This lip tint is expensive for the use and color last- I would appreciate a long-wearing lip tint. Since it's a lip plumper, expect the same level of irritation that any other lip plumper would have, but this one doesn't last as long as Buxom. You can purchase it at Ulta, Sephora, Macy's, and other medium to higher end stores.
I think the packaging and the distinctive shape of this lip balm is so unique! I've seen them in Costco and Target. They have a higher quality smell and taste to them and last about as long as the good emollient lip balms out there. The only issue I have is that dirt from the bottom of my purse (how?) ends up on the plastic rim, and their size bulges out- so not really meant for pocket wear.
I've used Rainbath on and off for several years. It's pricey when compared to other drugstore products - anywhere from $10-16 depending on the store (I purchased mine at Walgreens), but it does have a pleasing soft scent- not floral, but slightly musky. It's not ultra-moisturizing, so use this with an after-shower cream.
Although this is not necessarily the first soap I reach for at the grocery store, I had the opportunity to use it during a vacation at my parent's house. They purchase them in bulk and end up costing less than $1 per bar. The scent is really powerful, but if you prefer an earthy, pine scent on your skin, it does smell wonderful.