The By Terry Baume de Rose Nourishing Lip Balm is such a raved about, cult favourite lip balm. I’d heard nothing but amazing things about the balm, so I was thrilled when I got a mini size of the luxurious lip balm in a Net-a-Porter beauty box.
By Terry Baume de Rose Nourishing Lip Balm
“Baume de Rose Lip Balm is the Rolls Royce of lip care. Vitamin-rich balm with intense moisturizing, regenerative and protective properties. It harnesses the power of rose blossom essential wax to soothe and repair the condition of dry, chapped lips. Delicate rose scent soothes the senses. Velvety smooth texture. Non-sticky finish.“
The By Terry Baume de Rose Nourishing Lip Balm is packaged within a frosted, glass circular jar with silver metal lid. It is very luxe, and the balm has a baby pink colour to it, but it is clear to apply to the lips.
I didn’t think I’d enjoy the scent of the balm, as I’m not the biggest fan of rose scents, but it’s a nice, light non-sickly rose scent, which isn’t too noticeable once you’ve applied the balm to the lips.
Believe it or not, a full-size jar of the By Terry Baume de Rose Nourishing Lip Balm is £40, which kinda blows my mind, even though I love it, I’m just never going to pay £40 for a lip balm.
Instead, when I bought the full size of the By Terry Baume de Rose Nourishing Lip Balm, I held off and waited for when By Terry had one of their 30% or 40% discount events, which they tend to do 2-3 times a year.
It makes the price a little more reasonable, and whilst I like the balm, I don’t think it’s worth £40. I like how nourishing and softening it is, and it does work wonders on dry, chapped lips, but my holy grail NUXE Reve de Miel Lip Balm does exactly the same, and it’s £11.50.
Plus, Revolution Pro have launched a By Terry Baume de Rose Nourishing Lip Balm dupe, for both the balm and liquid versions for £7, so I’d recommend trying those dupes if, like me, you don’t fancy spending £40 on a lip balm.
You can find the By Terry Baume de Rose Nourishing Lip Balm right here.