Crazy Rumors, 100% Natural Lip Balm, French Vanilla, 0.15 oz (4.4 ml)
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|Combo Discount:||- $2.43|
- With Moisturizing Shea Butter
- Cruelty Free and Vegan
Naturally creamy vanilla kissed with a hint of coffee
100% Natural Ingredients (the good stuff): Macadamia ternifolia (macadamia) seed oil, *olea europaea (olive) oil, *butyrospermum parkii (shea butter) fruit, euphorbia cerifera (candelilla) wax, glycine soja (soybean) wax, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, copernicia cerifera (carnauba) wax, natural flavors &/or pure essential oils, tocopherol (vit E), & eupatorium rebaudianum bertoni (stevia)
This is the first Crazy Rumors lip balm I've tried yet, but definitely not the last one. It's cheap, smells amazing (and there are so many other scents!) and makes my lips so soft. I like the consistence and that it doesn't melt, it's one of the harder lip balms, but I like that. Will definitely repurchase.
Posted by 4740066087594235969 on Jan 04, 2017
Crazy rumors, the best!!!
Posted by matildag on Oct 22, 2016
A great moisturizer for dry lips in cold weather! This vanilla scent is lovely, my favorite of all the scented balms I've tried from Crazy Rumors.
I'm loving this brand of lip balm!
Posted by MichelX on May 17, 2016
Smells great, not overly Vanilla, so good for a guy, too.
Posted by 4766838954251500188 on Dec 23, 2015
It has a great smell - You could really imagine the French vanilla coffee! Also - It really moisturizes the lips, So I love to use it. However - the only thing that prevents me from falling at love with this product is that since the second time I used it, it applies too much and then I have to push it back in, and remove the residues (I rub them on my skin instead) so it's not very economical as you can see!