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

Lip balm by Not Soap Radio

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Nutty and Chocolaty

If you are looking for something for your lips that is conditioning, lightly flavored and that smells like nutty chocolate, then you'll enjoy this.
Sweet flavor
Thin (but that is due to my personal preference)
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
Not Soap Radio's Cocoa butter lip balm is a thin, light, creamy balm that smells faintly of almond and strongly of cocoa. This balm is for your lips, whether they are dry, rough, or perfectly fine, this will condition them making them smooth. It goes on clear despite the color.

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

There are no phthalates, sulfates, triclosan, or parabens in it.

People with chocolate or nut allergies may not want to use this.

The texture of the Cocoa butter balm is smooth, thin, and creamy. You have to swirl your finger in it a few times to get enough and may have to go back for a second dip. It leaves your lips feeling slick and smooth.

It smells so good, like fresh baked brownies; chocolaty, sweet and yummy! It is somewhat strong and noticeable as soon as you open the pot. The scent lingers for quite awhile after applying it. There is a faint scent of almond in there but I think the cocoa stands out more. It would be great if it tasted like it smells, but it doesn't. It just tastes lightly sweet; it's a pleasant taste.

It does it's job of moisturizing and conditioning your lips. It lasts a fair amount of time, like a normal balm. I like how it makes my lips soft and a bit slick. With it being clear, you can apply it over your favorite lipstick.

The plastic pot is small enough to put in your pocket or toss into your purse. It's cute and girly.

Overall, it is one of the few pots of Not Soap Radio's products that I actually like. I more prefer the tubes of lip balm because they are thicker.
Follow-up commentary
I still like this though I don't use it much. I like the scent and the texture. I'd get it again.
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  • unfulfilled
    I prefer thicker lip balms in tubes as well.
  • Geogeo
    I don't think this is for me, thanks for reviewing.
  • justme23
  • PeaceToTheMiddleEast
    Glad you enjoyed this. It is still my favorite one. Thanks for sharing!
  • G&L
  • Ms. Peaches
    Thanks for the review.
  • clockwork451
    Thanks for the review.
  • Undead
    I liked the smell of this one
  • TheSinDoll
    I'm staying away from lip balms in pots. Nice review!
  • Zombirella
  • Upyourreviews
    Thanks for letting us know!
  • Zombirella
    You're welcome/
  • Cinnyree
    love your reviews, thanks
  • Zombirella
    Thank you
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