Thursday, February 14, 2013

Bungalow Bath and Body

I've had these balms for quite some time, but at the time I received these I was receiving a ton of other balms so these kind of got pushed to the back burner. It's so hard to keep track of which balms to use sometimes because of the influx of balms that can occur when I go a bit crazy on lip balm buying.

Company: Bungalow Bath and Body

Flavors: Pineapple Tangerine, Cherry Limeade, Pina Colada, and Coconut Milk & Peaches. The Pineapple Tangerine is a wonderful blend of tangy, tart pineapple and sweet, ctirusy tangerine. It is a very fresh and fruity scented balm. The Cherry Limeade smells just like a pack of gummy Lifesavers, you know what I'm talking about when you first rip open the package and you smell every flavor at once in there? It smells just like that! It then kind of mellows out and smells just like the cherry Lifesavers with a little bit of lime. It's a very interesting scent, a different yet wonderful rendition of a Cherry Limeade balm. The Pina Colada smells just like the tropical drink, tropical pineapple and coconut blended together. It smells lovely! Jen was nice enough to include a tube of her Coconut Milk & Peaches with my order. This balm smells incredible! Just like very sweet peaches mixed with tropical coconut that adds a little bit of creaminess to the scent. It's probably my favorite one out of this bunch! I'm so glad she included it in my order. Thank you, Jen!

Wear: These balms glide on very smooth and a bit thicker than other balms which is pretty nice. They cover my lips really well and provide a nice layer of moisture on my lips! If you're looking for a balm that's a little thicker, this is definitely one to try. It feels different than other balms, I don't know if it's because the ingredients are a little different, but these balms feels really good on my lips!

Packaging: These balms come in oval tubes, which you know I absolutely adore and prefer to your typical circular tubes. The labels of these balms have the name of the shop right on front in between two images that depict the flavor of the balm. The flavor of the balm is positioned right on the curve of the tube, which is kinda different since it isn't straight on front. I do love the font choices Jen chose for the label, it's a cute script almost hand written cursive. The only thing is that the cursive makes the ingredients a little difficult to read, but it's not that big of a deal.

Price: $3 per tube which is definitely a reasonable price for one of these!

Pros: Flavors, Wear, Packaging, Price

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 twists. These balms are pretty darn good, and there are definitely a few more flavors I'm interested in trying. Jen offers a wide variety of flavors in her shop, there's sure to be a balm for everyone!

Ingredients: Castor Seed Oil,Cetyl Stearyl Alcohol, Olive Fruit Oil, Beeswax, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Soybean Lipids, Lauryl Laurate,Carnauba Wax, Candelilla Wax, Flavor oil, Color

Have you tried Bungalow Bath and Body balms before? Which flavors are your favorite?

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  1. I just ordered two balms after I read your review. I got Cake Batter and Coconut Milk & Peaches. Oops! Hehe. ;)

    1. Let me know how the Cake Batter is! I know you'll love the Coconut Milk & Peaches, it's definitely my favorite Bungalow Bath balm =).



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