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Review: Maybelline New York Baby Lips, Winter Flush Lip Balm


Winter is already around the corner, the cold dry breeze is making its whirl, and it is probably the season where we need to be exceptionally careful and take good care of our skin, hair and not forgetting our lips. 
The weather makes everything feel so dry and lack of moisture, so we have to go an extra mile to keep up with the season, choose the best of moisturisers and shampoo to handle our dry situation. And, talking of dry, an extra precaution to keep our lips from chapping is a must. It's time we pack our winter essentials and brace ourselves, coz... 'Winter is Here.' 

From my personal experience, Maybelline has always been my go-to beauty products whether it may be their awesome collection of eyeshadow palettes, mascaras, eyeliners, etc. or when it comes to taking care of my lips. So, if I have to pick up my winter lips nourishment, I had put my money on their lip care products. Any day.
On that note, I will be reviewing their recently launched, Maybelline baby lips winter flush tinted lip balm which comes free in the pack of Maybelline Baby Lips Candy rush lip balm. 
About the products:

          Maybelline New York Baby Lips Color Candy Rush Lip Balm
We all know how this Baby lips color balm works, it is the best chapstick ever, and I  am definitely not going to swap it for other products, any sooner. 
The lips balm is induced with coconut oil and vitamin E along with an SPF 20, this is sure to provide protection against the sun’s ray. The balm will keep your lips moisturized for 16 long hours, drenching it in translucent colour and shine. 
This lip balm protects and moisturizes your lips, all day.

            Maybelline New York Baby Lips Winter Flush Tinted Lip Balm
This is a sample product which came along with the baby lips color balm.
The winter care formula with Centella Essence in this Baby Lips Winter Flush Tinted Lip Balm will keep your lips soft and smooth throughout winter. The UV filter protects your lips from the harsh winter sun, keeping it soft and chap-free. Get your lips tinted with an irresistible winter flush. 

My experiment with both of the products;
I love the way how both have a mild fruity fragrance, and the slight touch of colours it adds. It moisturized my lips and kept it away from drying.
I would surely recommend this to anyone who loves tinted lip balm with a hint of extra lips nourishment. So far, I am impressed with the winter flush lip balm, my lips stayed nourished, moisturized and feel soft for a longer period of time. 

LoveOMeter: 4.5/5
Product name: Baby Lips Candy Rush Lip Balm
                     Baby Lips Winter Flush Tinted Lip Balm
Price: Rs 190 for the combo

Try the new launched Maybelline baby lips combo and experience a rush of candy colour with a kick of yummy candilicious flavour on your lips. This is a limited edition product, so grab it before it’s too late.





P.s- This is not a paid endorsement from Maybelline. All the opinions shared are my own. 

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