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Review: Crazy Rumors Lip Balms

Crazy Rumors

Type of Product
Lip Balm

Candy Corn
Raspberry Sherbet
Bubble Gum
Mint Chocolate

Made in

Net Weight 
0.15oz (4.2g)

The other day I was browsing for new brands of moisturizing lip balms to try and I chanced upon Crazy Rumors lip balms. Initially, I was attracted to their interesting brand name and flavours available. After much research, I found out that they were highly raved for being affordable and moisturising so I had to grab a few to try!
Each lip balm comes in a small, clear twist tube with labels in bright colours and cute cartoons to indicate the different flavours. The ingredients are printed on the label, indicating 100% natural lip balm with moisturising shea butter. They are all vegan, cruelty free, leaping bunny approved! I haven't actually tried organic and cruelty free products before so this is the first!
All tubes come with a safety seal so do check yours before opening to try. The seal is relatively easy to remove and doesn't leave a sticky residue which sometimes can be frustrating to see dust or fur or hair sticking to it after leaving it in bags. Lip balms are slightly yellowish in colour and the scent differ from each flavour. I have only tried the mint chocolate and candy corn. Both smells really good; mint chocolate smells more minty than chocolate while candy corn smells like caramel popcorn. I can't help tasting it and it tastes sweet because of the ingredient: stevia.
The ingredients for all are almost the same except for the scent and I love the formula of these. It glided on so smoothly when I first tried it on the back of my hand. A slight sheen can be seen after application and the moisturizing effect lasts for a couple of hours. It isn't sticky and doesn't dry out the lips after meals or removal unlike some of the previous lip balms I've tried.

It is a decent lip balm with an affordable price tag, doing what it promises and most importantly it is organic. So the next time you're looking for a moisturising lip balm, you can give this a shot!


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