Had this curling iron for a very long time. Sadly, I had a rabbit that chewed the cord in half though. It was a good curling iron. It got hot quickly and there were different heat settings. It wasn't expensive but it still worked well.
I like that this is a more natural brand. The lip balm is fine. It's moisturizing. I wish it lasted longer and I was hoping for a stronger vanilla bean smell, but it's pretty light. My tube of this has been in my car forever and held up well to heat and cold.
A cute, miniature version of the larger Vaseline tubs. Great to have. You can use it as lip balm, eyelash moisturizer, take makeup off, emergency moisturizer, make eye shadow glossy and tons of other non makeup related things.
Bought this because I was out and had forgotten my lip balm and my lips were feeling really dry. Got it in the Walmart checkout line. It's a squeeze tube with a rounded plastic end you rub on your lips. It worked fine, but I doubt I'd repurchase because it's still sitting in my car's glove compartment.
The ones in this set are pretty small, but it's lip balm so it's going to last awhile. They're in metal like tubes. I really liked the clear one, the other was just too red on me for lip balm. They were moisturizing but not game changing. They're also expensive normally.
I like the sort of menthol-ish smell to it. It's very moisturizing and lasts a long time. Times when my lips have gotten very dry or sometimes in the winter I apply this. You can buy these almost anywhere. They're not expensive.
This is a fairly big tin of lip balm. Smells like basic strawberry lip balm scent. It's very moisturizing and you can put it on thinner or thicker. It is temperature sensitive. When it would be cold I'd have a very hard time even getting enough on my finger to apply, when it was hot if I wasn't careful I could smush my whole finger to the bottom of the pan. Not expensive either.