DavidsTea is the place for any tea-lover. Besides their huge collection of teas, they have so many tea accessories, they have tea-infused candies and chocolates, and now... lip balms.
They brought out a range of "Tea-Infused Cosmetics" which include lip balms and hand creams that are infused with and named after their own bestselling teas. The lip balms I got are Mighty Aphrodite, Honeycrisp Apple, and Forever Nuts (which is one of my favourite autumn teas).
I'm pretty picky about the consistency of lip balms. If it's too waxy then it's no bueno. These DavidsTea lip butters are actually quite thin in consistency and they moisturize reasonably. I say that because these are what I would call a "summer lip balm". If your lips are really chapped, and it's winter, then these are not the balm I would reach for. When applied over already-rough lips, it simply doesn't feel like it's absorbing and doing much good. It's strange because when you look at the ingredients, it seems like a nice list full of nourishing ingredients such as coconut oil, cocoa butter, and sweet almond oil.
If your lips are relatively smooth, and in need of some light moisture, then these work perfectly fine.
Another thing to note is that these lip butters definitely have a taste. I can taste the tea, but I would suggest to avoid the Mighty Aphrodite one. It's a little too much taste for a lip balm, and not in a yummy-cake-sort-of-way, but a floral-perfumey way.
These lip balms are cruelty free.
If you're looking for something to help with your really dry and chapped lips then unfortunately these are not going to help. Like I said, these are more of a summer lip balm, or a balm for those with already relatively smooth lips. I would recommend these DavidsTea lip butters if you're a tea-lover and want to get a light lip balm, or if you happen to live somewhere with a kinder climate. It's not a bad product, but it won't help those of you with really chapped lips or those living in very cold weather (i.e. me lol).