Today I’m going to be reviewing the Natural Vanilla Bean Lip Butter from Pure Anada. I first tried this lip butter last winter, and I immediately loved it, so I thought I’d share some information about it with you! I hope this review is helpful!
Description: “Scent Description: Warm vanilla. A gentle but distinct scent.”
Ingredients: *Sunflower (Helianthus Annus) Oil, *Shea (Butyrospermum Park) Butter, *Jojoba (Simmondsia Chinensis) Seed Oil, *Castor (Ricinus Communis) Seed Oil, Candelilla (Euphorbia Cerifera) Wax, *Coconut (Cocos Nucifera) Oil, Stevia Leaf Extract, Vitamin E (gluten free), Essential Oil and/or Organic Flavour *Certified Organic Ingredients.
Price: $3 CAD
Size: 5 g
Pros: Cruelty-Free; made in Canada; inexpensive; ethical ingredients; very moisturizing; nice scent.
Cons: A bit gritty (not on the lips; just when applying); a bit of a waxy taste.
My Thoughts: I really like this lip butter! It was super moisturizing and it felt really good on my lips. It had a lovely vanilla bean scent that I really liked. For years now, I’ve loved the Vanilla Bean Moisturizing Lip Balm from Burt’s Bees, and this lip balm is quite similar — especially when it comes to the scent! When first applied, the Natural Vanilla Bean Lip Butter from Pure Anada was a bit gritty, but once it became slightly heated by my lips, it became quite creamy and felt great! I don’t know how great this lip butter would be at repairing already dry and cracked lips, but it was fantastic at moisturizing and maintaining soft lips. I’m a big fan of this lip butter! I haven’t repurchased it yet because I’ve had a lot of other lip balms to get through, but I’m definitely going to be repurchasing it! I highly recommend it!
This lip butter is still the only Pure Anada product that I’ve tried, but I was very impressed with it, so I’d be interested in trying other Pure Anada products!
I hope this review was helpful! Have you tried the Natural Vanilla Bean Lip Butter? What about other products from Pure Anada?