Our superstar-hero-ingredient with the big heart. The molecular structureof lanolin mimics human oils, which is why we call it ‘Nature’s Wonder Moisturiser’.
Super rich and creamy, it’s a great lip conditioner.
The gold-standard in antioxidants.
Lanolin*, theobroma cacao (cocoa) butter*, cera alba*, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter*, prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil*, vitus vinifera (grape) seed oil*, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, tocopherol (vit e)*, CI 77499, CI177491, CI 77492, CI 15850, (nat) fragrance*. *naturally derived/Dérivé naturelle
Apply to lips as needed.
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Tinted balm in spice is the best color so far for a tinted balm. The color is perfect and doesn’t fades too much compare to others. I think darker color are perfect for a tinted balm. Wish they could produce this color with spf too
Such a great colour for people like me who have very little pigment in their natural lip colour. Without a little tinted balm I can look washed out. This tint gives me the colour I wish my lips had naturally. Please don't take this gorgeous colour away.
Great color if you're looking for a berry-ish shade! It's significantly darker than rhubarb but it's still flattering enough to be worn as an everyday shade!
I own all the tinted/colored lip products Lanolips has, and this one is my favorite (the red multi-use ointment is probably a tie or very close second, and I also love the nude lip tints). It's definitely my favorite because of the PERFECT color! The color doesn't look as dark on the lips as it does in the tube, thankfully; it gives a tint that isn't too subtle but isn't very dark, either. Just the right hint of color. I will say that the smell is not at all what I expected—it's more of a spice smell—but it's not bad or anything. Very moisturizing and makes me feel luxe.
Bought this on sale recently and so glad I did. Wasn't sure about the color, but it's a lovely shade for a fair skin tone -- particularly in the fall season.