I know Tess, or whatever your name is, that sounded nuts lol.
Packaging is all about preference after all.
Balm is contained in a twistable tube just like any other bullet lipstick.
Color is a bit off-putting. It reminds me of mucus. Picture faint yellow lol.
Smell is like of a Laffy Taffy candy. Suffice to say, it’s appealing.
Dispensing the balm is very easy as it’s utilized like a lipstick.
I don’t even know why I’m teaching you how to use a lip balm lol.
Before I ramble too much, let’s get to the most important part of this Nivea Med Repair Lip Balm Review.
Sturdy and doesn’t easily crumble. Remember to store in a cool and dry place (like your ex’s heart).
Feeling on the lips when applied is warm and buttery.
For some weird reason, hydration lasts longer than the rest of my lip balms. Maybe because it has SPF, hence, it’s made to withstand the day’s heat which requires ample longevity.
I find that it does not only get rid of dryness, it also masks lips’ dead skin cells.
However, I still recommend for you to exfoliate if you’re going out before using it just so you don’t end up with crusty lips overtime.
About its SPF, I won’t be able to tell if it works because my lips don’t get direct contact with the sun. What I will say though is that if it doesn’t contain the SPF it claims to have, FDA won’t allow Nivea to write it on the packaging.
Treat your dry and chapped lips with NIVEA Med Repair. The soothing formula with Vitamin E provides instant relief, helps repair chapped lips and protects from drying out. Provides SPF 15 – protects against UVA and UVB rays.
Skin compatibility dermatologically approved.
I won’t call it a holy-grail product. Magical effects didn’t manifest.
However, it gives me a sense of security because of the SPF. Apart from that, the moisture lasts up to 4 hours which is very good for a lip balm.
Retails at only 102 PHP, a total steal!
I highly recommend for you to try it especially if you’re going on a holiday like a beach trip.