Fresh Sugar Lip Balms

Two newbies join the Fresh Balm line up – they’re not nearly as tempting as the new pots that look divine but Fresh balms still hold their weight in terms of quality and pleasure of use. I wear a lip balm most mornings (dog walking) and getting a tinted one is always a plus.

Fresh Sugar Lip Balms

Actually, there are few balms that I can use without getting a reaction – Fresh, Sisley, By Terry and Lanolips are my go-to’s and I’m not entirely sure what they’re missing that other balms have to set off an allergy. Fresh is known for using sugar as a main ingredient that has the benefit of being humectant, and the new ones are no different. Punch is less creamy than Dream but has a lovely ripe tomato-ish red/orange tint that’s perfect for summer, while Dream is a very emollient, light rosy pink. Dream is billed as their first age-defying lip treatment, boosting volume and giving 24 hour moisture. It’s very, very lip softening so if you have dry or rough lips this is the one. It’s slightly more expensive at £21.50 HERE than Punch which is £19.50 HERE.

Fresh Sugar Balms

They’ve both got SPF15 which probably doesn’t seem high enough these days but if you like a luxy balm, you will love the smooth feel of these.

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