I’ve never been much of a wine drinker. I really have zero palette (“I’m getting ethanol with a hint of heartburn…”). I do have a pretty decent nose though, and I appreciate the bouquet and aromas of a rich mulled wine.Mulled Wine Lip Balm is warm, rich, spicy, and fruity. It’s a great scent for colder months, not only for the seasonal spiciness, but also the fruitiness which is so evocative of the warmer months. This is one of those scents where you smell something slightly different every time you sniff it. Sometimes spicy and Christmassy; sometimes fruity and fresh. Plus the light yet deeply moisturizing Molly Rose lip balm formula is perfect for whatever atmosphere it evokes.

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With notes of Merlot, apple slices, warm spices, and a hint of orange zest, it’s the perfect cold-weather companion! For a slightly different wine-themed product, check out Chianti Lip & Cheek Tint. Unlike Mulled Wine, Chianti has a gorgeous shimmery wine tint, perfect to use as a lip color or blush!

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Use coupon code “MOLLYDAYS” on mollyrosebalms.com to receive 50% off orders of $50 or more! Open internationally!

Next week, we’ll take a look at Sugar Plum Lip Scrub, plus look out for a special Christmas recipe next Monday: Christmas Pudding Bonbons!

 

5 thoughts on “Product Profile: Mulled Wine Lip Balm

  1. “I’m getting ethanol with a hint of heartburn”–I love it! Was just having this conversation with a friend the other night! Someone said, “I’m getting violets and a hint of peach,” Thinking to myself, “I’m tasting, hmm . . . wine.” πŸ˜‚ Love this lip colour as well! Great post!

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