Glossier Birthday Balm Dotcom Review

My 80 Day reward for the 100 Days Of Productivity was £10. I decided to put this £10 towards Glossier’s Balm Dotcom as I’d heard lots of great things about it and the brand itself from other bloggers! The balm itself cost £10 from glossier.com, and I was able to use someone’s code to get either 10 or 20% off (result!) and then I paid for the shipping as well, which is free if you spend over £25. I didn’t! I also got a free sample of the Milky Jelly Cleanser, that I’d also sparked an interest in but couldn’t afford. Here’s what I think:

Glossier Balm Dotcom in ‘Birthday’

Balm Dotcom is a Universal Skin Salve, or essentially a lip balm! I know what you’re thinking, ‘Birthday’ isn’t a flavour. That is true but the balm is meant to replicate the taste/scent of a vanilla birthday cake. And I gotta say, it smells SO GOOD! I don’t really know what I was expecting it to smell/taste like but it’s actually AMAZING and way better than I could’ve imagined. It’s a kind of sweet vanilla-y smell, I can’t really describe it. They remind me of the ‘Birthday Cake’ Oreos I had in America in terms of smell. That’s the closest smell I can relate it to. I’m honestly not just saying good things for the sake of it this balm is really fantastic!

It comes in a 15ml tube so you have to squirt a little onto your finger and rub it gently onto your lips. There’s a very subtle shimmer which I quite like and I think that it’s another representation of the ‘Birthday’ theme. It makes your lips feel so soft and it lasts for quite a while! You also don’t need a lot of it to put on your lips! The packaging in my opinion is a solid 10/10! It’s so pretty.

Conclusion

Overall I think this may have become my new favourite lip balm. I know I’ve raved A LOT about the EOS ones, and they’re still really good, but this one tops them all! £10 sounds a lot, but it’s worth every penny I think and I would definitely recommend it to anyone! I would definitely buy this again. You can also get other flavours. There’s Original which is fragrance-free and untinted, Rose which has a subtle pink tint, Red which has a red tint (duhh), Mint which is untinted but has a cooling mint ‘flavour’, Coconut which is also untinted with a coconut ‘flavour’ and Birthday which is untinted but has a shimmer. I went for the Birthday ‘flavour’ because I was most intrigued by it and it’s also the one I’ve heard most about.

MY RATING: 5/5 Stars (YASSSSSSSSS)

Milky Jelly Cleanser

Whilst I’m here I thought I’d do a ‘first impressions’ of the Milky Jelly Cleanser. It is a conditioning face wash so you have to put it on your face and then wash it off. Not like a moisturiser where you just put it on and rub it in. You can use it like a moisturiser though, and also to remove makeup. I had a pretty small sample so I can’t really say much. I tried it out though and my face felt soooooo soft afterwards! When I have enough money I think I’ll definitely be buying the ‘full’ version of it! It costs £15 from glossier.com and it comes in a 177ml bottle with a pump.

Interested?

If you’re interested in any of these, you can get them from glossier.com . Click HERE to receive 10% off your first order. (DISCLAIMER: I will receive free store credit from this link). The best thing about Glossier is that is is Cruelty Free! Here’s the links to the two items mentioned in this post.

Balm Dotcom Link

Milky Jelly Cleanser Link

I hope you enjoyed my review, and maybe now you’ll try out this product!

Thanks for reading- Happy Shopping!

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