Buddha Balm, good karma?

 Posted by on August 30, 2010
Aug 302010

Buddha Balm company mission: To be relevant in the lives of our users and inspire people to realize their potential and their dreams. How can lip balm do that? It’s simple, when you feel good, you do good.

Buddha Balm has concocted a sweet treat for your lips! These deliciously flavored and scented lip balms are soy-based, petroleum, preservative and paraben free. Buddha Balm comes in four Flavors: Lychee Pomegranate, Burnt Sugar Fig, Mandarin Orange Ginger and Crushed Mint Apple. These lip balms have moisturizing ingredients such as Coconut Oil, Soybean oil, Vitamin E and Beeswax to keep you lips soft and protected.

I tried all four flavors but I would have to say that the Lychee Pomegranate was my favorite. The fruity taste was not overwhelming and kept my lips smooth and supple all day long. The texture is creamy and easily glides across the lips. These lip balms can be purchased for $4 at Kitson, Ricky’s NYC and buddhabalm.com. These lip balms are great quality at a great price – good karma indeed.

Disclosure: The product(s) featured in this review were provided for editorial consideration. Receipt of a product does not guarantee review and all opinions are my own. For further information, please see my disclosure policy.

  2 Responses to “Buddha Balm, good karma?”

  1. These sound so good and natural! That’s probably why they’re so cheap. Those natural ingredients don’t cost much but are so good for you.

  2. I have been using Buddha Balm forever and it really is the best stuff around. It’s so tasty and it works better than anything. The cool thing is that you can buy it online now.

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