[unpaid/sample] Okay, so I admit, I’ve had to watch a YouTube on how to use a Popsocket – which is a collapsable disk that you can put on the back of your phone to give you better grip. It’s genuinely a useful thing as a phone stand, a grip steady and even (if you buy a little holder) attach to your dashboard to use your sat nav.
So, the Burts Bees (which invariably I have to retype because I consistently type it Burst Bees) element is the lip balm infill that slots into the centre of the Popsocket.
I love the design – a nice, sharp bee both on top and inside and a honeycomb design on the balm inserts and as someone who loses (always the most expensive ones) balms far too often but has never (touch wood) lost a phone, it’s extremely handy. It’s £24.99 which is 100% where we part company on the love front – I honestly thought it would be about eight quid. There’s an extra balm insert but even so. If you want to see how they work, look HERE, and if they feel like good value to you for the benefits they bring, they’re HERE – there’s a selection of designs. There are, I should point out, loads of different options that don’t contain lip balm (making them about £10 cheaper at least – there’s a nice one for £11.99 at ASOS HERE) (affiliate link).
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