingling sensation this ingredient delivers.

Lasting Power: Decent, over an hour.

Product Plusses: Cute pot and graphics, vitamins a & e.

A decent balm for it's format. There's nothing extraordinary or awful about this. Dead average.

3 out of 5 tubes.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Jo said...

Uh! this is cuuuute, I want it :D

9:48 AM  

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