Korres Greek Yoghurt Lip Cooler in Peach, $19
The tip of the doe foot like applicator has a hidden metal ball. Applying it to your lips and massaging it around melts the product in your lips as well as give them a tingling sensation!
As you can see, the Peach color isn't very pigmented, but it is very airy and moisturizing. There are "chunks" shown in this picture because it has not been massaged into my skin yet.
Korres Lip Cooler in Peach
Blended into skin. You can still see the tint and sheen.
Application/texture: The texture is a little bumpy at first and smooths out quite well after you massage the product into your lips with the applicator. The applicator feels so nice. It is cool and smooth and gives your lips a pick-me-up. The product itself has a bit of minty feeling so it leaves the lips with a slight tingly sensation.
Scent: I smell a bit of honeysuckle in this product, but it is light and goes away almost immediately.
Staying power: The pigmentation isn't that strong on my lips so I can't say whether that disappeared a lot or not. However, the moisturizing power is good for a couple hours or so before another application. It lasts longer if I don't wipe my mouth at all.
Overall: I enjoy this product for its innovative lip cooling abilities and massaging perk. The product itself does moisturize and gives a tint without requiring you to put your finger in a pot. However, I still find the scent and feeling of the potted lip butters more pleasing to use, especially at night. This product seems to be more of a cosmetic item with its shiny finish, whereas the lip butters are more for "medicinal" purposes with its richer balmy textures.
So would I replace one with the other? no. I do like both for different purposes. I will likely keep my lip butters at home next to my night stand and the lip coolers in my purse for a clean pick-me-up.
What are your thoughts? Have you come across using one of these yet?
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