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Product Review: Smith’s Rosebud Salve Balm

Hey everyone!

Today’s post is also featuring a purchase from Sephora late last year (I really need to get that post up huh?). It’s a product I had been introduced to a few years ago by my mommy, but in a slightly different form.  We always  knew this product to come in a dark blue metal tin.

It had and still has a nice light rose scent, and a feel on the lips like a lighter, more sophisticated version of petroleum jelly. It does does very well at moisturizing the lips. The only issue we ever had with it was that it was in a tub. I don’t particularly like dipping a finger  (whether very clean out otherwise) into a product. If your fingers are clean, you’ll get stiff on them, and if they’re not so clean, then….well you’re transferring some serious germs. I remember saying to my mom years ago that it would be perfect if it came in a tube. And voila! Fast forward some time, and request granted!

This balm was on sale for around $5 I believe, though I’m not very sure of the regular price. I do recommend trying this product at least once, esp if you suffer from chapped lips. It also gives a nice moderate sheen,without looking like you basted your lips in crisco.

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Hope you enjoy!

Have you all tried this balm, whether in the tube or the jar? What did you think of it? Thanks for stopping by. I really appreciate it. Don’t forget to follow ILuvBeautie both here and on Facebook for upcoming posts and amazing giveaways. Until next time, have an awesome day! =)

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