Good enough to eat (no, really, can I eat this?)
I wear a lot of drying, matte lipstick, and though I do take care enough of my lips on the daily, occasionally I will get a dry spot or two. I know it's pretty easy to DIY a lip scrub, but why not be lazy and support an awesome local brand instead? lol. It's a good amount of product for 150, and it really is delicious, if you're into sweet things. Didn't think I'd need a regular honey fix until I got this, but I do try to avoid eating it since they don't seem to have claims of it being edible, though the ingredients seem to point that that would be okay. The product itself is good--fans of a more moisturizing scrub might be looking for a little more oil in this, but I like that this is a little less slick on my lips. I would agree that the sugar crystals are a bigger and more coarse than what we'd be used to, which I'm fine with. You'd just have to be a little more gentle in the scrubbing. ;) You also have to be careful about rinsing the container over when you're done, since the ants that find themselves in your bathroom seem to be fans of the scrub too. Will definitely buy again.
6 months ago