Texture: Smooth, non waxy
Fragrance: This has a light, pleasant floral scent.
Finish: Glossy. It looks great worn over lip liner or a matte lipstick.
Lasting power: About four hours.
Longevity: 12 months
Availability: Chemmart, Terry White Chemists, David Jones and online.
Brand Contact: Via their website here.
Ingredients: castor oil, beeswax,
castor isostearate beeswax succinate, jojoba oil, coconut oil, cetyl
palmitate, sorbitan palmitate, sorbitan olivate, d-alpha tocopheryl
acetate (soybean derived natural natural vitamin e), avocado oil,
rosehip oil, lime oil, vitamin c, acerola cherry powder, maltodextrin,
noni fruit, limonene.
Kora says: The ultimate lip balm
for smooth, soft, moist lips. The highest quality jojoba, avocado,
rosehip and nutrient rich extracts have been organically flavoured to
taste and feel simply sublime. Our vitamin enhanced formula contains
vitamin C and E to soothe and smooth and renew even the driest of
chapped lips leaving them soft and kissable.
This is the lip balm that didn't end! I was trying to use it up forever, just ask Emma. I was constantly complaining to her that the lip balm fairies kept on refilling the balm at night when I was asleep. Through sheer persistence I finally managed to finish it! Whilst this is a nice lip
balm it's not one that I'll purchase again. It does a great job of
keeping my lips hydrated, it smells nice, has no flavour and is a good
balm, but there is nothing about it that makes it worth the $24.95 price
tag. In my opinion Sukin's Nourishing Lip Treatment
is a much nicer balm and it only costs $8.95. Added to that, the Kora
balm comes in a pot and I find potted balms so much more inconvenient,
they don't fit easily in a pocket so are the type of balms that I
only use at home.
What I do love is that
100% of the total ingredients are from natural origin and 88.8% of the
total ingredients are from organic farming.