These vibrant Lip Juicers are the newest trend in lip hydration — and they're only $10

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Lip balm is pretty much a 24/7, 365 essential. No matter the season or the temperature, our lips still get dry and chapped throughout the day, requiring the application of some kind of lip hydrator to remedy the dryness. While some people opt for Vaseline — which is primarily a petroleum jelly product — its ingredients tend to only temporarily moisturize the lips, so something more substantial and targeted in its purpose is usually needed for the job.

With tons of vibrant and trendy lip balms hitting the market — from eos to Laneige — it can be a chore to find one that fits your fancy in style and function, but the latest addition to the trendy lip balm scene, The Body Shop's Lip Juicers, seems to have shoppers' stamp of approval.

The Body Shop Lip Juicers

Available in five distinct fruit-scented combinations (kiwi, kale and watermelon; coconut, passionfruit and carrot; raspberry, beetroot and ginger; acai, blueberry and dragon fruit; and strawberry, pomegranate and aloe), these blends are made of naturally derived extracts that, according to the product description, which help them to easily glide onto the lips.

These Lip Juicers are also 100 percent vegetarian and are made of community trade shea butter, marula oil and organic olive oil for optimal longtime hydration.

Shoppers have also highlighted that, in addition to their moisturizing effects, most of these lip balms produce a subtle tint on lighter-pigmented lips.

"I absolutely love this lip balm it is sleek, feels like your [sic] wearing nothing and has a light tint and great fragrance. Love it!!!!" one reviewer wrote, with another admitting, "I never thought it will be such a bomb product. I ordered [the] pink one that was of passion fruit, coconut etc. My lips got so soft and smooth. I'll definitely recommend this product to everyone."

Don't miss out on the latest trend in lip care. Shop these vibrant Lip Juicers above!

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