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REVIEW: Nivea Lip Butter In Raspberry Rose

Nivea Lip Butter in Raspberry Rose
Nivea Lip Butter in Raspberry Rose 


Review of Nivea Lip Butter In Raspberry Rose

I have gotten pretty late (almost all bloggers have reviewed these yummy looking lip butters) and yet I wanted to jump onto the bandwagon and try out these pretty little tins of lip butter that Nivea has come up with. There is something so endearing about these sleek tins of yummy flavoured butters that I just couldn't help pick one up. And of course the fact that they promise you sensationally soft lips is an added bonus :) So on one of my grocery shopping trips earlier this month, I purchased a tin in a flavor called Raspberry Rose.

 My oldest childhood memories include those electric blue tins of Nivea goodness that not only felt like a mommy's hug also smelled of the warm mommy smell :) It was special! So I guess going true with the tradition, Nivea went ahead and got us these lip butters in similar tins. Cute dibbis is what I call them :)

Price of Nivea Lip Butter In Raspberry Rose

It costs INR 189/-

Nivea Lip Butter in Raspberry Rose

Nivea Lip Butter in Raspberry Rose

Nivea Lip Butter in Raspberry Rose

Nivea Lip Butter in Raspberry Rose

The Nivea Lip Butter in Raspberry Rose is a fresh fruity and a very feminine smelling product that provides a welcome change from the warm winter heavy fragrances. Texture wise the lip buttery is not at all buttery and is pretty waxy. It kind of creates a waxy layer on your lips that feels a little uncomfortable. To be honest, it is not alt all hydrating but is heavily moisturising.

Another con that jumped up at me when I started using it, was the way the product kept getting accumulated under my nails every time I scooped some of the product. In short the packaging is a little unhygienic and hence I am often seen reaching out to my new Vaseline Lip Care Stick instead of the cute, Raspberry Nivea tin...

Oooohhhsss And Aaaahhhhsss!!!
1. Cute packaging
2. Yummy smell
3. Easy to carry around in your bag
4. Easy on the pockets
5. Easily available at drugstores and super markets

1. Texture wise it is pretty waxy
2. Unhygienic packaging

I wouldn't really recommend it for everyday use unless you have severely chapped lips and are ready to go around with a heavy waxy feeling on your lips all day.

Have you had a chance to try these out yet?


  1. I dont like tub lip balms..have to dip fingers :(

    1. haina? Same here! But the tin looked so cute I bought it and now I regret it ;)

  2. Not for me, twist up is best ;) Nice review xo

  3. twist up lipbalms are more convinient
    i will give this a pass

    1. plus Bidzeeeeee the Nivea Twist up balms feel much lighter on the lips that these tin ones...

  4. I have pigmented lips and the lip butter forms a white film on my lips. Definitely not a leave-it-on-your-lip type lip product.

  5. I love going to sleep with this on, I wake up with really smooth lips! Also could you check out my blog, I just recently started.


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