Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Fresh Sugar Advanced Therapy Lip Treatment Review, Photos, Swatches
Jack Black's lip balms have been all the rage recently and while they do not cause as much peeling as other lip balms with SPF, the Sugar Advanced Therapy Lip Treatment works like no other balm in twist-up 'chapstick' form. Chanel's HydraMax lip balm works wonders on my lips but it is inconveniently packaged in a plastic pot. While the Sugar Advanced Therapy lip treatment has a texture similar to Chanel's HydraMax, the latter is a touch lighter and thinner with a glossier finish. The Sugar comfortably coats my lips with a thick layer of hydrating oils. The secure twist at the base of ceramic packaging of the balm securely shields the product from the elements and ensures that it will not dry out.
Bottom Line: The Fresh Sugar Advanced Therapy Lip Treatment admittedly does work best over well exfoliated lips, but this is still the best 'no-unsanitary-finger-dipping' balm I've ever encountered. I highly recommend it, even if it is $2.50 more than the tinted Sugar lip balms!