Finding time to get things done, especially at night, is not my thing. I am usually pretty wiped out from my days and get pretty lazy. Lucky for me Aveeno has some great new products from their Positively Radiant line that help me get maximum benefit for my skin with minimal time and effort.
Aveeno's Positively Radiant line helps with 5 factors of radiance, tone, texture, dullness, blotchiness and brown spots.
Aveeno Positively Radiant 60 Second In-Shower Facial
Indulge in a positively terrific experience with the new 60 Second In-Shower Facial. Reveals glowing, healthy-looking skin 4X faster than at-home masks and peels Transform dull, tired-looking skin to brighter, more radiant and velvety soft skin in just 1 minute. The 60 Second In-Shower Facial, formulated with moisture-rich soy and lemon peel extract, works with the steam of your shower to deeply but gently exfoliate dirt, oil and dead skin cells. -aveeno.ca
A facial is something I 100% do not have time for right now. Sadly my skin is paying the price. I really love that this product exists for that reason. It is a face wash with a mild chemical exfoliant in it that helps you get your face clean and removes dead skin while you are in the shower. In 60 seconds it cleans, exfoliates and gives you fresher skin. I usually use this after I wash my hair and apply conditioner (I have to leave that on for 2 minutes so it is a good use of the time). The product works with the steam in your shower to work even better.
I really enjoy the texture of the wash, it is creamy with a very minor texture to it. I do find it does a great job of cleaning my face and getting rid of all the makeup and dirt on my face. Like all washes I find it works best when you use a makeup remover first. I like that it is a convent in shower product that I can use when I am already in the shower and not before or after, it almost isn't a step at all.
The only downside is that my washroom doesn't get overly steamy, or I should say it takes a long time to get steamy, so I never know if it could be working better or not. I really want to invest in a facial steamer machine anyways, and I highly suspect it would be great to use with that. WEather or not the steam in my place could be more effective with this product, I do really like that it is meant for in shower use. I now have a cleanser / exfoliant specifically designated for my shower and I reach for it quite a bit just because of that.
Get the benefits of a facial while you sleep! Wake up to rejuvenated, radiant, healthy-looking skin with the POSITIVELY RADIANT Overnight Hydrating Facial. Formulated with ACTIVE NATURALS Total Soy Complex, it works through the night to deeply hydrate and nourish skin, leaving skin feeling ultra-soft, revived and supple by morning. -aveeno.ca
Face masks are my favourite skin care thing in the whole world, and sadly I get so busy that even a simple sheet mask will go without being used because I just honestly don't have the time to use them or forget. This might be why I love sleep masks so much, you just use them in place (or in addition) to your normal night time routine and leave them be. While many sleep masks require you to rinse them in the morning, not this Aveeno one, you just leave it on, which I really like.
At night, after you've cleansed, just apply a thick layer of the Overnight Facial and let it do its work. Wake up with softer and nourished skin. Easy, which is why I like it.
It is a pretty normal night cream consistency, not too thick. It also has a minor amount of mica in it, so you will find a shimmer on your face in the morning, which is supposed to leave you more radiant.
Since I have very dry skin, it gets absorbed quickly and doesn't linger too long on it. That being said no night mask dose. I do love the texture and feel of it.
Every morning after I have used it, my skin feels hydrated and soft and generally more plump then when I do not.
Overall, the Positively Radiant line of skin care products is one I really like and these two facial products that save me time and energy are no exceptions. I really like how they work quickly and effectively with no fuss. I usually use the in shower wash at night followed by the sleep mask and wake up with really nice feeling skin, I honestly have been really happy with the results. I would recommend them both to anyone looking to get products that are easy to add to your routine without complicating it, or someone who is looking for a way to get better results from a minimal step routine.
*Products were sent from PR for review purposes, all views and opinions are my own.
Last year I absolutely fell head over heels in love with Matrix Biolage R.A.W. Recover line. While the Recover shampoo and conditioner were great for my heavily damaged hair, it isn't meant for colour treated hair, so when I heard that the R.A.W. line was launching a line specifically for colour treated hair, I got really excited.
Biolage R.A.W. is a line of natural origin formula hair care products, free from silicones, sulfates, parabens and artificial colorants. They also are vegan, 90-99% biodegradable (they say on each bottle the percentage), and come in bottles made of 95% post consumed plastic.
The clincher for me is the products leave your hair feeling amazing and I am not missing any of the silicones or sulphates that regular hair have at all.
BIOLAGE R.A.W. COLOR CARE SHAMPOO & CONDITIONER
With Coconut Milk and Meadowfoam in them these products help maintain your coloured hair longer while keeping your hair feeling soft and healthy. I found that my red hair lasted longer and faded less, it also bleed onto my towels and pillow cases a significantly smaller amount (which is always a good thing).
I discovered with the formula I needed a bit more shampoo than I thought, so I would pour a little out, work it into my scalp and then add more as needed. I found it lathered really well without being over the top, just a good amount. My scalp no matter how great or oily I let my hair get, felt clean as did my hair after each use. My hair also gained a lot of body through using this shampoo (and its conditioner), which meant I wasn't getting any product buildup (since there was no silicone in it).
The conditioner, unlike the shampoo, I found I needed less than I thought each time. I feel I am still of the silicone trained mind that I need to just slather my hair with conditioner to make it feel nice. The truth is though I needed a surprisingly small amount of this conditioner to get my hair to feel like it was covered in it. It is recommended to leave it on for one to two minutes, which I always do, if not more.
The end results after using the shampoo and conditioner is that my hair faded slower and my hair stayed more vibrant. In addition to this my hair was light, fluffy, its natural wave got amped up to an almost loose curl. My hair had so much body that I do not think I can accurately describe it, but man my hair had body after each wash. I can only equate these changes to the fact that this is a natural line and there are no silicones in it to weigh down my hair or to cause buildup in it. I also found ever if I didn't use styling products, my hair just looked amazing and healthy and I as a result was happy and smiling more, thus making me get even more compliments on my hair and how I looked. Yes, this made me smile.
Together the Colour Care Shampoo and Conditioner made me really happy. Light fluffy hair that was naturally more wavy and had more body, my colour lasted longer and stayed more vibrant longer with less bleeding.
I am going to also add, I love these bottles! Yes, they do look like juice bottles, yes that is adorable. That is not the real reason I love them, I love them because they fit in my hand perfectly and never slip, they have a nice wide hole so I can pour product out easily and without hassle. They also never crack. I brought my old Recover ones into work to use as shampoo bottles (FYI I am a dog groomer) and after 1.5 years they never cracked on me. Plus they are made of 95% recycled plastic, they just are prefect.
BIOLAGE R.A.W. HEAT STYLING PRIMER
When I think heat protectants, I always think silicone, silicone, silicone. I mean I always just thought that was the magic ingredient that provided the heat protection. Biolage R.A.W. is here to prove me wrong though.
Packed with Coconut Milk and Meadowfoam, this protectant helps protect up to 450°F/205°C and delivers a very light hold. I usually apply a small amount to my towel dried hair and then either dry my hair with a blow dryer, or let it air dry and straighten it or curl it. I found my curls or straight hair stayed better and the tools didn't fry my hair at all. Since I am growing my hair out a bit, I started straightening it a lot more (like a lot more!!!) and my hair always looked really good, held the straightness without getting frizzy later in the day and hasn't gotten all damaged. Because it is silicone free, I don't find my hair gets that silicone oiliness or weighted down feeling I get with other protectors, and I never get long term buildup in my hair. Since the line has left me with so much more curl to my waves, if I do choose to go curly, I just pick and choose strands of my air dried hair to enhance with more curl. I find they last all day and look bouncy and full. They don't get frizzy either and feel 100% natural, as though I added no product.
Bonus reason to love it, it is made in Canada.
This works really well with the Colour Care shampoo and conditioner, they have the same key ingredients, and don't give me buildup on my hair of silicone. I feel like my hair has more body when I use them together, more natural wave or bounce and just feels healthier and shinier ( I cannot stop touching my hair).
Naturally dried hair after using the shampoo and conditioner
Overall Matrix's Biolage R.A.W. line has won me over and I really didn't think it could get better, and now I see it can. The best natural products ever now have a line meant for my colour treated hair and me and my hair are loving it.
Have you tried anything from Matrix Biolage R.A.W. before? What do you think of natural hair care products?
*Products were sent from PR for product review purposes. All views and opinions are my own.
Recently I got the chance to try out a few of L'oreal Paris Canada's new masks. There are two lines, the Pure-Clay line and the Pure-Sugar line. Now, I haven't tried every product in both lines, but I will share with you what my experiences are with these products since they suite my skin type.
I have dry, oh so dry, skin. It also is mid-late 30's skin now, so off-balanced hormonal break out skin now too (fun new things happening every day).
First off I am going to look the Pure Clay mask I got to try, Pure Clay Cleansing Mask. Made with Yuzu lemons and three different clays, it is supposed to help with removing built-up impurities, dirt and pollution.
You are supposed to apply a thin layer over your skin and let it sit for 10-15 minutes and use it two times a week. It is a yellow clay tone and goes on real smooth onto the face with just a tiny bit of grit to it. It feels really creamy on the face and dries up on the skin like a typical clay or mud mask.
With repeated use you should have some improvement on uneven skin tone and texture.
I really like this mask, which surprised me because mud isn't always nice on my dry skin. I think since it has such a creamy texture and maybe the blends of clay in it really helps stop my skin from getting all dry or burn (yes mud can make my skin burn like hot fire). Overall my skin was left feeling smooth and soft after using it.
Pure-Sugar Scrub For Dull Skin - Brightens and Refreshes
This scrub is formulated with three types of sugar, what types? I honestly don't know, but they feel nice and scuff of my dead skin with almost no effort. It also has grapeseed oil, acai and monoi oil in it to help it brighten up skin.
This one you apply to your skin (and lips), massage around and then rinse off, they recommend using it three times a week. I like to leave it on for 10 minutes. This one really reminds me of Fresh's strawberry sugar scrub, which I love so much, but without the strawberry seeds.
I like how well this texture of mask removes my dead skin. I often get flaky spots on my skin and only a sugar scrub seems to get rid of it. Oh also my skin feels so smooth and soft after using it, I just love it.
Pure-Sugar Scrub For Dry Skin - Smoothes and Nourishes
This baby is a lot like the Dull Skin version, three sugars in it as well. Unlike the other mask, this one has a creamy texture, and the sugar is a little less prominent making it feel less abrasive. It also feels buttery on the skin, that is because it has coconut oil and cocoa butter in it to help nourish dry skin.
Just like the other mask, L'oreal recommend applying it, massaging it on face and lips and then rinsing it off and using it three times a week. I like to leave it on for 10 minutes like I do with my other sugar masks (Fresh for example).
This mask feels way more buttery then the Dull Skin version. I can only assume that feeling comes from the coconut in it.
There is also a Pure-Sugar Scrub for Oily skin, which features Kiwi seeds and is green just like a kiwi puree. As well there is Pure-Clay Energizing Mask, it is grey toned has charcoal in it. Since my skin isn't incline to respond well to these mask (dry skin here) I haven't tried them.
Overall I really like these masks! I have been switching between the two sugar ones in my routine and really like how they both work. The Pure Clay mask also has been great to my skin, no burning plus, my post acne pigmentation seems to be responding well to it.
What do you think of these masks? Have you tried them yet? What is your favourite type of face mask?
*Products were sent from PR for review purposes, all views and opinions are my own.
Spring is finally here, my garden has started to bloom, cherry blossoms are everywhere! This just makes me so happy, but also fills the air with lots of beautiful floral notes. I cannot help but change my scent preferences this time of year, so I thought it would be nice to look at five scents I am currently loving.
My tastes tend to border on fruity, but right now floral and fruit with a hint of musk is what I am all about. Funny how the seasons change your taste. I am also more about fragrance mists then actual perfumes right now, mainly because they are lighter and I don't want to feel heavy this time of year.
Body Fantasies Signature Twilight Mist
With mandarin, coconut and fresh plum as its top notes, magnolia, tuberose, tiger orchid and violet in its middle notes and sandalwood, creamy must and vanilla in its bottom notes, this scent is a nice night time fragrance. It isn't heavy and isn't overwhelming but it definitely is a bit more musk-vanilla then it is fruity, which I think makes it a complex mix of scents that works well for the evening time in warmer weather.
So...? White Petals
With a name Like White Petals, you know this scent is going scream spring at you. With spring blossoms and budding flowers, this body spray smell wonderfully spring like. The bergamot, freesia and water lily add more depth and richness to the spray, but still maintains its floral scent. Since its a body mist you can go heavier on spraying it and won't feel guilty that you're going to overwhelm anyone. This is my go to floral scent right now, I just love how light combination of its scents smells, nothing heavy in it making it great for warm weather.
With Mint and Pineapple as its top notes, Violet and Strawberry as its middle notes and Vanilla, Praline and Musk as its base notes, this scent is summer with a bit of complexity. Pineapple and strawberries are some of my favourite fruits and scents, so to mix them with my favourite herb, mint, makes me really happy. The base notes (especially the musk) give it a bit of maturity and depth that really makes this scent memorable.
The strange thing is, in the bottle it is really fruity, but on my skin it is more musk and vanilla, which I honestly like. Since this one is an Eau De Toilette, one spritz is all you need, and all I would recommend since this one is a bit of a heavier of a scent. When I want it more fruity I spray it on my clothes instead of my skin. I find this one lasts all day, which is impressive since it retails for about $10.
Yardley London English Rose Eau De Toilette
Roses are definitely a warm weather scent for me. Gardens blooming with fresh roses and their scent permeating the air, that is summer. Yardley's English Rose smells exactly like real roses and is light and romantic. The whole line of English Rose products all smell amazing, but the Eau De Toilette is perfect for the summer, as well as the Moisturizing Fragrance Spray. When I want a light clean scent I spray it on, or the fragrance spray when I want something lighter. I always get compliments and that makes me happy.
Soap & Glory Smoothie Star Body Splash
Sweet almond, vanilla, sandalwood and musk, this scent smells rich and romantic. It is a little heavier then some other ones on this list, but because it is a body spray it is still light and easy to wear this time of year, I also really like this one at night time. It for some reason reminds me of dessert and sweets without being sickly or over the top. It also has a technology in it that keeps it going all day long (or all night long) which is always nice for a body mist, no one likes one that vanishes in an hour.
So there you have it, five scent I am currently loving.
Do you have a favourite scent right now? Does your taste in fragrances change as the seasons do?
* Some products were sent for review, all views and opinions are my own.
Finding the perfect Mother's Day gift isn't always easy, but with Yardley London it can be. Yardley London makes some fantastic bath and body products in some pretty amazing scents, but I know my mom would love their English Rose line, and that is why I am treating her to it this Mother's Day.
When I was a child I remember my mom having a vial of rose perfume and when I asked what it was for she dabbed a little bit behind my ears and said 'so boys will fall in love with you'. I never forgot that or that wonderful scent of rose. Yardley London captures that prefect scent of floral, light and sweet roses in this collection and it is just wonderful for spring and summer.
Moisturizing Body Wash
This clear and light wash foams up nice and rich while smelling like real roses. It also won't dry out your skin, which is always a plus.
Moisturizing Body Lotion
This lotion is light and not too heavy, but still moisturizing, plus it has a pump (always a plus). Layering this on after using the body wash is a great way to make the scent of roses last longer.
Fragranced Body Mist
I love Yardley's body mists, a lot really (read a review here), but the rose one has become my favourite these last few month. I can spritz it on in the morning and not feel it is too heavy and overwhelm others on my morning commute but still smell during the day. It is that light and not to heavy kind of scent that I love for the warmer weather.
Talc is that little bit extra that I think a lot of mothers would really like. It isn't a thing that younger people tend to use too much but it is very luxurious and adds another layer of scent to you routine making it last longer. I always have enjoyed talc before bed because of how it made my skin felt and the scent it enrobes me with. There are also some other great uses for scented talc powder, like keeping in your drawers to scent your clothes or for vacuuming (I sprinkle some baking soda and some scented talc and my carpet comes out much cleaner).
Eau De Toilette
This is my favourite item in the whole collection, Eau De Toilette. It smells fantastic and looks amazing in the bottle. The scent lasts all day and it works perfectly with the other items.
Every product in this scent collection is wonderful on its own, but when they are layered together they work even better and the scent lasts even longer. I love how the English Rose scent makes me feel, it is light, summery, romantic and never overwhelming all in one.
I hope you all have a wonderful Mother's Day, I am not worried about my mother's gift this year because I know she will love it thanks to Yardley London.
*Products were sent to me for review from PR. All views and opinions are my own, and yes I am giving this to my mom this year.
Years ago, when Hard Candy was just relaunched and a "new" value brand, they had a product that I adored, Fox In A Box. It was a boxed blush, sort of like Benefit's, but much more affordably, with a dinky brush, crusty free and they all had multiple shades inside them. I of course as Mrs. Fox, I ran out and got them all, and honestly still have them today. They were great quality blushes that I know a lot of people really loved.
Sadly, Hard Candy discontinued the blushes quite a few years back and moved towards mineralized bronzers, blushes and eventually their mineralized trios. I really do like the mineralized products, so I wasn't really too upset about the Fox in the Box being gone. That being said when I saw that HC was relaunching Fox in a Box I was super excited, that was until I tried them out.
An Original Fox in the Box, in Smooth Talker
So I guess I should explain that if you are looking for something like the old Fox in a Box, you are going to be very disappointed. The new 'blush' line consist of 2 blushes, 2 bronzers and 1 highlighter. They are all baked mineralized products, so they have minor marbling in them, and range from luminescent-mineral shimmery to full blown shimmer.
They still have brushes inside that don't really do anything, but instead of having an elastic to hold them in place, they have awkwardly placed blob of glue. One of my boxes could not even close until I removed the glue because it was on the edge of the box. Even then the box didn't really close too well (the old versions were like this too though).
The boxes actually are really adorable, with 5 different cartoons of girls with a pop art design on them and all named after each girl's "style" (Uptown Girl, Girl Boss, Girl Next Door, Party Girl, and Glamour Girl). Sadly I have no clue what shade is inside any of them because the colours on the outside aren't remotely related to what is inside, which I never found to be a problem with the old ones or Benefit, but do with these. A all pink box has a bronzer, a green and pink has blush, yellow and pink has bronzer, I just have no clue what is in what until I open them up to use them.
Finally the blushes themselves are now scented, each one different and frankly not something I am overly keen on but not necessarily dinging them for since it is so trendy right now with the PB and Peach scented lines from Too Faced out right now.
The actual blushes are nice, but not amazing. I honestly don't find they have a whole lot of colour pay off. I really find them similar to (but not stellar like) their previous mineralized kaleidoscope bronzers and blushes, which they seemed to have discontinued as well as the trios for this revival.
One of my boxes kind of came unglued inside last week after only using it a few times, now I have a flap moving around scraping up product.
The original Fox in the Box was the thing that got me hooked on blushes back in the day and probably the reason I have all the Benefit Boxes blushes in my collection now, but after forking out $7.98 box I am little disappointed I did. They aren't built that well, the products aren't that pigmented and they sacrificed products I really liked more to launch them. I really didn't think I would buy these and be comparing them so heavily to other products or even the original, but the more I used them, the more I just felt let down. The pigment just isn't there!
So to sum it up, I was super stoked to see a favourite from my past return in a new updated box, only to learn it wasn't really done that well and that other products I liked were sacrificed in the process. *Sigh* *Products were purchased with my own money.
When something new and really different comes along I can't help but get excited. Olayrecently launched their new Whips line or moisturizers. Available in three of their most popular lines, Regenerist, Total Effects and Luminous, they offer all the benefits of their lines with the added bonus of being super light.
What makes Whips so light and well, Whipped? A whole bunch of technology I don't fully grasp,
but essentially all the moisture you usually get in a moisturizer is locked with air into a formula that is light but holds 1000x its weight in moisture. Then when it makes contact with your skin it releases all that moisture and transforms into a liquid. Neat right? Light weight but heavy on the moisture, what I have always dreamed of.
Here is why I actually really like this product. I have dry skin, and Olay Whips delivers moisture, serious moisture, without the need for me to pile on thick and heavy cream. Normally I have to put a pretty thick lay or cream on to get my face hydrated enough, and then wait, and wait for it to sink in. Now its a lot quicker I just put a tiny amount on my face and rub in, done.
You can feel on your skin that it is far more hydrating then you would think for its texture and weight, which is good thing. Plus I love the 25 SPF version in the mornings, it saves me one extra step and helps me get going all that much faster while still keeping my face feeling light. It really is perfect for the upcoming warmer months where I just end up sweating too much if I put a heavy product on my face.
The Regenerist line is for those that feel their skin is looking a bit older then it should, essentially tired skin. It helps fight wrinkles and the effects of aging. Which I honestly think is for me in my mid-late 30's. Luminous is all about helping you get glowing skin without the shine. Total Effects is about nourishing your skin the best you can.
*Products were sent for review purposes, all views and opinions are my own.
Sometimes I get all caught up in trying to create blog posts on certain products or topics that I forget that blogging is sometimes about the daily things. Thus I am starting a new series, Five Things I am Loving Right Now. Hopefully I will do this seasonally, but maybe more often then that if the mood strikes. The whole point is to share with your the stuff I am using daily and getting some good use out of. Sometimes I might be in the process of writing a full post on the products, sometimes I will be revisiting past products that I am still loving (or rediscovered) and sometimes just products I want to give a good shout out to.
I big shout out to Madeline from Classically Contemporary. We recently had a little chit-chat and she inspired me to start this series (because that is what friends do, inspire us to be better).
Palmer's Cocoa Butter Skin Therapy Skin Oil
I reviewed this way back in 2015 and loved it and its accompanying face oil and oil cleanser. While I may of got these three items from PR back then, I actually used them up and re-bought them more then once (which frankly I never end up using anything up anymore, so I am impressed).
First off it is like Bio Oil, yes. But it also cost about $10, has a pump and contains no mineral oil. Plus my skin really loves it. Since it is safe for the face I have been using it a lot more then I would have thought on my face this winter. I just have been so dry this past season and this has been the answer to my skin problems.
Wet N Wild Photo Focus Pressed Powder
I have been meaning to blog about Wet N Wild's new foundation collection for what feels like forever, but alas I have not. So while I can tell you I really love the foundation, the powder is maybe the item I love the most. I have been having one heck of the time with my face skin being dry and flaky when I apply any foundation, heck even BB or tinted moisturizer, so when I say this powder leaves my skin looking nice and cake free I am pretty impressed. In fact I did something I haven't done in years, I hit pan! I fully plan on repurchasing this powder (and the foundation for that matter)
Last year Pixi by Petra returned to Canada, I for one was pretty excited. I was happy to have access to their makeup again but also their new skin care products. I fell in love with their Mattluster lipstick in Rose. It is a moisturizing formula that is still semi-matte, which I think looks great for day to day wear. It also happens to be this great rose-nude shade that looks great on my skin and I can wear just about all the time.
As mentioned above, my skin hasn't been behaving well. I am going to be blaming bad weather, lack of sleep, and some crazy hormones. Vichy's Idealia line is meant for skin that is subjected to pollution, lack of sleep, poor diets and hormone issues, pretty much me. That being said whenever my skin starts acting all messed up, I go back to Idealia and remember why I love it so much and wonder why I ever tried anything else.
L'oreal Micellar Water Complete Cleanser - All Skin Types*
I love a good Micellar water, but often find I have a hard time removing my waterproof makeup. Since I wear waterproof mascara and liner almost every single day, it kind of gets pointless, I end up tugging more then removing and am never satisfied. I discovered this duo-phase version from L'oreal and was amazed at how well it removed everything from my face without any film left on my skin. It also happens to be Oil, Fragrance, Alcohol and Soap Free, meaning my dry and sensitive skin stays calm and doesn't get reactive or angry.
There are 5 beauty items I am really loving right now. Not only am I using them almost daily, but I am using them up, which is impressive for me.
What are some items you are loving right now?
*items marked with an asterisk were give to me from PR. All views and opinions are my own.
Lip Smacker has a bunch of fun Easter surprises this year for just about everyone. From Coca-Cola, Disney to Lemonade and DIY customizable balms, there is something to fun for everyone.
This year Lip Smackers Disney Tsum Tsums have some fun new Characters. Mickey (Cherry) and Mini (Strawberry Lollipop) come in fun pastel shades for the season and their own little Easter Egg design on their sides. Thumper (Caramel Kiss) and Eeyore (Cheer Up Buttercup) are back (I reviewed them last Easter). Thumper even comes with a fun new little carrot design on him, which is really cute for a little bunny like him.
I really do adore the Tsum Tsum formula, it is thick and very protective. If you want something more then a traditional tube lip balm these are for you. I also love that they are creating fun new seasonal versions of the characters, I honestly think I am going to end up with a very large collection soon.
If Tsum Tsums aren't your thing but Disney still is, there are some fun new trios out that are packed in little egg shaped bags that have zippers on them. There is Disney characters dressed up for Easter (Strawberry Soda Pop, Orange Soda Pop, and Grape Soda Pop flavours) and Moana (Mango Cruising, Passionfruit Island, Coconut Splash flavours).
I know my nieces are all into Moana more than any other movie right now (yes, I did go to a Moana themed birthday party) so they would love to find this one in an Easter egg hunt or in their basket.
There also are some great candy options for the sweet lover in your family. Packaged in cute little colourful plastic eggs with three lip balms in each. There is Skittles (Skittles Green Apple, Skittles Wild Berry Strawberry, and Skittles Strawberry), Starbursts (Starburst Cherry, Starburst Fave Red Strawberry, and Starburst Fave Red Watermelon) and M&Ms (all are Chocolate flavoured).
I personally love Starburst the most of these, but am drawn to how adorable the M&Ms look with the little plastic M&Ms on the top of the caps.
Coca-Cola is a classic flavour to me, for Easter you can get a little plastic egg filled with Coca-Cola Classic, Cherry Coke and Sprite flavours. I reviewed some coke products last year and really loved how spot on the flavours were.
You can also get a fountain pop lip balm and stick lip balm in a duo that is packaged like an egg. The Fountain pops have the same formula as the Tsum Tsums and as I said above, I do love them. The duo is a great idea for those that love both types of balms and want some variety.
Finally there are fun Lemonade flavours. There is a cup lip balm and tube duo in Watermelon Lemonade as well as Strawberry Lemonade (not shown) and they smell amazing. Just amazing! There are also fun custom DIY Topper Duos, you get two lip balms, an Easter egg shaped topper and stickers so you can customize your lip balm to your liking.
So if a sweet treat, a Disney classic, or a classic cola is your thing, Lip Smacker has something fun for you this Easter season. Now trying to find fun places to hide these babies for an Easter Egg Hunt, that is going to be fun, so is seeing the looks on everyone's faces when they find them.
*PR samples features. All opinions are my own.
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