There are others in the range, including caramel cream, vanilla macadamia and the plain original but it was the smell that really drew me to this scent. As you would expect from the cute pink packaging it has a light raspberry aroma to it, which to me smells just like raspberry yoghurt, yum! The tin holds a very generous 16.9g/19ml and because its a fairly large round it's nice and shallow so there's no annoying nail-in-butter situation which really grosses me out.
The butter is lovely and soft and actually buttery unlike some balms that call themselves butters. I find that buttery balms sink in a lot better because they really melt in to the lips. This is the case with the raspberry rose lip butter, it is really fast acting and leaves my lips feeling relieved and nourished. The swatch on my finger looks rather light and white in colour but it applies perfectly clear on the lips and doesn't make them look washed out.
Over all, I really like this lip butter; it gives the high level of hydration that you would expect from a Nivea product, has a yummy smell and taste, is generously sized yet still perfect for dropping into a handbag. It also has a pretty fab price tag at just £1.49 in Superdrug. I'll definitely be picking up the caramel scented one!
Have you tried any of the Nivea Lip Butters? What do you think of them? What flavour would you most like to try?