October 24, 2016

Hot! Fresh Sugar Lip and Rosé Tinted Lip Treatment Product Reviews

Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment SPF15
This is one of my all time favorite lip treatments.  Some lip balms go on thick and waxy and still others go on like petroleum jelly.  The Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment is a more medium bodied lip balm, that is still gentle and easily applied to lips. It works extremely well, keeping lips moist all day.  Reapplication is only needed when drinking or kissing which both tend to transfer the treatment off the lips.  It does not have any discernible taste or strong scent.  Additionally those who prefer a less solid lip balm can store it close to the skin and users will find it goes on even more smoothly and extra light. Additionally, this lip balm gives you that kissable glamour without the excessive “greasy fried chicken” look that some lip balms fall prey to.  This is easily the best lip balm I have tried to date, and no other lip treatment is quite like it.  It retails for $22.50 thus is not cheap.  My one complaint about this product is the tube.  When you get down to the last little bits the tube design means that it is almost impossible to use “every last drop”. Normally this would not be a problem but when you paid $22.50 for lip balm you want to get “every last drop”. The tube design notwithstanding, this is by far my favorite lip treatment.

Fresh Sugar Rosé Tinted Lip Treatment SPF15
Everything I wrote for the Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment SPF15 hold true for the Rosé Tinted version (which is also $22.50).  Additionally, I think this is great for women that don’t wear lipstick or lip color as it adds a lot more of the kissable glamour.  I don’t think the color here is intense and is quite light.  The name “Rosé Tinted” is exactly right.  Just as highly recommended as the original.
Rating out of 5:
Thickness: 3
Scent Strength: n/a
Scent Pleasantness: n/a
Moisturizing: 5
Overall: 5
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  1. This is very informative. I am going to give it a try! Thanks,Cindy