August 9, 2016

Yes To Miracle Primrose Lip Oil Review

This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

Yes To Miracle Primrose Lip Oil

Yes To Miracle Primrose Lip Oil ($4.99) is one of two new lip oil treatments that also act as a gloss all in one which launched with the Yes to Miracle Collection earlier this month. Lip oils got a little air time and trending this past Spring/Summer season with the introduction of products like Milani Moisture Lock Oil Infused Lip Treatment, Kiko Heatwave Lip Oil, and Physicians Formula Argan Wear Ultra Nourishing Argan Oil Lip Oil.

Yes To isn’t a stranger to lips oil as they do already have a Yes to Coconut Cooling Lip Oil but these new lippies act as a lip oil treatment as well as lipgloss all in one. There’s also an Argan Oil infused formula but I haven’t tried it as of yet! The Primrose Lip Oil is formulated to calm and sooth dry lips.

Here’s a look!

Yes To Miracle Primrose Lip Oil comes in a 0.12 oz barrrel with an attached cone shaped sponge applicator. I actually use this as a touch up through the day to keep my lips moist or better still I use it to prep my lips but more on that later.

This is a very lightweight formula that has the consistency of a very light, glossy oil. It leaves lips with a hint of shine and wears very lightweight on lips but till manages to deliver a nice shot of moisture. It needs to be reapplied often since it wears away at around two hours but during that time it keeps my lips very nicely hydrated. For sensitive users, it does have a very subtle rose flavor and fragrance. I keep in my desk drawer and apply it quite often to not only add shine to my lips but also to hydrate them as I’m prone to drier lips.

Yes To Miracle Primrose Lip Oil 2

Yes To Miracle Primrose Lip Oil swatches

I also like to use it as a prep for matte lipstick. I apply a layer of it on my lips and I do my hair and other makeup. After I wipe it off and apply my lipstick! It creates a very nice soft, smooth layer for my lipstick to adhere to. It also allows my lipsticks to apply more smoother. You can, of course, apply it over lipstick or lip stains as well to add moisture and a bit of glossiness.

This is one of the nicer budget friendly lip oils I’ve run across! I’d recommend a purchase if you have drier lips!

It’s available now at and should be launching soon in stores.


This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

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  • Maria

    This looks really nice. Too bad size is only .12 ounces. Wish it was larger size to last longer.

    • Yolli Kwok

      I use evening primrose oil as a face moisturizer and just brush it over my lips when I’m done with my face. It is way more cost effective and has other benefits since I use it on my face as well, I got mine on Garden for $5 for 1 oz!

      • Carol G

        Thanks for the tip. I’d rather use an actual oil because some of these products claim they are oils or are oil infused but they really aren’t, at least in my opinion. The Milani and the Physicians Formula ones were nothing to write home about, in my opinion, but this looks like it might be promising. However, I might just try straight up evening primrose oil like you suggest.