Aubrey Organics Treat ‘Em Right Lip Balm

aubrey organics lipbalam  Aubrey Organics Treat Em Right Lip Balm

I don’t think I have ever finished a lip balm before.  It’s always a case of too many balms but so little time!  So what’s my current lip balm flavor?  For this month, it is Aubrey Organics Treat ‘Em Right in Raspberry.  I received this from Eco Living At Home and have been using it daily for about two weeks now. 

Natural organic ingredients
This is a nice sweet smelling lip balm with 91% organic ingredients including cera alba (organic beeswax), cocos nucifera (organic coconut) oil, virgin olea europaea (organic olive) oil, simmondsia chinensis (organic jojoba) seed oil, natural flavor, cannabis sativa (organic hemp) seed oil, rosa rubiginosa (organic Rosa Mosqueta®) seed oil, tocopherol (vitamin E).

USDA Certified vs 91% Organic
When I was comparing it with the other lip balms in the Aubrey Organics range,  I realized that some flavors in the range are USDA certified organic while some are just described as 91% organic.  I’m not exactly sure why but my guess is that it has something to do with the ingredients.  However, I’m not particular since the formulation is natural and does not contain synthetic ingredients.  In fact, I like the Treat ‘Em Right Lip Balm in Raspberry as it smells wonderful with its moisture-rich Rosa Mosqueta oil and other all-natural ingredients. 

Features Benefits
Organic Rosa
Mosqueta Oil
High in antioxidant vitamin C & nutrients; moisturizes & protects
All Other Organic Oils Soften & condition; restore moisture balance

Ideal if it contains SPF
I don’t seem to be able to locate this item on the website for now but I recall the retail price to be at S$8.95 or so.  It’s great worn alone or with a lipstick and the moisturizing quality is very good.  What would have made this lip balm perfect would be for it to contain SPF.

Enter VivaBella Giveaway to win one
Anyway, you have a chance to win the Aubrey Organics Treat ‘Em Right Lip Balm in Spearmint when you enter this month’s VivaBella Giveaway.  If you haven’t already done so, now is the time to enter!

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Comments

  1. says

    Oh I loved this one! I have the raspberry one sitting right next to me, I love the smell as well, :-P

    Renee

    Renee: Great smell…I likey!

  2. pf1123 says

    I recently tried lip balm with beewax…don’t really like the smell.

    pf: If it’s just beewax, it might smell strange initially and needs getting used to. Somewhat like shea butter…

  3. Happy Feet says

    I always put on my lip balm before my lipstick. I was told that this method prevents the lips from being pigmented by the lipstick, you know like darkening of the lips. So far it worked and have my natural lip colour has since improved. I’m not sure how far this method is true…… :P

    Happy Feet: Oh that’s good! I usually apply my lip balm before my lipstick. Well, so far so good! ;)

  4. pf1123 says

    My first beewax lip balm is the Burts Bees honey one. Yucks…not nice.

    Then I tried the Rosebud salve thingy Bambleberry lip balm with beewax. I didn’t realised that its got beewax until I got it…the smell isn’t that strong. I like it better now because it really keeps my lips soft and moisturized. And I got it in Taipei for only NT210.

    pf: Oh the Rosebud Salve in Bambleberry is really nice! You got it at a good deal!

  5. Nurul says

    Oh wow, thank you Sesame for linking a site which sells Aubrey products! Is that a local website?

    Nurul: Yes, from Singapore. But I can’t seem to find the link to the lip balm now.

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