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Review: Fresh SUGAR Lip Treatment

Hello guys, welcome back to my blog. Today, i’m going to do a product review on Fresh SUGAR Lip Treatment.

This product is well-known for its ability to provide moisture to your lips, while giving a nice tint on it. It helps smooths and protects your lip, with their exclusively blended moisture-preserving sugar, nourishing precious oils, antioxidant-rich polyphenols, and SPF 15 protection. It also claimed that it’s proven to provide 6 hours significant moisture for soft, and supple lips.

So far i’ve been using this product for more than a week now, and let me tell you the effect it’s had on my lips so far.


Product / Packaging

It comes in a metal looking outer-part of the tube, and not like typical lip sticks where you just pull the tube out of the lid, for this you actually has to turn it inwards and outwards to lock and unlock the tube from the lid. (If you know what i mean. If not, please refer to the photo below to have a better understanding on what i’ve been trying to describe. 😅) So, overall, it is quite classy for me. You get a 4.3g of products in one tube, which lipsticks normally comes with in 3.5g, so you can actually get a good amount of product.


My lips tend to dry quite easily when i apply lipsticks, so i can see a significant effect on mine, after applying this, i don’t feel any dryness on my lips, its quite moisturizing. From the product itself, it looks quite red; But after application, it is actually quite sheer, but you can really build that up to have a more radiant color if you would. It has a glossy finish, which i like, but it can be a little bit sticky, since this is a balmy type, i guess that is expected. The color i picked up is Petal and the color is a bit of brownish pink. The swatch i did below is after i build it up for around 3 layers. So this can be really sheer one, if you only apply one layer. It has a nice and refreshing citrus scent, for my liking, it’s like i’m having a citrus candy in my mouth.

For application longevity this does not stays on your lips all day, whereby i do have to reapply after meals or drinks, as it does transfer from your lips to your glasses or so.

One drawback for this lip balm, is that it is quite soft, and can melt down under heat. So, if you’re staying in countries like i do, which is summer all year long, it can be a little tricky if you tend to bring this lip balm everywhere.

Mine got melt down a tinny little bit the other day when i was out, while i was reapplying after lunch. As you can see in the picture below, it got dented at one end, while i was almost finishing applying, maybe i applied a slightly higher pressure. Luckily, it is not completely ruined, just a minor defect. So, beware if you have one, or planning to get one. Try to keep it in a chilled or not so warm environment to make sure it stays in one piece.

Overall, my rating is 8/10 for this product. I love the color, the finishing, and i love it actually moisturizes my lips, while keeping them nourished with anti-oxidants. Only wish the formula can lasts better in warm weather.

They have a wide range of shades or or translucent lip balm/treatment. Get more of their range here: Fresh SUGAR Lip Treatment – Petal

Leave me a comment if you’ve tried this, and if you like it or not. Thanks for reading, and hope this do help you in some way.




Disclaimer: This article is not sponsored and does not represent the thoughts, intentions, plans or strategies of any third parties. It is solely my personal opinion. Product is own purchased, i love products that i reviewed, but effects will differ by individuals.

Info sourceFresh Official Website




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