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Blistex DCT spf 20 Lip Balm Review

Photo on 2014-06-25 at 7.36 PMPhoto on 2014-06-25 at 7.36 PMPhoto on 2014-06-25 at 7.37 PM

Today, I will be doing a review on the Blistex DCT spf 20 lip balm. This is a product that I’ve been using since I was a kid, and I’m surprised it doesn’t get talked about more in the beauty blogger/youtuber community.It’s one that my mum and I both use, and though the smell is a bit off putting, it works really well. In the winter, this stuff works great on dry and/or chapped lips.  It has a decent spf for a lip balm, and comes in a little 7 gram tub. The DCT stands for daily conditioning treatment, which is pretty self explanatory. Basically, one should use it every day. It glides on easily, and has a menthol and  vanilla sort of scent. If you look at the pictures above, the first one shows my plain lips, the second shows me wearing the blistex, and the third shows me wearing blistex underneath my revlon stormy pink matte lipstick. It keeps the matte texture of the lipstick intact, whilst helping the lipstick glide on evenly, whereas the coverage of the lipstick is less even when worn on its own. I wouldn’t quite put this at hg level, but it’s pretty close. This is a great lip balm, or those who don’t find tub packaging, want something that has spf, and need something that keeps the matte lipstick  formula intact.

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