Holy Grail Lip Balm: Nuxe Reve de Miel Lip Balm


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Rating System:  Poor, Okay, Average, Good, Excellent

Brand:  Nuxe Paris

Product Name:  Reve de Miel Ultra Nourishing Lip Blam

Formula:  Excellent

Wear Time:  Excellent

Scented:  Yes

Flavored:  No

Amount of Product:  15 g / 0.52 oz

Price:  €12,35 DE, £7.63 – £19.00 UK, $15.00 – $24.39  USD,  $17 CA

Availability:  I ordered mine from Feel Unique, which has free worldwide shipping by the way.  I also saw this as well the rest of the Nuxe Paris line in cosmetic stores and pharmacies while in Munich.  So if you’re in Germany you could potentially find it at select pharmacies.  In the United States you can find Nuxe products  at Amazon.comBirchbox, Dermstore, and Sears .  In Canada you can find Nuxe products at The Bay and The Shopping Channel.  In the UK you can find Nuxe at Amazon.co.uk and Cosmetics Now.  The following links are to official Nuxe Paris sites where you can find out more about this and other products including where to purchase them; Nuxe GermanyNuxe AmericasNuxe France & Nuxe UK.

What I liked:  Quite honestly, there isn’t one single thing I disliked about this.  I adore the citrus scent for one.  It contains ingredients like shea butter, plant oils, honey and grapefruit essence. It is super hydrating and will not only repair dry damaged lips but leave them feeling incredibly soft and nourished.  A little goes a long way and this stuff stays put.  I apply it before bed and it is still on in the morning.  I even like the packaging.  It’s understated and it comes in a thick, sturdy, little frosted glass jar.

What I didn’t like:  Let’s be honest, we’re all friends here after all, this is not a cheap bargain product in any sense of the word.  The hefty price tag leaves a bit to be desired and will no doubt turn some people off unfortunately.

My two cents:  I would gladly pay the ridiculous amount of money to repurchase this over and over, which I fully intend to do.  In fact, it is now officially, my hands down, all time favorite, holy grail lip balm.  Mind you I have tried a ton of them as I have what some might call a lip balm addiction/hoarding problem.  I like to say I’m just an enthusiast and avid collector.  Anyhow, I just can’t say enough wonderful things about the Reve de Miel lip balm.  Each time I twist the lid off my cute little jar and I get a whiff of the super citrus infused goodness, I just can’t help but wish that everything smelled this amazing.  I would recommend that everyone give this a try because I just can’t imagine anyone not liking it.

Tips:  Aside from just sucking it up, parting with a good chunk of your change and purchasing this, I would say to apply it before you go to bed each night.  In my opinion, this is when you will receive the maximum benefits from it’s magical lip soothing & moisturizing super powers.

I’m currently in Hamburg visiting friends for the weekend so my next post won’t appear until Tuesday or Wednesday unfortunately.  However, you can count on reading a little something about our trip.  I hope that everyone has a wonderful weekend.  As always, thanks for reading and check back soon.

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2 thoughts on “Holy Grail Lip Balm: Nuxe Reve de Miel Lip Balm

  1. How did I miss this?! They sell this brand in Duane Reade here in NYC! Something new to buy!

    • Lucky you! I am willing to put my neck out there and bet that you’ll love it. I had to hunt mine down and ended up ordering from Feel Unique, which took forever to arrive. Then just last week I found it at a nearby pharmacy when I purchased my Nuxe skincare. Go figure!

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