I never used lip balm much. But the St. Regis Princeville keeps L’Occitane toiletries in their bathrooms. (Amenities seems like such a euphemistic word, does it not?) And on our honeymoon, I started using this. I’ll buy it again, for $10, when I run out.
I now understand why people bother with the stuff. This is not waxy, not slippery, not sticky. It’s, um, lush. And smells sweet but not annoyingly so.
If you’re a habitual user, and sensitive to gluten, I’m going to send you over to Everyday Beauty to learn about the Red Apple products. But if you just like a little zhush of moisture, now and again, along with a sugared summer scent, well, imagine yourself a Grande Dame, perfumed air kissing in the tropics. Or Provence. Your choice.
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