These polish come in good and bad. Just like any other polishes. I tend to stick to the deeper tones as they have the best color payoff. The price point makes it OK if you get a bottle that is not do great. These polishes are great for experimenting with colors and textures you are not so sure you are going to like.
My review is based on the Targets in my area and your Target may be totally different then mine.
I am a Target fan, but sometimes they can be somewhat junky and items not on the shelves. I find that designer collabs are the hardest to find. The clothing areas seem to always be a mess. Now if I am looking for home goods or cleaning products no issues at all.
I had been looking at these for a while before I decided to make the plunge and purchase them. I find them to be OK, not good or bad. The novelty of the shape is what I think is the biggest draw. As far as being a moisturizing lip balm, they don't do anything differently or special. I will say that that your lips do not feel extra greasy when applied and they do work well under certain drier lipsticks.
Is this a must buy? No. This is an OK to try, if you are standing at checkout and you see them.
I was surprised by this dish soap. I tend not to purchase soap with what I like to call fruit and berry scents. I like my dish soap to be just clean smelling like the green original Palmolive. The first thing I noticed was this did not leave a perfume scent on my hands. The scents are very light. So do not be fooled by their names. It also did not leave my dishes feeling greasy. It was not as soapy as the original Palmolive if that makes sense. Yet you still on need a small amount to get some good sudsy action going.