Friday, 28 December 2012

Balmi Lipbalm Review

I had to a review on these beauties, I am beyond in love. I first met Balmi when I received a gorgeous smelling Jolie box. I literally hunted the box down to see where the scent was coming from and tadaah that is where me and the strawberry scented Balmi met.




That was soon taken off me or should I say AWAY from me by my fascinated little brother LOL.

So I got myself to the local Boot's where the retail at £4.99 each not only did I buy the Strawberry one but also the Rasberry one.

I believe these were created after the famous American EOS balms. The difference is the EOS balms are 100% natural. the casing is very similar round little ball Balmi come with a little keyring attachment which can be taken off if you like and the dome on the EOS balms is bigger.


These are cute packaged in bright and colourful matte ball matching the flavour but all the balms are clear. As you can see I've been using the Rasberry one quite alot, I always get fascinated looks even enquiries as to what these are and where they can buy them from =]

Have you tried these? What do you think?




25 comments:

  1. I have the EOS balm but I've not tried Balmi, I do want to though because of the different flavours and colours which is so shallow but I want a pink one, my EOS is mint green! x

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    1. I think the ingredients of the EOS are better if I remember right I think EOS are 100% natural x

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  2. I haven't tried these I've been put off the fact they contain lots of silicones! They look really cute though

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    1. Yeh I read that about these after but I can't part with them x

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  4. Those sound delicious. Makes me want to finally try the EOS balms. I've been putting it off!

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    1. U should seen as though they are full of goodness x

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  5. I haven't tried them (neither the EOS, since they are not available in Greece) , but I d love to try them :)

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    1. Maybe do a beauty box swap? I'd love to try the EOS ones x

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  6. I have never heard of these! New follower from the ILMP Hop www.pynkkrush.blogspot.com

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    1. If u can get the EOS ones definitely give them a try or these x

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  7. Hey there, i found ya on the "i love my post" hop & I'm a new follower via twitter {@TheCraftySide}. Your banner is amazing, i wish i could do makeup like that! I can barely put my eyeliner on. If you get a chance please stop by to say hi?

    XOXO
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    1. Thank u so much Hun and ill definitely check ur blog out too x

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  8. I didnt know boots did these! i want to try the EOS ones but im going to go get one of these first! x

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    1. I didn't either Hun and not many others do that's why I've written this post xx

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  9. I have the Blackcurrant one, it tastes so nice!

    I found your blog via the #bbloggers blog hop and I'm so glad I did, it's such a good read, you now have a new follower!

    Let me know if you stop by mine,

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    1. Aww thank u! Heading over to yours now xx

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  10. Oh wow!! How cute are these!! Thanks so much for the review, may have to make a little purchase :D

    I also found your blog on the #bbloggers blog hop, glad I did, now following. Hope you had a lovely Christmas :D

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    1. Glad the review has helped :) thanks for the follow heading over to ur blog nw xx

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  11. i've not heard of these before, but they do look like eos!

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  12. Hey there! Found your blog through the #bbloggers hop, I absolutely love it :D I have been meaning to try this product for ages, thank you very much for the review :) Have a lovely new year!

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    1. Thank u so much! hope u found it helpful x

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  13. want to try one of these so badly! i'm not sure i'd be able to decide which flavour/scent though!
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    1. Just go by the scent lol that's what I did x

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