It seems just like yesterday when EOS came onto the scene as a new skincare company. Evolution Of Smooth truly evolved the entire world of skincare. They have a focus on creating products that would essentially hydrate and smooth skin. Staying committed to something skin allowed the company to generate a profitable and big business for themselves.
The celebration has begun for EOS’s ten year anniversary. What better way to celebrate than to create more products. They are dishing out dozens of new products to celebrate their ten year birthday. These products will be available until October. New lip balms will also be apart of this new ten year collection.
The lip balms from EOS has made the company legendary. Their lip balms are hydrating, always smelling great and will heal any type of lip issues. Their lip balms help treat cracked lips, dry lips or lips simply needing moisture.
Making it ten years in the skincare industry is almost unheard of. But EOS is doing a fine job of this. They are excited that they have had loyal customers for an entire decade. Because of their loyalty they are offering thirty five total new products to the Evolution Of Smooth family.
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Style Craze’s EOS Lip Balm review titled, “10 Best EOS Lip Balms to Use” speaks about the brand’s lip balms and the ones the author likes.
EOS stands for “Evolution of Smooth”. It is a socially conscious skincare and personal care brand that prides itself in being a dermatologist tested, vegan, all natural, chemical-free and paraben-free company. It started off with the only product being lip balm, and eventually expanded the business into making serums, moisturizers, shaving cream, and hand and body lotions. One of the company’s trademarks is the oval packaging of the lip balms.
The review rates EOS’s ten best lip balms. The brand has an extensive selection of lip balms divided into seven categories (organic, medicated, active, visibly soft, organic stick, crystal, and shimmer). The description of each lip balm was vague. The article didn’t go into much detail of the ingredients in each lip balm, and the function of that specific ingredient in that particular lip balm. Shea butter and jojoba oil were mentioned as ingredients, but those are generally very popular base ingredients in most all-natural lip balms.
The review depicts the packaging as an asset and a detriment. In the second paragraph, the article mentions the originality and attractiveness of the packaging. It sounds like a very positive description of the packaging. However, the fourth paragraph speaks to the packaging as an inconvenience. Is the packaging original and unique? Or, is it a difficult problem?
The review is honest, yet vague in areas where more specification would have been appreciated. Certain parts of the review (like the packaging description) can be read as contradictory if the views are not furtger explained. For more review, click Ulta.
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