I swear it feels like yesterday when we celebrated New Year’s Eve and walked into the 2015. Well, Easter is right around the corner and it’s surreal how fast time flies at least for me. Although we never fully celebrated this holiday at home (besides painting the eggs of course) and I never get the whole Easter festive vibe. Anyway, I decided to put up a more of an »eastery« themed post for a change featuring these four lovely Eos Sphere organic lip balms.
The first thing I must point out is that not all of Eos lip balms are the same. Not only that their scent is completely different, there are some mayor differences in the texture as well as function. I did a post about these lovely egg shaped lip treatments a while ago (you can check it out my clicking here) and now I wanted to show you my updated collection. After my first trio (Blueberry Acai, Pomegranate Raspberry and Sweet Mint) I upgraded my collection with the Lemon Drop with SPF15 in the summer (featured in this post). Later the Coconut Milk made its way into my stash and quickly became one of my favourites. It has a super sweet and delicious flavour, it glides more effortlessly then the previous ones I tried, it feels more emollient and more hydrating. A week ago, some mayor upgrade was in order! I decided to go for another Blueberry Acai, which was the only one I’ve already used up and additional two (for me) new flavours. Medicated Tangerine smells like orange flavoured Cedevita (which is a local instant drink) and it quickly overshadowed all of the eggs I’ve previously tried. The scent is not my favourite (it may even be my least favourite), while the efficiency rocks! Besides all the amazing beneficent extracts and oils it is the only one that contains phenol 0,5%, which is an external analgesic and helps relieve symptoms of cold sores and chapped lips (similar to Carmex, yes). I used it (besides many other lip treatments) after my last skiing trip when my lips were severely dehydrated and irritated and it really worked wonders! Really lovely stuff… Last but not least, my newest Eos member numero duo is the Honeysuckle Honeydew, flavoured with sweet melon. My second favourite! To be completely honest, Eos lip balms got me hyped mainly because their unusual appearance and lovely flavours, they didn’t replaced my well used and well loved Carmex. These two (Medicated Tangerine and Honeysuckle Honeydew) have been battling along quite well! I’ve been loving both and switching them constantly, keeping one on my nightstand and one in my purse, while the others scattered all around our flat. I wish they all had an SPF, that would truly be a blast. Happy Easter, folks!