Yesterday while out and about the lipstick I'd had on decided to leave - I always like to have some sort of protection on my lips so while in a mall waiting on my daughter yesterday I picked up this new product by Blistex. Usually when I've bought lip balm I've had the problem of it not lasting very long but not with this product.
This is the new Blistex Deep Renewal lip balm and all I can say is mmmmm. This goes on so smoothly and leaves the lips feeling silky soft literally for hours! I put it on as soon as I bought it and by 6 that night (which would be approx a 4 hour stretch) my lips still felt great!
The product provides a sunscreen protection of SPF 15 with Coenzyme Q10 to keep lips smooth and feeling revitalized, something called Hyaluronic which is suppose to make the lips appear fuller, vitamin collagen anti-oxident complex to keep the lips healthy, light refractors to add a softer, younger look to the lips :), and of course the sunscreen.
The tube of lip balm is white but goes on clear and there is no odd taste or waxy feel to it. Nothing but luscious, soft and oh so kissable :) lips.
It actually works quite well as a base before applying other lip products and I didn't have a problem with lipstick staying on over it - actually it appeared to give it a bit more wearability. I put it on prior to putting lip gloss on last eve before I left the house again around 7 and by 1 in the morning I could still feel the product working well.
As a totally impulse buy, this was one that actually worked out exceptionally well. At one point while out last evening I went to show it to someone and couldn't find it - it was hiding in my pocket - the first time I think I've actually felt a little panic that I lost something :) It was found under some mints I had though so all is good. A great product, reasonalbe price and works great. Can't comment on the line reduction aspect at this time however as in all fairness, I've only used it about 4 times total so haven't really had a lot of experience in determining whether or not it is great as a fine line reducer - but imagine that with regular use, it very well could be.