Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Guerlain Kiss Kiss Baby Lip Balm

I'm in love..... with a lip balm. Not the first time this has happened, and most likely not that last, but Guerlain's new Kiss Kiss Baby will be hard to top .

You know by now my total adoration of tinted lip balms, and ones by Guerlain? All I can say is ooh la la.

Encased in the traditional Kiss Kiss tube, these beauties are a sheer-medium tint with shimmer, lots of moisture, and SPF. They have it all and are lighter on than they appear in the tube.

The color I have is Red Nude and I feel like at last I have a red I can wear. It's more than barely there but still not too much tint either. No need for perfect application, just swipe it on and go. No offense to basic balms, but this is going to look so chic when whipped out of your bag and applied. Very splurge worthy.

There are 6 shades including a clear Crystal Nude that just gives you shimmer. ( The main image is Rosewood Nude)

Ingredients include :

-Wild Mango Butter- infuses lips with moisture and suppleness.
-Luffa Oil- nourishes dried-out and chapped lips.
-Oligopeptides- (proteins + trace elements) increases volume and softness in lips.
-Sun Protection Factor 10

200 Cristal Nude
241 Rosewood Nude
220 Red Nude
260 Romantic Nude
240 Honey Nude
261 Rosy Nude

Kiss Kiss Baby is $30.00 at select Saks Fifth Avenues, Nordstroms, Neiman Marcus’, and Bergdorf Goodman.


Anonymous said...


Is the kiss kiss baby balm scented like the rest of Guerlain's lip sticks? I don't quite like the perfumey scent of the other Guerlain lip sticks, so I haven't got myself any. :(


Beauty Alchemist said...

Yes they do have that scent- rose like mostly. It is fairly strong I agree. I love their lippies and most days I don't mind the scent but there are sometimes when I do. Unscented makeup certainty is best.

Susy said...

Hi, my kiss kiss baby lip balm no. 220 is unfortunately coming to an end. Since it's an old edition, I didn't find the same lip balm on the easy/fast way. Have you got any recommendations for an adequate alternative? :) thanks a lot for your help.