Yves Rocher Nourishing Lip Balm Review

yves rocher nourishing lip balm

Cheap thrills today with Yves Rocher Nourishing Lip Balm ($3) from the Cocoa Holiday 2013 Collection! These $3 buck balms are cheap, tasty, and they keep my dry lips super hydrated.

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Yves Rocher Nourishing Lip Balm comes in three limited edition flavors for the Holiday season! Choose from Cocoa & Orange, Cocoa & Pistachio Nut, and Cocoa & Raspberry!

These flavorful lip balms are infused with the scent and flavor of chocolate mixed with fruity elements to create a tasty lip balm experience. Yes, Cocoa & Orange does indeed taste like a Terry’s Chocolate Orange!

yves rocher nourishing lip balms

Today we got the first snow in New York which means stuffy noses and chapped lips aren’t soon behind. My lips tend to get very dry and flaky this hydrating balm is an excellent way to keep my lips soft, smooth, and protected. They have a soft, creamy consistency without having a waxy finish on lips or being too heavy!

Yum!

And only $3 each!

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Grab the up now before they are gone at www.yvesrocherusa.com.

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This review contains a sample
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  • 11/13/13 17:08 Kalie:

    Can you get these anywhere besides online from the site? I want to buy some!:)

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    • 11/14/13 12:22 the Muse:

      you can call in an order but besides from online I don’t think they sell in stores!

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  • 11/14/13 11:51 Didi:

    Is the raspberry one tinted?

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    • 11/14/13 11:53 the Muse:

      no, just flavor no tint on any of them didi

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      • 12/6/13 11:53 Didi:

        You lied me…the raspberry one is tinted.

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        • 12/6/13 12:04 the Muse:

          yes, it’s a conspiracy I lie about tinted products just to screw with your mind lol….must be a fluke because mine is completely clear :) would you like picture proof?

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    • 12/9/13 10:34 the Muse:

      awesome! glad yours is tinted, unfortunately my is translucent white, not pink :-/ Oh well!

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  • 12/29/13 8:06 Nicole:

    Muse, lovely to see you review Yves Rocher! Have loved them for years, my favorite is their perfume because they don’t use animal products. Since you like the lighter girly fragrances of the Asian brands I would suggest trying SO Elixir (and the purple SO if you want something deeper) as well as their Tendre Jasmin. You can get them in small tester bottles that will last a while. Maybe even try their Neroli. Happy New Year!

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    • 1/20/14 13:30 Isabella Muse:

      hi nicole! thanks :) I’ll give those a shot thanks for the rec! and happy new year to you too! :)

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