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SISLEY Nutritive Lip Balm Reviews, Photos, Swatches

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LIP TREATMENTS, Lips, NC20, SISLEY, Yishan | by — September 3, 2013

Brand: Sisley
Range: Nutritive Lip Balm
Swatched by yours truly: Yishan

  • Sisley Nutritive Lip Balm is an exceptionally rich and repairing lip balm for cracked, dry and chapped lips.
  • It’s rich in soothing, emollient and protective lipid, and features a combination of oils (hazelnut, plum kernel, sunflower), shea butter and kokum butter to re-hydrate and plump the lips.
  • What’s unique about this lip balm over other rich lip balms is that it forms a protective film against the environment, so that the ingredients can work their magic on your lips beneath.
  • Free of artificial colouring and fragrance.
  • Verdict: To put this balm to the ultimate test, I stopped using my holy grail night time lip balm and used Sisley morning and night continuously for several days.  The protective barrier was impressive as it kept my lips protected all through the night (for me, 99% other lip balms never last the night) on most days, the exception  being when my lips were exceptionally dry or I was dehydrated. As a lip base, it provides long lasting hydration underneath lipstick & adds a little shine too.   But the most impressive results were on chapped lips.  I suffer from them just like anyone else especially during winter, and this lip balm very quickly nursed them back to to health.  The only drawback is that it’s incredibly expensive, especially when I can think of a day and night lip balm that costs a fraction but achieves equally impressive results.  This is definitely one for the lippie connoisseur.

SISLEY Nutritive Lip Balm 1b

RRP: $80 AUD

This product was provided for consideration.

3 Responses to “SISLEY Nutritive Lip Balm Reviews, Photos, Swatches”

  1. Jessica says:

    Hmmm…interesting and impressive. This seems like a great product to try out but I guess I have to pass on this for it is really expensive. There are other kinds that are great and affordable.

  2. Marianthi says:

    I adore many Sisley products, although I do not buy from that brand as much as I used to.
    This lip balm is new to me, but I will surely check it out next time I pass from a Sisley counter. Still, I am afraid nothing can make me betray my trusted balm (it is a no-name, hand-made product which I buy from a local monastery -of all things!- and it is dirt-cheap).

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