Kenzoki Sweet and Smooth Lip Duo

Kenzoki Did you know that Kenzo, known for their perfumes, also does skin care? Well, they do, using the name Kenzoki, and here is a product that I already know will be on my best products of the year list. I can’t rave about it enough!

The Kenzoki Sweet and Smooth Lip Duo is a dual sided lipstick shaped balm. On one half, the balm contains sugar grains and lemon fibers as a natural exfoliator. The other half is a conditioning balm with Vitamin E. The exfoliating side is very gentle—you hardly feel it working, yet it does a decent job. The conditioning side is smooth and packed full of moisture. It has a nice balance between conditioners and thickness. Basically, it isn’t waxy, but it is thick enough that it feels like it says a bit. It reminds me quite a bit of another favorite of mine, the Caudalie lip conditioner (read review).

The balm leaves a sweet, sort of almond taste behind that I also love.

$22, and seriously worth that price in my mind, at KenzoUSA.com.

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Caudalie Lip Conditioner

Caudalie Lip ConditionerCaudalie Lip Conditioner is one of my new absolute favorites in lip treatment and conditioner. This colorless, flavorless, seemingly basic conditioning stick, feels incredible and has a nice set of ingredients with shea butter, grapeseed extract and an SPF of 8.

It is hard to describe the feel of this one. It is a bit like the richer, thicker balms, but yet has a smoother, silkier feel. It reminds me a lot of an Artistry Vitamin E stick that I had when I was in college.

Claimed to be the best selling lip balm in the French Alps, Caudalie Lip Conditioner tends to get quite good reviews. The balm is lipstick in shape for easy application and comes in a good size tube for around $10.


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