Cocoa butter lip balm by Not Soap Radio - review by Beck

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Cocoa butter lip balm

Lip balm by Not Soap Radio

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Cocoa Butter Love To My Lips!

The Cocoa butter lip balm has the alluring smell of hot chocolate with almond butter added. At first it is too thick to get a decent amount to apply to your lips, but you can easily fix this with heat exposure. After only the first use you will notice the hydration added to your lips.
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Pros:
Smells great, hydrating, neutral to sexes, and no waxy taste.
Cons:
Thick at first, but can be fixed with heat exposure.
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review

Use

Cocoa butter lip balm from Soap Radio will make sweet love to your lips. The The amazing smell of Cocoa butter is so sweet and savory it will make your mouth water by the smell. Lip balm's purpose is to help keep your lips moisturized especially during the winter months. The majority of the ingredients are oils, so if you are a constant lip licker, your lip balm can stay on longer. It is not completely resident to water, but it will last longer than some chapsticks.

The appearance to the container is neutral, so men and women can feel comfortable using it. Those who are allergic to nuts should avoid this lip balm, since one of the ingredients is almond oil.

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

Upon opening the container you can see it is really thick inside. It stays in place inside the container. Once you circle your finger around it, you realize it is one of stiffer lip balms. You can swirl your finger around it many times, but it is hard to remove a decent amount to apply. To solve this issue, I placed the container in my pants pocket for the entire day, which gave the lip balm my body heat and softened it by doing so. Now it is much easier to spread.

It isn't sticky by any means, however it is very oily feeling. To remove it off my finger, I find I have to use a wet wipe. When it touches my lips it feels as if I have put a thin layer of Vaseline on my lips, but there is no horrible taste or smell. The texture is velvety smooth, so there is no chunky or grittiness to it.

Taste / Aroma

The smell is fantastic. I usually use cocoa butter everything, it is my preferred aroma. Upon opening the container it reminds me of hot chocolate with almond milk added. The taste is like the smell of brownie mix powder. The smell is not at all over powering and lingers around for a short time except to the person wearing it.

Performance

Depending on what activities you are doing, the lip balm last a few hours. If you eat, talk, lick your lips, or rub your lips together too much it will start to disappear. You will notice the difference after only a few uses. The lip balm adds moisture to your lips and smooths away dead skin, making your lips very desirable.

Should you want to wash it off, you are going to need a wet wipe or damp cloth. It is very oily, so a dry cloth won't work well.

I love the smell the most about this lip balm. The only issue I had with it was how thick it was, but I fixed that issue with heat.

Packaging

The lip balm comes in a 1/3 oz container. The screw off cap is black and the container is white with a sticker on the top and bottom. The top sticker tell you the product and the bottom sticker notes the ingredients. Both of these stickers are removable.

Personal comments

Theobroma cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Persea gratissima (Avacado) Oil, Olea europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Beeswax, Tocopheryl (Vitamin E)

Theobroma cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter- a small tree of the evergreen family known as the cocoa tree, the seeds off the tree are used to make cocoa powder and chocolate. Cocoa seed butter is an edible fat that is collected from roasting the seed and extracting the yellow/white solid.

Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil- is a pale, straw colored, or colorless oil from almonds that is used as a lubricant.

Persea gratissima (Avacado) Oil- extracted from Avocados and used as a conditioner.

Olea europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil- extracted from ripe olives and used as a skin conditioner.

Beeswax- a natural wax that comes from the bee hive of honey bees and is used as a thickening agent.

Tocopheryl (Vitamin E)- Tocopheryl (Vitamin E)- Vitamin E. The purpose is as a moisturizer.

Experience

I love the lip balm. It goes on clear and is super hydrating to my lips. Check them out:
Follow-up commentary
I still have this container around. I rather enjoy still using it. It's still thick even after being heated a few times. It seems to re-thicken. But overall this gloss is worth it.
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Comments
  • PeaceToTheMiddleEast
    PeaceToTheMiddleEast  
    Great review I just got this too and so so love it. About to post mine soon.
  • A.Mari
    A.Mari  
    Great review! Thanks
  • Beck
    Beck  
    Thanks all.
  • Review It
    Review It  
    Thanks for the awesome review!
  • Kitka
    Kitka  
    Yay for no waxy taste! Great review hun
  • Beck
    Beck  
    Thanks all!
  • unfulfilled
    unfulfilled  
    I'm a constant lip licker and a constant leave it in my pocket and end up washing and drying it kinda gal. Great Review Beck!
  • Beck
    Beck  
    Thanks! I do that too!
  • Jessica Elizabeth
    Jessica Elizabeth  
    Thanks for the review! This stuff looks great
  • Beck
    Beck  
    Welcome. It is really nice.
  • Secret Pleasure
    Secret Pleasure  
    good job
  • Cat E.
    JordanN  
    Nice review.
  • ectoBiologist
    ectoBiologist  
    great review!
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    jjesssica  
    nice review keep it up
  • sugar&spikes
    sugar&spikes  
    thanks for the review!
  • Blooddragon
    Blooddragon  
    TY!
  • elli
    elli  
    thank you for the review!
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