I am a chapstick fanatic and lately all the store brands I bought only lasted for a a little while until my lips got "immune" to it and still became dry and chapped. I wanted to find something for the winter and summer. I have to say that this is the best balm I have ever tried. It is not sticky or waxy but soft and lasts so long. Even hours after my lips feel smooth soft and protected. Thanks MB! the best
Shana M. | Thursday, April 30, 2009 | WA
Best Lip Balm Out There
You won't find a better, more high quality, lip balm than MB Lip Wax. It protects, moisturizes, feels good, and smells good on your lips. It lasts a long time as you need only one thin coat and it truly lasts for hours depending on your activity for the day. I love this balm and like all MB products, it rocks and does exactly what it claims.
Katie S. | Wednesday, January 28, 2009 | FL
Perfect lip balm!
The lip wax provides a perfect combination of moisture and sun protection. You really don't need any other type of chapstick or lip balms - this is it!
Jacqueline A. | Wednesday, February 27, 2008 | NH
One in every room. purse & car!
I've been using this lip wax for a few years now. I love it. I have one in just about every room of my house, in my purse, gym bag & in my car. I'm addicted and can't live without it. Thanks for an excellent product!
Sherief J. | Saturday, December 01, 2007 | NJ
I have been using Lip Wax SPF 15 for the last 2 years...this is the only lip balm that keeps mine and my little daughter's lips from becoming dry. Whether I use it under my lipglosses and lipstick, or wear alone with lip liner my lips always look and feel great...THE BEST PRODUCT EVER FOR LIPS!!! Thanks Badescu.
Michelle G. | Monday, July 09, 2007 | 00
I live on this stuff
While a bit expensive, I live on this lipbalm. I have not found any product that matches it for its smooth texture and SPF factor.
Nakia S. | Thursday, May 24, 2007 | NC
I recently purchased this just for the heck of it and because it was only $7.00 and I wanted to try it. I have tried a ton of lip conditioners too. Kiehls (a little too much like vaseline) and the MAC lip conditioner (also a very vaseline-type texture) were on the top of my list. I usually use MAC, which has a long list of great ingredients too, but it dissipates (or I lick it off) and my lips feel more dry. But somehow, the Mario Badescu lip conditioner makes my lips feel silky, soft and hydrated even after it wears away! It even makes my lipgloss and lipstick feel more hydrating on my lips. I don't know what it is that does it, but it works. Its also nice that I think I can get my husband to use this because it has unisex packaging and no association to girly makeup :)
Dawn S. | Saturday, March 17, 2007 | FL
This is the best Lip conditioner ever
Once you use this you will never use another lip balm product again. I was a huge lip balm junkie i mean i had like 50 of them. When I bought this one i got rid of all my other ones, its so moisturizing and it has a great taste and yet its not greasy at all... must have product.
Helena P. | Sunday, March 11, 2007 | DC
Nothing else compares to this!
I'm a product freak and as far as chap sticks (or lip conditioner, you know what I mean) go, I have tried all the kinds you see recommended by celebrities and stylists on magazines -- Kiehls (no. 1 or the baby version), various Rosebud salves, Aveeno, etc etc. -- you name it, I probably have tried it. And Lip Wax SPF 15 is the one that I swear by!!!
It works very well alone or under lip glosses, with lip sticks expect the outcome to be more sheer, as you can imagine. I've gotten many people complimenting and asking where I got this lip wax -- they thought it was a lip gloss! Totally non-sticky unlike some others, and not too watery either (Kiehls Baby lip conditioner is probably second best but a little too thin). My lips haven't chapped at all even in the deep winter when I use this!
I prefer this one with SPF 15 over the lip wax w/o SPF (The first time I bought the latter), because
(1) it has SPF, of course
(2) it smells fruity and wonderful. The one w/o is basically the same ingredients, just with SPF and the blackberry extract.
Definitely worth the $2 difference though, if you ask me.