I often fidget about shorter posts, thinking it might suggest negligence or laziness, but I forget that there are times when brevity better suits the occasion, and when products speak well for themselves, there really isn't much else needed to be said.
One such product is the Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment SPF 15. I've tried both Honey and Passion and I've been thinking about the Rose and regular versions ever since.
L-R: Passion, Honey
The Fresh Sugar Lip Treatments are lightweight balms housed in a sturdy lipstick canister. It differs from regular packaging in that you have to twist the cap to access it. There is no chance that the cover will dislodge in your bag - always a plus.
Lips without any product
In one of my very first posts on Messy Wands, I mentioned that I used to be highly sensitive toward lip products. While the (unknown) allergies have since subsided, occasionally it still rears its ugly head. Burt's Bees and Chapsticks don't do well on my lips, even the oft-raved-about Jack Black Lip Balm tends to make my lips swell when left on overnight. I've had no problems with the Fresh balms. They work as they should, are tasteless, and while there's a slight odor to the bullet it doesn't linger on the lips. I don't find that frequent re-application is needed.
The two that I have give me an extra pop of color, which I like. Those who prefer colorless balms can choose to explore the original version.
I couldn't recommend them enough.
Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment SPF 15 retails for $22.50 and is available at Fresh freestanding stores and Sephora.