I really hope that the Lanolips Artist Tin is going to become an annual thing – Lanolips have teamed up with Australian fashion illustrator, Kelly Smith, to design a limited edition tin that’s stylish, pink and twinkly all at once. There are no more times I can say that Lanolips is literally my lip saviour – I can’t remember a day I haven’t used it since I first got my hands on some. In fact, I was at an event a while ago when someone said something along the lines of, “so what to bloggers keep in their handbags..?” and we allllll pulled out tubes of Lanolips!
Inside the Lanolips Artist Tin is a tube of Lanolips 101 and a tube of Rose Balm for dry hands – I highly recommend both. I use 101 quite often on my lips before I put any lip colour on – just a tiny bit so I have a layer of protection – and it totally works to stop lips drying out.
The tin is available at Wholefoods stores for £15.28 – really annoying distribution because Wholefoods isn’t exactly on every street corner. But if you can find it, I think it’s a great price and a fabulous gift that’s beautiful and useful at the same time.
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