I love the way they feel on my lips. They're pigmented, but still feel soft and moisturizing. What I'm not so crazy about is the packaging. I'm not really a germaphobe so I don't mind sticking my fingers in pots for that reason, I just don't like having bright coral lip balm all over my hands. I'm not a kid anymore so I can't get away with wiping it on my shirt or jeans (ahh, those days were nice).
But Korres listened to their fans and put the Lip Butters in squeeze tubes with a slant tip applicator. YAY TOOBS! They're $4 more than the Lip Butters in pots, but have 0.34 oz versus the pots' 0.21. And I actually got mine in a set around the holidays with 3 tubes for $24.00... a great deal. Even though the set is no longer available, the tubes are still worth the price (Also, Korres often has discount codess for 30% off their website).
The colors I have are:
- Jasmine- a sheer milky light pink
- Pomegranate- a bright coral
- Raspberry- a berry red
They came in the packaging. I know some people complained about it being ugly, but I like it for some reason.
|From left: Jasmine, Pomegranate, Raspberry|
|Bare lips for reference|
|Lip Butter Glaze in Jasmine|
This one feels a little gritty or something. That happens with lip balms sometimes when the butters or oils crystallize. I'm not sure if this is whats happening here, but I think I may just have an off tube. The others I have are not like this.
|Lip Butter Glaze in Pomegranate|
|Lip Butter Glaze in Raspberry|
- Moisturizing and comfortable on the lips
- Easy to apply from the tube
- A good option for those looking for a pigmented moisturizing gloss
- Offer more product than the Lip Butter pots
- More expensive than the lip butters in the pots
- Only available in 5 colors
- One of mine has a gritty feel
Thank you for reading and have a great day/night/whatever!