Hurraw! Balm, Tinted Lip Balm, Black Cherry, .15 oz (4.3 g) (Discontinued Item)
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Not bad but Dr. Bronner's are much better.
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Posted by 5056761680146332723 on Oct 23, 2013
I tried 3 different brands for the lip balms which I bought at iherb - Hurraw, Beeseuticals and Dr. Bronners. Plus dozens of others which are not sold here. The best (quality and price) is Dr. Bronner's Magic. The worst is Beeseuticals one. The Hurraw lip balm has nice scent and texture, the package is great, too, but it still leaves a light residue on your lips which bothers me and it doesn't moisturize my lips much.
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Posted by greenandclean on Sep 24, 2013
I usually like the Hurraw! lip balms, but this felt like it was drying my lips out, and the "tint" is not noticeable at all..
don't like the smell
Posted by Reviewer1277647 on Mar 15, 2012
I don't like the taste of sweet almond oil in it. To pity "cherry" doesn't give enough color eather.
I really wanted to like this, but.
Posted by 5011589051207002489 on May 16, 2013
To me, this was simply horribly drying. Even when I tried this on when my lips were already in a good condition, they ended up slightly chapped and hurting after this was worn off. Which happened quickly.
The tint is also nonexisting - even when I put this lip balm on my hand I can't really detect any colour. Apparently this varies due to natural ingredients, though. Two stars due to the fact that the scent is pleasant (a natural, sweet cherry scent) and the ingredients themselves good, just not moisturising at all.
Posted by Anaterma on Jul 14, 2014
the aroma is horrible, it's artificial and i don't really think you can get a natural cherry smell in anything since there's pretty much no essential oil you can make out of cherry just an absolute, probably, and absolutes don't last. the smell overweights all good sides of this product like being a great lip balm which any other hurraw balm is and even giving a hint of red colour. not sure if i'm going to continue to use it, probably will give it to someone who doesn't care what it smells like. i also don't particularly fancy that hurraw do not put best before dates on any of their balms. i'm sure these are fresh since they are so popular but i'm also pretty sure that they have to put on a date on it. gave it to a friend, she liked it.