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Easy To Use 3-in-1 Lipcare Solution | Mentholatum Lip Fondue

September 23, 2016
Easy To Use 3-in-1 Lipcare Solution | Mentholatum Lip Fondue

Mentholatum Lip Fondue, it’s as delicious as it named. They come in two different types, Aurora (with 3D sparkling pearls) & Classic rose. They’re lip balms in general but quite unique in their types. How? Mentholatum Lip Fondues are your 3-in-1 lipcare solution in a chapstick form. They are functional as a lip balm, lip essence, and a lip mask. Both of their variants are enriched with Jojoba Oil, Olive Oil, Royal Jelly Extract and Honey that ensures proper nourishment and hydration that our lips are thirsty for.

Mentholatum Lip Fondue also provide sun protection so you can be carefree whenever you using them.

Easy To Use 3-in-1 Lipcare Solution | Mentholatum Lip Fondue | Aurora

The sticks are designed with a dial-lock tube (you can’t twist them back in) which makes it very convenient to use. They have a thick jelly-ish texture and both smells like candy (artificial candy flavour). At first, when I saw them I thought they will give some tint but they don’t. They’re colourless but highly glossy. I actually like less glossy tinted lip balms more. The thick formula melts a bit upon application but they don’t bleed or goes here and there.

In my lipcare routine, I normally use BurtsBees chapstick or lip balm, and Laneige Lip Sleeping mask (review coming soon). I find Mentholatum Lip Fondue good as a lip balm/ lipcare product and an overnight mask, just the way it claims. I’ve been loving using them when I’m at home but I don’t wear them out. I feel it looks a bit too thick to wear them out. Best use, in my opinion, is wearing them as a lip mask at night because they really work well keeping the moisture locked at night time. As because they come in a stick so they are convenient to use rather than dipping a spatula into my Laneige Lip Mask pot.

I didn’t find anything bad about them, in fact, they’re a good alternative to lip mask (if you’re a fond lip sleeping mask or so) if I judge the price. I like them both however, Aurora (pictured above) turns out to be my favourite because of how delicious and mild it smells.

Mentholatum Lip Fondues are definitely worth a chance in your lipcare routine.

Shopping Info:

Mentholatum Lip Fondue | RM 17.90
Exclusively available at Guardian.

 

*** PR Sample.
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  • Reply
    Elisabeth Wallace - The Abstract Life
    September 28, 2016 at 1:10 am

    Thanks Tamanna! I love the bright, happy colors in your photography!

    I will have to check this out. I’m especially excited for your Laneige Lip Sleeping mask review. I have been noticing more how I need to take more care of my lips and eyes when it comes to anti-aging and just upkeep in general (the joys of maturing). Is the fondue stick’s texture sticky? I saw you said it was jelly-ish but I was just curious if it was that, “if the wind blows your hair into your face it’s going to stick to your lips” kind of sticky? I just hate that so I wanted to check before trying it out.

    Thanks!
    Elisabeth | http://www.theabstractlife.com

    • Reply
      Tamanna I.
      September 28, 2016 at 1:53 am

      I can relate to your confusion Elisabeth. Yes, the Fondue is sticky, like you described, that’s why I’m more into using it at night or when I’m home. I guess it’s a criteria of all lip mask type thingy 🙂
      Will post my review soon on Laneige soon. Stay connected 😘

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