Lip balm by Not Soap Radio
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I'm a lover of cooling/tingling lip balms and glosses so I figured I'd give this a try. I was less than satisfied with it. It does do the job of cooling but it won't freshen your breath and I didn't fine the taste to be pleasant. It just wasn't for me. If flavor isn't an issue for you, then I think you'll have a better opinion of it.
While the Minty Breath Freshening Lip Balm does not do anything to freshen your breath up. It did serve another purpose to keep the lips nice and moist and with a pleasant smell on top of it. It absorbed fast, but I just reapplied because I loved the smell and taste. I think I may have found my 2 for 2 with the Not Soap Radio Lip Balms.
The minty breath freshening lip balm is gloss to make your lips minty fresh. It is not an oral hygiene product, so it won't really freshen your breath, but it might help in covering up you bad breath by making you lips smell minty. There is a minimal amount of ingredients in this gloss, but it does absorb quickly. Overall this lip balm is a great pick for a quick use.
If you like that minty taste this lip balm is definitely for you. The container lasts you a while and you can use this lip balm everyday.
This product seemed like a bit of a gimmick, but if you go into it thinking that it's just a minty lip balm you may not be too disappointed. Between the nasty ingredients and the thin consistency this doesn't seem worth the price at all, but it does come in an adorable bottle and smell pleasant. I feel that 3 stars is being lenient.
While not entirely "breath freshening", this light lip balm softens with a gentle cooling sensation. Even after wearing off, lips are left soft and supple and not at all greasy feeling.
This lip balm may seem like your run of the mill lip balm, but it's much better. It's moisturizing without being greasy while managing to be light and smooth as butter. Its light minty smell is refreshing, but not overpowering at all. While it does not actually freshen breath, it sure does leave your lips refreshed!