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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Fizz & Bubble Lip Scrub Review in Rainbow Sherbert and Pineapple Coconut

Save your money! Save your money, honey! I have a headache. I have a tummy-ache :P I purchased two of Fizz & Bubble's Lip Scrubs ($8) from ULTA Beauty in Rainbow Sherbert and Pineapple Coconut. Really cute packaging! Love the fruity print on the labels and they give you a whopping 1 oz of product. Where it all goes wrong is with the product! When I opened the jar of Pineapple Coconut, you get a strong pineapple scent (think Pineapple SODA). But to me, it's very artificial. With Rainbow Sherbert, it smells like strawberries & cherries (but it's so loud), again artificial. Another thing I noticed, was how dry the scrubs looked inside the jars. Now sometimes, you have to mix it up or scrape off the top to get to the middle to see that it is moisturizing. I scraped & removed, and the granules were dry throughout the jar. Soooooo I said, maybe this lip scrub is purely for exfoliation and not moisturizing the lips. You see the amount of lip scrub in my hands below? I scrubbed my lips with all of that. My lips DID NOT feel exfoliated. They definitely didn't feel moisturized. The Rainbow Sherbert lip scrub left a pink tint on and around my lips. These also didn't taste good. I know some brands ask you not to eat it, but it tastes like cheap artificial candy. I don't like these. If you're looking for an inexpensive lip scrub that exfoliates & moisturizes well, let me recommend Good Earth Beauty (shop their lip scrubs here). They're all natural! You guys know I love Sara Happ. Frank Body is good. And of course Fresh Beauty and LUSH.

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supersweet(run & buy it) sweet(really good,buy it) bittersweet(ok, issues)not sweet(not good,don't buy this stuff) 
  Fizz & Bubble Rainbow Sherbert and Pineapple Coconut Lip Scrubs are Not Sweet

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