Lanolips Strawberry 101 Balm doesn’t quite have the ‘just picked’ scent of a fresh strawberry, but it’s a lovely,light, strawberry syrup scent that isn’t overpowering – just a little touch of sweet fruitiness to give 101 balm a summery element. I always think if you want to taste a smell, it’s a winner, and I must admit, Lanolips Strawberry 101 Balm does smell very tasty!
We’ve already had Banana Balm and Lemonaid Lip Aid – this time, Lanolips Strawberry 101 Balm is for everywhere that needs a little softening TLC (not excluding lips, of course). Actually, because strawberries contain AHAs, you’ll find it very mildly exfoliating as well, making it perfect for elbows, cuticles or feet. I’m a huge Lanolips fan – it’s literally in daily use in my house in one form or another. Years ago, it was thought that Lanolin wasn’t a good skin care ingredient, but I find the opposite – my lips have never looked back since I started using it. Eek, now I’ve started thinking of lips with eyes… maybe not the best description!
Lanolips Strawberry 101 Balm launches on the today on Victoria Health so keep an eye out for fruity fabulousness for £7.99.
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