Carmex Moisture Plus Lip Balm Sticks and fall/winter sneak peak

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Carmex. All opinions are 100% mine.

Carmex has been manufacturing its original lip balm in an iconic yellow lidded jar since 1937, until now. A new, fancier style has been created to fit everyones stylish trends. Each design are inspired by Pantone’s official color and print forecast for the coming fashion runways and new design are available four times a year to match your style.

Carmex sent me four of their current stylish lip balms with SPF 15 to try out and review. The lip balm sticks all have different designs which are super cute and stylish! They create new designs each season and the four current spring/summer designs were Pink Zebra, Turquoise & White checkers, Japanese flowers and a  Flower Lace design. 
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My favorite design out of these are the Flower Lace one or the Pink Zebra just to cheer up anything with a little pink touch. These are perfect for me as an everyday beauty item to use. I don’t think that I really understand how much the sun damages my skin, even my lips. With the SPF 15 in the lip balms it also makes it easier for me to be protected from the sun. A great lip and skin care tips for everyone out there being exposed to the sun

The stick is a regular, slim, round stick with a normal cap and a reversible stick. All of the balms are clear/transparent and have a very light flavor of vanilla, I could also taste some mint in there. The lipstick leaves a satiny shine on your lips after use and moistures your lips without it feeling like you have a bunch of moisturizer on. You can buy Carmex Moisture Plus at Walmart, Walgreens, and Dollar General for only $2.49.

Here is a little preview of the Fall/Winte line that will be sold soon in stores.


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