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Frozen Lipsmacker Lip Balm Review

A little bit late in coming, but if you're rushing around still searching out stocking fillers, or looking for a little treat for yourself then how about lip balm? Lip Balm is pretty much my all year round must-have but I use it even more in Winter.

I'm a big Disney fan so the opportunity to review anything Disney related was one too good to pass up, and topping up my lip balms is a bonus. Although I own the Frozen DVD, I'm not really sure what it is about the film that's made it such a huge hit above any other Disney film, neither am I the target for a lot of the merchandise which is everywhere, but lip balm? well why not!

I'm not really one for being swayed by packaging but this collection comes in a collectible tin with an image from the film. It's very cute and definitely something I would keep and find a use for. Inside there is:



Coconut Snowball (Olaf photo on tube)
Strawberry Shake (Anna photo)
Cool Vanilla Mint (Elsa Photo)

My firm favourite is the Strawberry Shake as it's not too sweet and my kind of smell. The other two are have quite similar scents, in fact I couldn't really distinguish between them. I'll quite happily use them but I think it should have been either vanilla or mint for one, and the other wasn't really that coconutty. But I will use them all, and the quality is definitely there as my lips (which have been suffering a bit after Winter bugs and cold weather) feel lovely and moisturised. My only other thing would be, it's all about Frozen, and while the product is super cute, it would be great to go into the shops and see collections based around other Disney characters.

Check out Claires Accessories for the Multipack Tin (£10.00) and you may just find the individual lip balms as well for £2.49. I may just have to see if I can get hold of some of the other flavours to try!

*This product was gifted to me for review purposes, but all opinions are my own.

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