Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Product Review: Reviva Labs Vitamin E Oil Stick

I've been reviewing some products from Reviva Labs and today I'd like to share my thoughts with you on their Vitamin E Oil Stick. This product is billed as a lip and under eye protectant and contains natural ingredients such as Soybean Oil, Candelilla Wax, Beeswax, Castor Oil, Olive Oil, and Vitamin E. This comes in a lipstick style tube and retails for $4.00. It can be found on their website, as well as chain stores such as GNC, Ulta, and many natural health type of stores. I've been using mine for about 2 weeks now and have been impressed not only with the effect on my lips, but also on the under eye area and my cuticles. This product has an SPF 15 and because it has a beeswax base, it seems to last longer on all areas of my skin. I am constantly applying some type of lip product, and this lightweight balm is perfect for me. I use it on my lips as a base before applying color, and also over the color to add shine. My lips are left soft, and even when the product wears off, they still feel moisturized. I also dab some on my under eye area for added protection and moisture, and even apply it to my cuticles to diminish the dryness. This is a clear product with no color, and it has no scent or flavor to speak of. I don't know that it's made for use on the cuticles, but it's a very portable product for that. I carry it in my purse and massage a small amount around my nails for instant softness and moisturization. The packaging is simple, the product is a multi-tasker, and the results are evident.
*Products featured in this post were furnished by the manufacturer or PR firm for review.


  1. I'm always looking for good lip moisturizers - thanks for sharing! I'd love to try it on my cuticles too - they are looking a little sad lately. Thanks for sharing :)

  2. Wow, I saw this in the store yesterday and was wondering about it. Thanks for the review. -JenB

  3. Thats awesome that it can be used under the eyes too :O it'd be so handy to have in my bag

  4. I will have to try this, thanks for the review!

  5. I have lips balms stashed all over my house. I used to have a vitamin E stick. I really liked it. Great that it can be used for the undereye area.


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