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Community Level 8daisyleex

daisyleex

The Body Shop Lipscuff

AdvantagesGood value for money and effective

DisadvantagesNone

"Up until early last year, the thought of exfoliating my lips had never occurred to me. That is until I stumbled across the Lush lip scrubs. I fell in love, bought them all and used them regulary. One day, for whatever bizzare reason (I think it was mainly curiosity!) I ended up eating around 1/3 of the jar.. it's described as edible after all and is made from oil and sugar. Unfortunately I was violently sick the same day, and it put me off the lip ..." Read review
12.05.2012

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Community Level 4CherryVegas

CherryVegas

From Dry & Flaky to Dry & Tight in 60 Seconds

Advantagesremoves dead skin, feels nice

Disadvantagesdoesn't really moisturise, makes my lips feel tight

"I bought this product in the hope that it would cure my lips of their permanently dry, flaky appearance, which no amount of balm, gloss or anything else seems to have an impact on. It costs £7.80, which is about what I would expect to pay for this type of product, just as long as it works. It comes in a lovely looking lipstick style tube, which is much nicer than the old version pictured above. It’s a black plastic tube with a silver metallic effect ..." Read review
18.11.2009

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Community Level 5Sweetiesar...

Sweetiesarahjane

my sexy smooth snoggable lips

AdvantagesRemoves flaky skin on lips, nice taste

DisadvantagesGritty pieces can sting, doesnt moisturise very well

"Whilst looking around the shops the other week, I decided to see if I could find anything for my lips which had become quite dry and flaky. I ended up buying two products – Blistex revitalising cream and the body shop lipscuff. I have decided to use the body shop stuff first properly as the Blistex one you have to put on before bed etc and it is strong stuff, and im to tired at bedtime to fuss over my lips at the moment. PRODUCT The body shop ..." Read review
20.03.2003

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For instantly smooth kissable lips

AdvantagesUnique product, smells amazing, instantly restores lips to a great condition

DisadvantagesSlightly pricey, can look odd on the lips colour-wise

"--What does the promo say?-- "A moisturising lip care product that gently exfoliates the lips to help remove dead skin cells, leaving the lips feeling smooth, soft and conditioned which evens the surface of the skin to better absorb lip colour, making it last longer. Dermatologically tested." --Packaging-- Sleek, unisex and very very handy. Has a silver lid and a black base, with the Body Shop logo burnished onto the slanted top of the lid. --Application-- As ..." Read review
30.03.2008

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Community Level 1TaniaD5786

TaniaD5786

A lip exfoliant!

AdvantagesGently exfoliates dead skin cells.

DisadvantagesGranules can get in your mouth.

"I recently purchased The Body Shop's Lip Scuff (£7.50) and am absolutely thrilled with it! At the time the price seemed a little expensive for my budget, but having used it I feel that it is worth every penny. It works as an exfoliant for the lips, using crushed fig stone granules to gently remove dry and flaky skin. It has a mild, minty aroma to it, helping to sooth sore lips and contains two moisturising agents, marula oil and organic beeswax, to ..." Read review
22.07.2008

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Community Level 1beauty_sofa

beauty_sofa

smooth kissable lips need exfoliation ;-)

Advantagespowerful scrub - makes lips smooth in an instant

Disadvantagescontains menthol - potential irritant

"...a major factor that affects the health and look of our lips. The Body Shop came with a very good product: - easy to use: an exfoliator that comes in a lipstick-like tube, handy and convenient; - does its job well: if this one does not exfoliate your lips then I don't know what else would! It has a very waxy consistency, full of harsh exfoliating particles (sometimes maybe too harsh, a little - bearable though!). Removes all skin flakes easily ..." Read review
21.05.2004

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Community Level 2erenthae

erenthae

Not Enough Scuff

AdvantagesLovely smell, Very soft

DisadvantagesNot tough enough, Too soft, Over expensive,

"== The Body Shop Lipscuff - £8.00 == I was looking for a lip scrub as I constantly have dry chapped lips, and I had a new lipstick that requires I have buffed lips. I had some vouchers for BodyShop so i decided to go there and the staff recommended this item and a lip conditioner to go with it. === Did this product meet my expectations? === It didn't work on me, and I feel it is too soft and doesn't have enough of the ex-foliating product in it. ..." Read review
14.01.2010

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Community Level 4siany

siany

Kiss me

AdvantagesCheap

DisadvantagesMade my lips sting

"...this lip scuff stick in the sale. I find the body shop very expensive but on sales sometimes you can get lucky. My lips are always very dry, especially in winter and so i thought i'd try something new and get the dryness off before conditioning.It cost me around 50p which i thought was a bargain. However,as soon as i put it on i had to get it off straight away.It burned and stung my lips like mad!It has a strong smell and the little rough bits ..." Read review
25.04.2001

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Community Level 2Luce100

Luce100

Brilliant

Advantagesgentle and removes dead flaky skin

Disadvantagesnone really

"...brilliant, I bought it on the recommendation of a magazine. I bought it because my lips were always flaky and it wasn't nice, I had tried things I had read about such as going over my lips with a tooth brush but I found that was too harsh and made them sore. When I bought this though it was gentle on my lips and got rid of the flakiness. I love it and would recommend it to anyway wit flaky lips, but don't forget to use vaseline or a lip balm to moisturise ..." Read review
14.10.2000

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Community Level 1wench68

Quick review of The Body Shop Lipscuff

"This is an item I couldn't live without! It costs about £8 from the Body Shop, which I think is a bit outrageous, despite it being so good. However, I always buy mine off Ebay and never pay more than a fiver. My lips gets REALLY dry and flaky and lipscuff has them sorted within a day or two! I apply it like i'm applying lipstick, gently massage it over my lips with my finger, then use a face cloth to remove it. Afterwards, I use the Body Shop mango lip balm which smooths and soothes perfectly. My lips are usually back to their normal softness the next day - result!
22.08.2007

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Community Level 0smummy

Quick review of The Body Shop Lipscuff

"I bought this 2 days ago and for the first time in my life my lips do not have dead skin (so the lipstick doesn't clog anymore) and they feel fantastic! I only wish I had discovered this product years ago!
09.08.2007

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