This pH-activated lip balm looks like a rainbow

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Believe it or not, some makeup lovers prefer little to no lip color. And with makeup on the rise, this one Winky Lux product could be a soft glam favorite.

The brand known as Winky Lux carries a highly rated pH-activated lip balm — and it looks like a rainbow. Fans of the popular Rainbow Tinted Balm claim the colorful balm isn’t all just for show, but a lip care product that does double the work of a regular lip balm.

Though this Rainbow Tinted Balm consists of only three colors, that’s exactly what makes it so special. The red and orange stripe shades offer up a reddish tint while the blue stripe is the pH to give your lips a naturally sheer, but rosy, finish, made just for you. Also, the lip balm smells like pineapples, so sniff away to your heart’s desires. In tune with last year’s Pride celebration, Winky Lux launched the lip balm during summer of 2019 and customers have been raving about it ever since.

Shop: Winky Lux Rainbow Tinted Balm, $18

Credit: Winky Lux

With 4.5 stars, multiple owners of the Rainbow Tinted Balm have said the lip balm gave them the natural lip color they’ve been looking for. Plus, reviewers also give it props for how moisturizing it is. The nourishment though is due to the fact that the lip balm is packed with jojoba oil which locks in moisture, keeping your lips smooth and soft. If you’re in the market for a natural lip finish, this is the one that customers of all age groups are loving for their smackers.

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