Luxury lip balm is white, shiny and very soft. It could have been packaged in a tub. You will want to be careful when applying it so you don't damage or break it. It's soft, and you can easily end up with parts of it outside the lip balm container if you are too rough in your application.
It feels similar to coconut oil on your lips. It is not at all sticky or thick.
Luxury lip balm smells like the raspberry topped, rich chocolate desserts you may have tried in nice restaurants. The scent is light and only noticeable during application. It's quite a pleasant scent.
A partner kissing you while you wear it may or may not notice its subtle taste and scent.
Luxury lip balm lasts surprisingly long for being such a soft lip balm. After eating you will likely still have some on your lips.
It will give your lips a pleasant shine.
You will need to be careful as you apply it to make sure some of the balm doesn't end up outside of the container. It is more breakable than the typical, firm lip balm.
It is quite soft and will melt easily also. When left on its side on paper it may leave an oily mark. Left where it is too warm it will melt, but it will also reform when stood upright and placed in a cool place.
The ingredients of this balm are almost all oils: Macadamia Nut Oil, Sustainable Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil, Sustainable Palm Kernel Oil, Beeswax, Castor Oil, Flavor Oil. Coconut oil is one that Doctor Oz recommends for lip protection.
Luxury lip balm comes packaged like most other lip balms with just a plastic wrap around it. The top of the wrap can be removed to uncover the cap. A photograph of raspberries and squares of a chocolate dessert are pictured on the tube. The word 'Raspberry' appears on top of the raspberries. The word truffle might be on top of the chocolate squares. There are words on top of that part of the photograph that are difficult to read.