Review: Balm Chicky Balm Balm (70’s inspired lip balms!)

03 Sep 2013

It’s September already! I know I say this every month, but time sure does fly. I can’t believe Summer is over. Just typing this makes me feel sad… Anyway, let’s talk about something a little bit more fun, like these sexy lil’ ladies I’ve been carrying around! 🙂

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These are lip balms by the brand Balm Chicky Balm Balm. Do me a favor and say that out loud, will ya? Balm Chicky… Balm Balm! Hihi! Balm Chicky Balm Balm is a 70’s inspired lifestyle brand: an all natural lip moisturizing balm.

How they are described:
“The sound track to the 70s can now be spread across your lips making them moist, supple and ready for action! With all natural ingredients and scents to fuel your inner fire, BCBB is ready to please. Want more? The real scene stealer is our unique patented package. The Friend Endâ„¢ tube is designed to keep balm users from sharing more than just lip relief. Never taint your balm again!”
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My thoughts
There are five different flavors in total. The ones I was sent and reviewing today are in bold below. I love their taglines. So funny! Check them out:

Juicy Melons: soaks your lips with luscious moisture!
Huge Cucumber: one heck of a nice package!
Hot Chocolate Love: oozing with sensuality…
Wild Mountain Honey: tames the most weathered lips into supple submission
Sweet Baby Ginger: A little bit naughty, a little bit nice!

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Juicy Melons


Wild Mountain Honey

Wild Mountain Honey


Hot Chocolate Love

Hot Chocolate Love


I’ve been trying these ladies out for a little while now and I’m hooked! What I noticed straight away was the packaging of course. It is SO cute! Each balm features a fierce lady from the 70’s. Love it! What’s inside isn’t bad either: Balm Chicky Balm Balm is all natural. All Balm Chicky Balm bases are made with the following ingredients: organic extra virgin olive oil, organic palm oil and organic hemp seed oil, beeswax, rosemary extract and vitamin E. Mineral tint: mica, titanium dioxide and iron oxide.

The tube itself contains 3 times as much balm as the typical lip balm tube. The opposite end has a flip cap which contains a separate stash of balm, just the right size for the finger of a borrowing friend. The intent is to let friends share balm without having to share germs. Smart! My husband sometimes uses one of my lip balms and now I can tell him to ‘use the Friend End‘. 😉

One thing though, the Friend End, however, is not retractable, the other person is supposed to use their finger, which isn’t the most sanitary way for them, in my opinion. Because what if you have more than one friend (or coworker for example) who might like to use your lip balm? Hmm…

I’ve been grabbing my Balk Chicky Balm Balm in the evenings before bed (nothing’s better than waking up with soft, moisturized lips!) and I also use them under matte lipsticks that are a bit drying. They are very, very moisturizing and they have a great scent to them. Not too overpowering and not ‘fake’, just right!

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My favorite one is Juicy Melons. I just love the sweet smell of melons. My second favorite one is Hot Chocolate Love, simply because the lady is brown (not gonna lie…). My third favorite is Wild Mountain Honey. Honey… need I say more? Heck, I love them all and I can’t wait to try the other two. In fact, I can’t wait to try the Huge Cucumber (yep, I said it)!

Get it with a discount!
Balm Chicky Balm Balm is available online at www.balmchicky.com/store. The lip balms retail for $12 each. However, I’m excited to announce my own promo code!

Kizzy Chicky

No, I am not affiliated with Balm Chicky (meaning I’m not making any money from this), but entering this code at checkout (“Kizzy Chicky”) will save you some money! In stead of $12.00 you pay just $6.69. This is almost 50% off. Also, shipping is a buck! 🙂


Kizzy

Kizzy, blogger behind Kizzy Online, originally created this blog to use as her personal life journal. When she moved from the Netherlands to the United States in 2010, she started focusing more on beauty, fashion and lifestyle. She also writes about her life as a wife and a mom of 2 in San Diego, California.

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