Thursday, 15 March 2018

Stop The Water While Using Me! Moroccan Mint Lip Balm - Review*


Stop The Water While Using Me! is the first natural cosmetics series which combines beauty care and water saving. Active, effective and made from 100% natural ingredients that meet the highest standards of certified natural cosmetics. As such, the brand represents a daily reminder to protect this precious resource as well as attend to one’s own beauty. They use exclusively the best essences and oils that nature has to offer, primarily sourced from organic cultivation. And strictly forego any use of synthetic colour, fragrance and preservatives. All the products are free of silicones, parabens and mineral-based raw materials. Not only is the sustainability of the ingredients important to the company, but also the quality performance of the products. That is why they're constantly working on new, sustainable organic ingredients that have a great effect on skin or hair and are more than just “organic”.

The high Vitamin E content and the natural moisturising shea butter in this lip balm are a real treat for dry lips. It immediately soothes them and leaves them feeling wonderfully soft. The extract of gentle marigold provides extra moisture and has a calming and soothing effect on chapped lips. A combination of organic Buriti, Sesame, Jojoba and Apricot Kernel oils provides long-lasting nourishment. The fine hint of Moroccan Mint adds a pleasant touch of cool freshness. 


• Specially made for dry lips • Marigold provides a calming effect 
• A combination of oils provides long-lasting nourishment 

I'm a lover of lip balms and when I came across this Moroccan Mint Lip Balm by Stop The Water While Using Me on LoveLula.com I was obviously interested in trying it out. I haven't used a tubed lip balm for years so this was a nice change. I really like the squeezy tube and shape of the nib as I feel that you can control how much product is coming out. The slanted nib makes application easy and it spreads the lip balm out nice and even. For me, the scent is much more citrusy than minty but it still smells lovely. I find that the lip balm stays on for a long time and that it soaks in well leaving a non-sticky looking gloss. 


This product was sent to me to review, all views are my own.

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