Latest Discovery | Emile Cordon Cashmere-On Lip Pot

The Emile Cordon lip pots are quite easy on the eyes and come housed in a beautiful glass jar with a gold lid - I mean seriously, just look at them. They look beautiful on my nightstand & vanity and I reach for them every morning and night. I am a sucker for packaging and when Emile Cordon reached out to see if I'd like to try their Cashmere-On Lip Pots*, I jumped at the opportunity. I was umming and ahhing over the different scents they offered and they were so kind to gift me No.1 Lisa & No. 72 Coco. I have been testing these out for the least few weeks and am quite pleased with how they perform. Of the two I'm quite torn on which I love more, but as a simple person I think I prefer Lisa more as it's a subtle rose. Coco is a light coconut scent that errs on the side of sweet - for those coconut lovers, be sure to read my post here noting some of my favorite coconut scented items right now.

Although these pots seem tiny, the teeniest amount goes a long way. The product itself is very soft and malleable and melts to a clear conistency immediately. These come with little spatulas so that definitely gets a plus from me for sanitary reasons. These glide over your lips easily and feel so soft and smooth, they don't feel heavy or irritating in the least. Any remaining product can easily be massaged into your cuticles or any dry patches. I've only been using these for a short while, but paired with the French Girl Organics Rose Lip Polish and the Patchology FlashPatch Lip Gels, my lips have never been softer. 

These pots have multiple uses as they can be used as a lip treatment, to nourish cuticles, to protect skin, and to soothe skin after being in the sun. These can be used on their own and can be used under makeup. They have a ton of benefits as they help heal and soften chapped lips, give a slight lip plumping affect, reduce lip lines, improve circulation in the skin, and anti-aging properties. Ingredients wise, these are made with natural emollients such as Evening Primrose Extract and Vitamin E, What you won't find: Petrolatum, Parabens, Phthalates, GMOs, & Triclosan (pssst - Nida, these ones might be great for you!!)

They also advise you to use their pots under your lipstick, to tame eye brows, to highlight cheekbones, and to provide an eyeshadow base for dewy eyes. For those that want that natural dewy glow, this product is a great all in one. If you're used to wearing Glossier's Haloscope, you'll be used to a slightly tackier consistency. These have an ever so slight amount of shimmer to them, giving that extra natural dewy glow. If you want, you could dust your typical powder highlight and lightly dab this in over the top for an ethereal glow. 

They have a total of 5 scents // notes of each pot listed accordingly
- No. 1 Lisa: Rosé Champagne, Fresh Tea Rose, Strawberry Leaves
- No. 21 Olivia: Mint Julep, Super Fine Sugar
- No. 29 Dorine: Neroli & Lemon Leaves, Brown Sugar
- No. 43 Pamela: Mediterranean Fig, Brown Sugar
- No. 72 Coco: White Coconut Cake, Vanilla Accord, Powder Sugar

Now these pots are quite pricey at $42 USD a pop. They do offer complimentary shipping for orders in the US over $75 using code 'FRESH75' and for the rest of the world (International orders) over $125 using code 'WORLD25'. You can find an entire list of countries they ship to here. If you're interested in trying them out, purchase with confidence as the brand stands behind their products. They do offer returns for a full refund within 14 days from the date of delivery + return shipping reimbursement for damaged/defective goods. (At this time they do not offer exchanges.)

I'm so thankful that blogging allows me to try new products that I otherwise wouldn't likely find otherwise. What are you favorite multi-purpose balms and would you give this one a try?

* Products mentioned have been sent to me for consideration, but all opinions remain my own. This post contains affiliate links.