Have you heard of Savannah Bee Company? They're a company that is known for selling some awesome honey, but they also have body care products. Today, I'm sharing their three Beeswax Lip Glosses I was sent for review. I think you're really gonna like these!
- They're made from all-natural ingredients
- Gluten-free, Kosher
- Beeswax naturally hydrates and protects for softer, healthier lips
- Never tested on animals
- No petroleum derived ingredients
- Come in three colors/scents: Mint Blossom, Wild Blackberry, and Tupelo Honey.
- Retail: $14.50 for 2 of the same scent or 3 for $21.50
So how do they look? Smell? Last? Work?
- They are of a thick, glossy formula that swatches beautifully.
- I have reactions to bee stings and occasionally to beeswax, only when i'ts used in waxing my brows, but have never had a reaction to these glosses. It's usually really, really rare to have a beeswax reaction.
- First is the Wild Blackberry, which is a wearable, berry-scented copper that looks gorgeous on the lips. I feel this one lasts the longest.
- Next, is Mint Blossom, a mint-scented, very natural-looking nude pink. This is my favorite one and is the shiniest.
- Finally, the Tupelo Honey, a honey-scented brown, that looks best on very pigmented lips, or mixed with a pink lip.
- While these come out as thick and glossy, they are very smooth and creamy-feeling on the lips. They don't have that sticky-glossy feeling at all. They last as long as the average gloss does.
- Feel free to mix these with a lip balm (I feel they are moisturizing enough on their own) or lipstick. I mixed the brown with a bright pink lipstick to make it wearable on me.
- OVERALL: I really liked these lip glosses, but personally didn't feel that I'd use the brown one on a consistent basis based on my lip's lack of pink pigmentation. I would recommend these glosses, especially for those into natural products. Even if lip glosses aren't your thing, I encourage you to visit Savannah Bee Company and check out their other body care products.
Wild Blackberry, Mint Blossom, Tupelo Honey