Barry M’s Cor Balmy Review

Good morning everyone! I wanted to introduce Barry M’s version of Baby Lips so sit back, grab a cuppa and enjoy the review!

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I soon as Barry M released the Cor Balmy lip balms, I rushed out to get my hands on at least one. There are five in the collection; Adam & Eve (which is a lovely baby pink), Rosie Lea, Trouble and Strife, Jam Jar and Currant Bun. Since then they have been my go to lip product for a quick summer make up routine. Similar to the Maybelline Baby Lips review, I am going to write about the collection as a whole.

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The packaging to the products are simple and clean. The white clean product packaging brings out the clear and outstanding lid making them stand out when you see the Barry M counter. Another factor which I love about them is that they all have really nice, subtle scents and remains on your lips for about two hours. All of the Cor Balmy lip balms have SPF15 making them great for those summer months. The core in the middle is enriched with Vitamin E, Shea Butter and Jojoba Oil so it can protect and revitalise your dry lips. The two which I have look lovely on your lips without the need to apply lipstick however if you’re looking for something a bit more vibrant you could easily build up the colour. I think the Adam & Eve would be lovely to give your lips extra moisture before apply lipstick.

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My favourite has definitely been Trouble & Strife as I think the shade is perfect for summer. I ended up picking up Currant Bun on time for Autumn/Winter as it is a lovely deep purple shade and I have been saving Jam Jar for the evenings. They are available from Boots and Superdrug retailing at £3.49 each.

What do you think of Cor Balmy! lip balms? Which one is your favourite?
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