Rodo’s Balm Lip Balm Review

Wake up and re-energize yourself with the invigorating smell of freshly brewed vanilla coffee, drift away into a tropical beach with the scent of coconut, or reminisce on your childhood with our bubblegum balm.

Rodo’s Balm is established in the state where the weather is unpredictable, the people are friendly, and pride runs deep. San Antonio, Texas is the home of Rodo’s Balm. This company was founded by 18 year old Patrick Rodo with the intent of nothing more than starting a business and spreading a positive, healthy lifestyle.

My Review
I live in the northeast and the cold weather is killer on my skin and lips. I have to have lip balm on me at all times. I actually usually have at least 3 or 4 different ones in my purse at one time. I was approached to try and review Rodo’s Balm. I got all 4 flavors to try. Vanilla Coffee, Unscented Matte, Bubblegum and Tropical Coconut. These are divine. They go on smooth, they don’t dry up fast like some others and the flavors are so yummy. I like the bubblegum and the vanilla coffee and my 7 year old loves the coconut. My husband works on an open dock for a trucking company and he uses the unscented matte one and is very happy with it. He goes through a lot of lip balms so when he finds one he likes he sticks with it.

You can order Rodo’s HERE. They well worth the price and then some. I give Rodo’s a 5/5 🙂

  1. No pics of your lips and using stock pics? Not like you Momma Zuna. The flavors sound icky to me. What's wrong with a nice invigorating mint? I know you like it, but I wouldn't try it. Too cheesy.

  2. I'm so tired of seeing the same flavors when it comes to lip balm. Is it really that difficult to come up with something new and exciting? I could probably buy the same tube of lip balm at wal-mart with the exact same ingredients, same flavors, and it would be half the price.

    Until I see something new and exciting from these companies, I will just stick to my strawberry carmex. >.<

    Good review, Jen!

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