My First Tropic Product – Lip Love Balm

I remember my first Tropic experience well…. my friend had just joined after seeing Susie Ma on the Aprentice…. we were all with a different Direct Sales company back then, but I just couldn’t wait to place an order!

I didn’t jump right in flashing the cash at first, because I wasn’t too sure if I’d like their products or not, so I ordered the Lip Love Balm.

From back in the day

This was waaaaaay back, around 5 years ago now, and I’ve slowly drip feeding products into my cupboard ever since then because they really are awesome products.

Lip Love is still currently my most used product after the ABC collection, and I’ll be heartbroken if they ever stop making it.

What I love about Lip Love is that A, it doesn’t cost a fortune (10ml for £5) and B, it goes on like an absolute dream!
It doesn’t feel greasy like most balms, and it nourishes your lips instantly, thanks to its hero ingredients such as shea butter, coconut oil, sweet orange and rosehip, which makes it perfect for anyone who suffers from chapped lips or those who just like to keep their lips super-soft all day long! It also contains a lovely amount of Vitamin A from the carrot, which just adds to the amazing nourishing powers from this little pot.

It’s great for using on other dry areas too, from nails and cuticles to elbows and ankles, and even though it’s small enough to fit in your handbag, it really lasts a very long time. It also makes a really nice little gift too – it’s perfect for a teacher gift, especially those that are on playground duty in the winter months, and makes a great stocking filler for the festive months.

It really is my perfect pocket hero. And don’t worry about the fact it’s a vibrant orange – that’s not the colour it turns your lips 😉

To find out more information about Lip Love Balm, please click HERE.

As always, it’s made from 100% naturally derived ingredients, vegan friendly, cruely-free, contains no harsh preservatives or toxic chemicals and is freshly made in Tropic’s Beauty Kitchen in Surrey.


What was the first Tropic product that you used?
If you’re yet to try a Tropic product, what’s at the top of your wish list?

Thanks for reading

Plinks xx

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