Smith’s Tropical Ambrosia balm smells like sunshine and bliss.
I think I first tried a Rosebud Salve back in 2009 and I’ve been kinda hooked ever since.
Usually, I avoid products that are heavy with petrolatum (see the ingredients below), but something about the Rosebud formulas feels different from other products.
I don’t even know, you guys. I just like them.
The description on the squeeze tube says “with coconut and mango” and it smells so yummy, good enough to eat.
But I won’t recommend snacking on this lip balm =)
The colorful packaging is fun for summer and sometimes I prefer a squeeze tube over a tin, so I don’t have to dip my finger in the product.
Smith’s Tropical Ambrosia balm goes on clear and provides a little shine for your lips.
Cruelty free and gluten free are also boasted on the tube, so that’s pretty cool AND it’s made in the USA.
Even though the main ingredient is petrolatum, I don’t see myself quitting these lip balms any time soon.
Do you like tropical scents, too?
ps: Ever use Just for Me Kids hair products as a child? The scent reminds me of that for some reason! haha