Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Sweet Cecily's Lip Balm Review

I'm a huge sucker for lip balms, I have one in each of my handbags because I use lip balm in spring, summer, autumn and winter it doesn't matter the season.  I like to have a pot or stick on me at all times.

Sweet Cecilys sent me some rather tasty lip balms to try and share my thoughts with you.

Sweet Cecilys is a online place to purchase lovely natural skincare products which are all handmade on the North Yorkshire Moors.  They believe in only using the finest ingredients,  products are free from Parabens, Petrochemicals, harmful preservatives and SLS. None of their products are tested on animals, nor are any of the ingredients.

I received this amazing wrapped parcel. I love a hand wrapped parcel I think its makes a delivery even more special. I had three lip balms included in my parcel.

Espresso Martini ( not released yet)
Piña colada

I will start of with the Mojito which is a lime/minty lip balm. Out of the three this was my favourite of them all. It was really refreshing and left a little tingle. 

The piña colada is a lemony/coconut and the scent is really soft. 

The espresso martini has some getting used to. I'm not really a coffee person so I think that's why. It really did remind me of a coffee shop. 

The lip balms come in a 10ml metal pot, in a paper sleeve. They are pretty hard inside, but once you slide your finger about they do soften. Even in this heat in my bag they haven't melted. I hate the balms that when you dip your finger in a load of balm comes outs and the more you try to wipe your finger the more goes on. I've been pleased with the cocktail balms as I've never tried any before. They have left my lips soft and moisturised, I have really enjoyed testing these out.  Even my three year old daughter loves them too, she's been asking for the coffee lipstick! Haha

RRP - 2.95 Each 
Family Fever


  1. Ooh how gorgeous and being made in the UK just adds to the plus points. Would love it if you shared your review on #britmumsreviews http://www.britmums.com/2014/07/reviews-round-up-what-a-come-back/