REPLENISHING Lip Balm FOR MEN SPF 4 Sunscreen
Product leaves white residue on lips
I saw this product in my local grocery store and wanted to give it a try. I typically use the Nivea lip balm with the SPF 10 (as shown in the products I would recommend below). The Nivea for men product left a white residue on my lips that looks horrible. I will not purchase this product again and will be reverting back to the SPF 10 formula.
January 18, 2013
looks like a womens lipstick
can't get past that this product is packaged like a WOMANS LIPSTICK. I received this in a gift pack, it's the only reason I am using it. I will not even take this out of the house. There is no way I want to look like I am using lipstick. I will not buy this product based solely on the fact of the female packaging
January 2, 2013
i use lip balm every day and several times a day so i get tired of how i have to keep applying it for my lips not to chap, i can not wait to try this product and hope i can stop appling so many times and hope it keeps my lips frop chapping.
December 18, 2012
product container looks like female lipstick
Good product, but packaging looks and acts like female lipstick. I dont want to take it out of the house and put it on in public. I wont buy this for that very reason.
November 19, 2012
I bought a stick of Nivea For Men lip balm because I like the shaving products. While the lip balm is good, the container is awful. It requires 2 hands to use. Every other stick type balm is possible to apply with one hand. Grasp stick in hand, use finger and thumb to pull off cap, apply balm while holding stick with remaining 3 fingers, recap, put stick back in pocket. Easy. There is no way to apply Nivea For Men lip balm with one hand and hold the cap at the same time. Besides, you're just making the product bigger for no reason. I won't be buying the product again unless packaging is changed, even though I like the balm itself. While this may seem as a trivial complaint, men want to apply the balm while driving, walking through the woods, riding a ski lift, etc etc. We don't look in the mirror and we certainly don't blot with a napkin. If we happen to get too much on, we use the back of a hand or shirt sleeve to fix it.
October 19, 2012