Archive: November 2018

Kiss Dry Lips Goodbye with New EOS Lip Balms | Review

With the weather starting to change, there’s a lot of room for being stuck with dry lips. There are so many products to choose from it can be overwhelming. That’s why we decided to look at some reviews on the new EOS Lip Balms that we’re sure you’ll enjoy. We did!

The review we saw was from Kayla who is known on YouTube as Purplestars02. In her review of the new EOS Lip Balms, she picked up from Target the organic tropical mango, the organic pure and free flavor free EOS sticks, and the crystal EOS melon blossom balm.

Organic Tropical Mango

The First balm she tries in the review was the organic tropical mango. It’s orange in color and she advised that the balm is true to a mango smell. When she put it on she said that the balm was lightweight with perfect consistency making it an 8.5 out of 10. She does an excellent job of giving a description of what to expect from this balm and how it feels on the lips.

Pure and Free Flavor Free Sticks

Next up, she reviewed the pure and free flavor free EOS sticks. Now this one she wasn’t quite sure about how she would like it but once she put it on she wasn’t disappointed. She let us know that it is honest when it says it is flavor free and scent free so if you like a balm without scent or taste it’ll be perfect for you. We were hoping she would go into a little more detail about how the balm actually feels on the lips. However, she did let us in on it being slick. Her final rating was an 8 out of 10.

Weightless Hydration Crystal Melon Blossom

Last but not least, she reviewed the weightless hydration crystal EOS balm. She describes the balms shape as a 3D triangle and smells like the Bath and Body Works’ watermelon lemonade. She stated that the taste was also good and it is moisturizing, smooth and weightless like plastic in a good way. Giving the balm a 10 out of 10 rating!

Overall, it was a really good review and first impressions. We want to go out and buy the new EOS Lip Balms today and we bet you do too!

Why Waiakea Water Stands Out Above The Competition

There is a lot of competition in the bottled water industry. Brands are vying for sales and trying to stand out from one another either by using a clever tagline or some type of interesting angle on marketing. Only some brands stand out based on what’s actually in the bottle and what it stands for. Waiakea Water is one of these distinct brands.

Waiakea Water is Hawaiian volcanic water. This brand collects its water from a spring at the base of the Mauna Loa Volcano. The water is naturally filtered through thousands of feet of porous volcanic rock. Along the way, it picks up trace minerals that are very healthy to drink.

Due to this natural process, the water is also alkaline. Waiakea Water pH is between 7.6 and 8.2. Pure water has a pH of 7 making it neutral. Healthy water is over 7 because it restores the body’s natural balance between acidic and alkaline.

Too many water bottles end up in landfills or, worse, out in the ocean. There is a deep need for a better water bottle in the world. The founder and chief executive officer of Waiakea Water, Ryan Emmons, is a leader in this area. His company has developed a fully degradable water bottle. It breaks down 97 percent faster than regular water bottles and so is much friendlier on the environment and aquatic life.

Beyond offering better water and a better water bottle, Waiakea Water is also a socially responsible brand. They created a partnership with the nonprofit Pump Aid to bring clean water to parts of Africa where that is very much lacking. For every liter of water this company sells, they help to create a full week’s worth of water in those areas. These are rural areas where Pump Aid helps them dig wells and install pumps to get at fresh, clean water under the surface.

Waiakea Water is a growing brand in the bottled water industry for these three reasons. They offer a healthy water to drink, delivered in environmentally friendly bottles, and help supply water to those who need it in parched areas of Africa.,18.htm