The Bottom Line
- Unique shape
- 100% natural
- Easy to find in your handbag
- larger amount of product versus typical lip balms
- A bit pricy for drugstore lip balms.
- No sunscreen
- A unique egg-shaped lip balm found at most drugstores.
- Retails for $3.99.
- Product line currently offers: Honeysuckle Honeydew, Summer Fruit and Sweet Mint.
Guide Review - eos: Lip Balm Sphere
If there is one thing that I'm addicted to, it's definitely lip balms. I buy them in bulk and have them in every hand bag, at my night stand and in drawers here and there. I use them so frequently that I'm always buying more.
I've been seeing eos Lip Balm Spheres pop up and decided last minute to grab one when I was at Walgreens to see if they really are worth the $4 that they cost. I bought the honeysuckle honeydew.
The little sphere itself is a great ergonomic shaped egg that has a twist off top. Inside the ball is a smaller ball-shaped mound of lip balm. The product is made with 100% natural ingredients, 95% of them being organic.
I was hoping for a silky-smooth application, but unfortunatly the product had a bit of a drag when applied. But the light hydration did last a very long time, and I found myself not needing to apply it as often as regular chap stick.
What I love is that this can float around in my completely unorganized handbag and I'll easily be able to find it, unlike chap sticks that I always confuse for pens or lipstick. Plus, as mentioned up top, the shape of the container will make it harder to accidentally wash it, as I have the horrible habit of doing.
Also, in case you're wondering, you get 0.25 ounces of lip balm with eos, versus 0.15 in a typical chap stick tube, so you are getting quite a bit more product with this particular line. It would get 5-stars if it had SPF protection included.