Korres Jasmine Lip Butter, £6.30 (prices vary) online and in selected stores
Korres Lip Butters became a staple of many a beauty cabinet of 2012, and this is my second purchase after the Plum version which I bought in October last year and wore religiously for months. Made with rice wax and shea butter, they are moisturising and nourishing on the lips and have some serious colour pay-off to boot. This one is one of the more neutral offerings of the range (alongside Guava), and is a beautiful delicate baby pink colour. I've seen a couple of reviews describe this as having little to no pigmentation, but I have to disagree - that might be because my lips are naturally quite dark, so this makes a lot of difference to them.
This lip butter smells lovely, not too overpowering, and feels really buttery on the lips. I rate these so highly I've just ordered Pomegranate - a vibrant hot pink - to add to my collection.
My only issue with these lip butters are with the more vibrant ones - I found Plum to bleed a little around my lips when I applied a few coats for a more intense colour, but blotting or lining the lip would fix this quickly.
Korres Lip Butters are free of silicones and are dermatologically tested.
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