If you're obsessed with Balm Dotcom, you'll know that the newbie joins Original, Birthday, Rose, Cherry, Mint, and Coconut in the range, which has already earned a cult following for its thick, moisture-sealing ointment texture (a less sexy way of saying "universal skin salve," as the Glossier team calls it). The formula is more than a lip balm: You can also dab a dollop onto the dry skin of your elbows, and cuticles and use it to smooth down frizzy bits, too — if you're so inclined to smell like a mango tree all over.
Like the existing Rose and Cherry Balm Dotcom varieties, Mango has a semi-sheer tint: a soft coral-y peach, like the colour of an actual mango. It's no Vinylic Lip, but the colour payoff is best described as your-lips-but-better, with a naturally flushed, glazed sheen.
It's what you'd want your lips to look like after biting into a very juicy mango on a steamy Saturday afternoon in July — except this is much more glamorous and a lot less sticky than the real thing.