Moonstone is the perfect name for this sheer luminescent mineral-tinted lip balm. It gives a gorgeous natural glow to your own lip color. Glide some on and head out for a moon dance.
This isn't your grandma's Sugar Plum, though she'd approve. Sheer berry-wine mineral-tinted lip balm, with an equal amount of both berry and wine. So if you're a girl who likes a darker shade of plum with a natural shimmer, here it is.
The ingredients are: Organic Sunflower Oil*, Organic Beeswax*, Organic Castor Oil*, Organic Coconut Oil*, Organic Vanilla*, Organic Aloe Vera*, Vitamin E, Iron Oxides, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Candelilla Wax.
* certified organic ingredients.
The product is packaged in generic lip balm packaging. The tube is clear in colour so you can see through what colour the lip balm is. The product has a slight vanilla scent to it.
The colour of both lip balms applied really smoothly and evenly on my lips. Moonstone is a very pale pink colour (leaning towards lilac/lavender) and has an iridescent (more like a frosty finish_ shine to it. It's very moisturising and I would compare the pigmentation and finish of it to a glaze or frost lipstick from MAC.
Sugar Plum is a darker colour than Moonstone. It is a plum colour and can also be applied sheer for a more subtle look. This one doesn't feel as moisturising as the Moonshine tinted lip balm. The pigmentation is a little sheerer than the Moonstone lip balm.
They did have a little gritty feeling on my lips, but nothing annoying. Don't even notice it. This is because they are quite frosty.
I love these lip balms. My most worn lipsticks are the MAC lipsticks with a glaze or frost finish and I love how I can just put one of these in my pocket or bag when I need to moisturise my lips or touch up my lipstick.
The Eco Lips tinted lip balms can be purchased here on the Eco Lips website for US$4.49 each.
Please note: The colours are more vibrant as in the colour of what the labels are coming up as in the images.
Disclaimer: Products were provided by Eco Lips for review purpose.